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Full name:FAIR-IMPACT / RO-Crate for content/metadata discovery and consumption
Start date:2023.09.12.
End date:2023.12.15.
  • Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), the Netherlands
  • Digital Curation Centre (DCC), University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Software Sustainability Institute, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • IT Center for Science (CSC), Finland
  • INRAE, France
  • DeiC (Danish e-infrastructure Consortium), Denmark
  • Trust-IT Services, Italy
  • COMMpla, Italy
  • INRIA, France
  • SURF, the Netherlands
  • Universität Bremen, Germany
  • Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  • CNRS, France
  • Observatoire de Paris, France
  • Aix-Marseille Université, France
  • DataCite, Germany
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • e-Science Data Factory, France
  • CESSDA, Norway
  • UK Data Service, UK
  • Sikt (Norwegian Agency for Shared Services in Education and Research), Norway
  • LifeWatch ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium)
  • National Research Council of Italy, Italy
  • UKRI Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK
  • RDA, Research Data Alliance
  • UEFISCDI, with Ministry of Education, Romania
  • CODATA, France
  • University of Manchester, UK
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The project is delivered in the framework of the FAIR-IMPACT EU project (GA 101057344), supported by its 1st Open Call Route 2 programme.

The aim of the project is to integrate RO-Crate support into the Dataverse repository system as a component of the Hungarian National Data Repository initiative, known as the ARP project. The ARP initiative is devoted to furnishing Hungarian researchers with a comprehensive and adaptable data repository service, capable of accommodating all research disciplines practiced in Hungary.

Our undertaking focuses on enhancing metadata schema capabilities, which includes offering a user-friendly metadata schema authoring and registry tool, leveraging the CEDAR system. Furthermore, we aim to enrich the description of datasets by employing the RO-Crate format.

Under Support Offer #2, our objective is to expand the Dataverse functionalities to encompass RO-Crate import and export. This will utilize the metadata schemas, also known as metadata blocks, available in a Dataverse installation.

Based on the implemented RO-Crate support in Dataverse we later plan to introduce an RO-Crate authoring component, based on the Describo Crate Builder, to augment the ARP system's capabilities.