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The FAIR Funder pilot programme to make it easy for funders to require and for grantees to produce FAIR Data
Wittenburg, Peter ; Sustkova, Hana Pergl ; Montesanti, Annalisa ; Bloemers, Margreet ; Waard, S.H. de; Musen, Mark A. ; Graybeal, John ; Hettne, Kristina M. ; Jacobsen, Annika ; Pergl, Robert ; Hooft, Rob W.W. ; Staiger, Christine ; Gelder, Celia W.G. van; Knijnenburg, Sebastiaan L. ; Arkel, A.C. van; Meerman, Bert ; Wilkinson, Mark D. ; Sansone, S.A. ; Rocca-Serra, Philippe ; McQuilton, Peter ; Gonzalez-Beltran, Alejandra N. ; Aben, G.J.C. ; Henning, P. ; Menezes Alencar, Maria Simone de; Ribeiro, C. ; Silva, C.R.L. ; Sayao, Luis ; Sales, Luana ; Veiga, Viviane ; Lima, Jefferson ; Dib, Simone ; Xavier dos Santos, Paula dos; Murtinho, R. ; Tendel, Jakob ; Schaap, B.F. ; Brouwer, P.M. ; Gavai, A.K. ; Bouzembrak, Yamine ; Marvin, Hans J.P. ; Mons, Albert ; Kuhn, Tobias ; Gambardella, A.A. ; Miranda Azevedo, Ricardo de; Muhonen, Vesa ; Naald, Mira van der; Smit, N.W. ; Buys, M.J. ; Bruin, Taco F. de; Schoots, Fieke ; Goodson, H.J.E. ; Rzepa, Henry S. ; Jeffery, Keith G. ; Shanahan, Hugh P. ; Axton, M. ; Tkachenko, Veniamin ; Deslattes Maya, Anne ; Meyers, Natalie ; Conlon, Michael ; Haak, Laurel L. ; Schultes, Erik - \ 2019
arXiv - 13 p.
There is a growing acknowledgement in the scientific community of the importance of making experimental data machine findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR). Recognizing that high quality metadata are essential to make datasets FAIR, members of the GO FAIR Initiative and the Research Data Alliance (RDA) have initiated a series of workshops to encourage the creation of Metadata for Machines (M4M), enabling any self-identified stakeholder to define and promote the reuse of standardized, comprehensive machine-actionable metadata. The funders of scientific research recognize that they have an important role to play in ensuring that experimental results are FAIR, and that high quality metadata and careful planning for FAIR data stewardship are central to these goals. We describe the outcome of a recent M4M workshop that has led to a pilot programme involving two national science funders, the Health Research Board of Ireland (HRB) and the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMW). These funding organizations will explore new technologies to define at the time that a request for proposals is issued the minimal set of machine-actionable metadata that they would like investigators to use to annotate their datasets, to enable investigators to create such metadata to help make their data FAIR, and to develop data-stewardship plans that ensure that experimental data will be managed appropriately abiding by the FAIR principles. The FAIR Funders design envisions a data-management workflow having seven essential stages, where solution providers are openly invited to participate. The initial pilot programme will launch using existing computer-based tools of those who attended the M4M Workshop.
Addendum: The FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship
Wilkinson, Mark D. ; Dumontier, Michel ; Aalbersberg, Ijsbrand Jan ; Appleton, Gabrielle ; Axton, Myles ; Baak, Arie ; Blomberg, Niklas ; Boiten, Jan Willem ; Silva Santos, Luiz Bonino Da; Bourne, Philip E. ; Bouwman, Jildau ; Brookes, Anthony J. ; Clark, Tim ; Crosas, Mercè ; Dillo, Ingrid ; Dumon, Olivier ; Edmunds, Scott ; Evelo, Chris T. ; Finkers, Richard ; Gonzalez-Beltran, Alejandra ; Gray, Alasdair J.G. ; Groth, Paul ; Goble, Carole ; Grethe, Jeffrey S. ; Heringa, Jaap ; Hoen, Peter A.C. 't; Hooft, Rob ; Kuhn, Tobias ; Kok, Ruben ; Kok, Joost ; Lusher, Scott J. ; Martone, Maryann E. ; Mons, Albert ; Packer, Abel L. ; Persson, Bengt ; Rocca-Serra, Philippe ; Roos, Marco ; Schaik, Rene van; Sansone, Susanna Assunta ; Schultes, Erik ; Sengstag, Thierry ; Slater, Ted ; Strawn, George ; Swertz, Morris A. ; Thompson, Mark ; Lei, Johan van der; Mulligen, Erik van; Velterop, Jan ; Waagmeester, Andra ; Wittenburg, Peter ; Wolstencroft, Katherine ; Zhao, Jun ; Mons, Barend - \ 2019
Scientific Data 6 (2019). - ISSN 2052-4463

The FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship : Comment
Wilkinson, Mark D. ; Dumontier, Michel ; Aalbersberg, Ijsbrand Jan ; Appleton, Gabrielle ; Axton, Myles ; Baak, Arie ; Blomberg, Niklas ; Boiten, Jan Willem ; Silva Santos, Luiz Bonino Da; Bourne, Philip E. ; Bouwman, Jildau ; Brookes, Anthony J. ; Clark, Tim ; Crosas, Mercè ; Dillo, Ingrid ; Dumon, Olivier ; Edmunds, Scott ; Evelo, Chris T. ; Finkers, Richard ; Gonzalez-Beltran, Alejandra ; Gray, Alasdair J.G. ; Groth, Paul ; Goble, Carole ; Grethe, Jeffrey S. ; Heringa, Jaap ; Hoen, Peter A.C. 't; Hooft, Rob ; Kuhn, Tobias ; Kok, Ruben ; Kok, Joost ; Lusher, Scott J. ; Martone, Maryann E. ; Mons, Albert ; Packer, Abel L. ; Persson, Bengt ; Rocca-Serra, Philippe ; Roos, Marco ; Schaik, Rene van; Sansone, Susanna Assunta ; Schultes, Erik ; Sengstag, Thierry ; Slater, Ted ; Strawn, George ; Swertz, Morris A. ; Thompson, Mark ; Lei, Johan van der; Mulligen, Erik van; Velterop, Jan ; Waagmeester, Andra ; Wittenburg, Peter ; Wolstencroft, Katherine ; Zhao, Jun ; Mons, Barend - \ 2016
Scientific Data 3 (2016). - ISSN 2052-4463

There is an urgent need to improve the infrastructure supporting the reuse of scholarly data. A diverse set of stakeholders-representing academia, industry, funding agencies, and scholarly publishers-have come together to design and jointly endorse a concise and measureable set of principles that we refer to as the FAIR Data Principles. The intent is that these may act as a guideline for those wishing to enhance the reusability of their data holdings. Distinct from peer initiatives that focus on the human scholar, the FAIR Principles put specific emphasis on enhancing the ability of machines to automatically find and use the data, in addition to supporting its reuse by individuals. This Comment is the first formal publication of the FAIR Principles, and includes the rationale behind them, and some exemplar implementations in the community.

Phylogeography of the land snail Albinaria hippolyti (Pulmonata: Clausiliidae) from Crete, inferred from ITS-1 sequences
Schilthuizen, M. ; Gutteling, E.W. ; Moorsel, C.H.M. van; Welter-Schultes, F.W. ; Haase, M. ; Gittenberger, E. - \ 2004
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 83 (2004)3. - ISSN 0024-4066 - p. 317 - 326.
aegean islands - ribosomal dna - gastropoda - evolution - alignment
The polytypic Cretan land snail Albinaria hippolyti has a range that is partly fragmented and partly subdivided by hybrid zones. For this reason, it has served as a model species for investigating speciation and radiation in Mediterranean Clausiliidae. The first internal transcribed spacer (ITS-1) of the nuclear ribosomal DNA was sequenced in 20 populations of A. hippolyti and phylogenetically analysed using maximum parsimony. We employed a novel method involving logarithmic weighting of gaps and topological constraints based on bootstrap values. The resulting phylogeography suggests that the species has undergone a recent cycle of range expansion and range reduction. Speciation cannot be linked to major geological vicariance events in the Miocene and Pliocene, as has been suggested previously. The subspecies A. h. arthuriana appears unrelated to other A. hippolyti subspecies, which supports recent suggestions, based on morphology, to regard it as a separate species. (C) 2004 The Linnean Society of London.
A revision of the genus Allium L. (Liliaceae) in Africa
Wilde-Duyfjes, B.E.E. de - \ 1976
Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen. Promotor(en): H.C.D. de Wit. - Wageningen : Veenman - 239
alliaceae - allium - afrika - alliaceae - allium - africa - cum laude

The present revision deals with the morphology, taxonomy, and geography of Allium, indigenous or cultivated, on the continent of Africa. Many data on ecology, anatomy, and other botanical disciplines, either compiled from the herbarium labels, from observations in the field or in the garden, or from literature, are added.
All species are amply illustrated, often in much and varied detail.
For Africa the full synonymy is given, as well as type-specimens, a full description, distribution, and notes on various other aspects of the taxa.
The arrangement of the species is not alphabetically, but according to the recognized sections, and hence to a certain degree systematically. Thus, besides the key to the species and the descriptions, the illustrations will strongly facilitate the identification of a specimen.
The Alliums of Africa are largely confined to the northern, mainly Mediterranean region; one species, A. dregeanum, presumably indigenous there, is recognized for southern Africa.
In total 27 wild species are accepted for Africa; in addition four of the more commonly cultivated species are treated, together 31 species. Several species are subdivided into subspecies. Contrary to previous authors the African species have been amply compared with, or studied in conjunction with related or identical species from the nearby Mediterranean areas in southern Europe and the Near East, which forced me ultimately to accept a rather wide species-concept, often leading to extensive synonymy, including many names formerly proposed for Europe.
In this revision no new names are proposed; only A. subhirsutum L. ssp. sub-villosum (SCHULTES) DUYFJES, A. subhirsutum L. ssp. spathaceum (A. RICHARD) DUYFJES, A.sphaerocephalum L. ssp. durandoi (BATTANDIER et TRABUT) DUYFJES, and A.sphaerocephalum L. ssp. curtum (BOISSIER et GAILLARDOT) DUYFJES are proposed under a new status or combination.
The 31 African species are subdivided into 6 sections. These are defined as far as the African species are concerned, but the accepted sections are used in the sense of previous authors working on Allium outside Africa, e.g. STEARN, WENDELBO, and others. It appeared that a final subdivision into sections should await an overall treatment of this large genus of 500-600 species, which is mainly and almost exclusively distributed on the whole northern hemisphere.
Short introductory essays deal with various general aspects, such as morphology, seedlings, anatomy, palynology, caryology.
All citations to authors refer to an extensive separate bibliography.
The work concludes with an index accounting for supposedly all names, specific and infraspecific, for Africa, with in addition many names of related species or synonyms from adjacent areas, mainly Europe.
A separate article on the typification of Linnean Allium species likely to occur in Africa, is added to the thesis.

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