A Comparison of Data FAIRness Evaluation Tools (.pdf)

« (…) In this paper, we aim to analyze the available online tools and checklists for data FAIRness evaluation and to provide tool comparison based on multiple features. Taking into account this analysis and tools advantages and disadvantages, we provide recommendations about the tools usage. A FAIRness practical evaluation is also conducted on seven data sets from different data repositories using the analysed tools. Findings show that there are no commonly accepted requirements evaluation of data FAIRness. The conclusions of this study could be used for further improvement of the FAIRness criteria design and making FAIR feasible in daily practice. (…) »

source > ceur-ws.org, 3234, Dejan Slamkov,, Venko Stojanov, Bojana Koteska, Anastas Mishev, Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop on Software Quality Analysis, Monitoring, Improvement, and Applications Novi Sad, Serbia, September 11-14, 2022