Realising the Promises of FAIR within Discipline-Specific Scholarly Practices Since their inception in 2014, the FAIR principles (findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability) have come a long way in serving the global need for generic guidelines for data management and stewardship. Addressing one of the grand challenges of scientific innovation, namely the need for infrastructure that supports the reuse of scholarly data, the FAIR principles have become increasingly influent...
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