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Deliverables

The EOSC delivery chain

D 2.4 The EOSC delivery chain: This deliverable will look at EOSC from the perspective of the delivery chain and identify the different actors that belong to the EOSC chain and map their roles and responsibilities.

Programmatic access and resource provisioning of services

D 3.4 Programmatic access and resource provisioning of services: This deliverable will report on the development of a programmatic access and resource provisioning interface for connecting services to a central catalogue.

Initial report on Nordic repositories and their FAIR practices

D 4.1 Initial report on Nordic repositories and their FAIR practices: This report will provide an overview of data repositories in the region, including updated details on their supported features relevant to FAIR practices and calculated FAIR metrics to quantify each repositories support for F, A, I and R. The report will provide an overview of the state of FAIR in the Nordics at an early point in time of the project.

First report on mapping of EOSC prospective service providers and candidate services

D 3.2 First report on mapping of EOSC prospective service providers and candidate services: This deliverable will provide a list of EOSC prospective service providers and candidate services coming from the Nordic and Baltic countries. Candidate services will be described in this deliverable according to the EOSC agreed template and assessed against the compliance checklist and maturity model developed in D3.1.

Cross borders computing through portals

D 5.2 Cross borders computing through portals: This deliverable will present a list of API modules designed to support submission of computations from community specific portals to a variety of scheduling systems. The modules will be applied to achieve the integration between the Galaxy and the PlutoF portals with the different schedulers present in the Nordic HPC clusters.

EOSC Service compliance checklist and maturity model

D 3.1 EOSC Service compliance checklist and maturity model: This deliverable will present the service compliance checklist and the capacity maturity model that will be used to guide prospective service providers for complying with EOSC requirements. The checklist and maturity model will be a live document that will be updated according to EOSC developments.

Service interoperability framework

D 3.3 Service interoperability framework: This deliverable will provide a set of observations about service interoperability across services providers. In addition, it will present a selected set of recommendations to be taken into account in further development of the EOSC Interoperability Framework. Organisational, semantic, technical and legal (leveraging work from WP2) will be in scope.

Open Science policies and resource provisioning in the Nordic and Baltic countries (second report)

D 2.5 Open Science policies and resource provisioning in the Nordic and Baltic countries (second report): This deliverable will provide an updated assessment of the status of open science policies and the provisioning of infrastructure resources and services in the Nordic and Baltic countries. It will provide an interim report on the adoption of EOSC perspective within the national policies, following recommendations set in D2.1 and update the roadmap

Cross border collaboration models – the Nordic experience

D 2.2 Cross border collaboration models – the Nordic experience: This task will review the past experience of organising cross-border collaboration and access to resources and draw up lessons which can be reused in EOSC. Governance, resource sharing, coordination & harmonisation of policies, as well as cross-border funding will be in scope. The deliverable will assess the past developments against the anticipated EOSC model and provide national initiatives involved in the project an initial set of recommendations as how to further develop cross-collaboration in light of EOSC developments

Open Science in the Nordics: legal insights

D 2.3 Open Science in the Nordics: Legal insights This deliverable will assess the legal frameworks in the Nordic and Baltic countries with regard to the implementation of EOSC standards and policies. The sharing and safe processing of both open and “restricted” data from across borders will be in scope

Open science policies and resource provisioning in the Nordic and Baltic countries (first report)

D 2.1 Open science policies and resource provisioning in the Nordic and Baltic countries (first report): This deliverable will provide a first assessment of the status of open science policies and the provisioning of infrastructure resources and services in the Nordic and Baltic countries. The report will identify gaps with regards to EOSC practices and propose a set of recommendations and a roadmap for aligning with EOSC.

Discovery and re-use of Nordic community specific data in EOSC

D 5.1 Discovery and re-use of Nordic community specific data in EOSC: This deliverable will present the receipt for harvesting metadata from Nordic repositories to EOSC metadata catalogue (B2FIND). Preliminary work on how to adopt the recipe to expose viking-age repositories will be reported, together with a list of candidate repositories to be harvested in the EOSC.

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Publications

The Taxon Hypothesis Paradigm—On the Unambiguous Detection and Communication of Taxa

Author(s): Urmas Kõljalg, Henrik R. Nilsson, Dmitry Schigel, Leho Tedersoo, Karl-Henrik Larsson, Tom W. May, Andy F. S. Taylor, Thomas Stjernegaard Jeppesen, Tobias Guldberg Frøslev, Björn D. Lindahl, Kadri Põldmaa, Irja Saar, Ave Suija, Anton Savchenko, Iryna Yatsiuk, Kristjan Adojaan, Filipp Ivanov, Timo Piirmann, Raivo Pöhönen, Allan Zirk, Kessy Abarenkov
Published in: Microorganisms, Issue 8/12, 2020, Page(s) 1910, ISSN 2076-2607
DOI: 10.3390/microorganisms8121910

An open-source, citizen science and machine learning approach to analyse subsea movies

Author(s): Victor Anton, Jannes Germishuys, Per Bergström, Mats Lindegarth, Matthias Obst
Published in: Biodiversity Data Journal, Issue 9, 2021, ISSN 1314-2828
DOI: 10.3897/bdj.9.e60548