More FAIR Templates Using Semantics
The principles of FAIR metadata—Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability— are useful to understand metadata good practices. We made semantics a key technology in the CEDAR system, because semantics support all of the principles supporting FAIR metadata.
In this chapter we describe how the semantics in CEDAR make its templating resources more FAIR, and thereby make CEDAR metadata more FAIR. By understanding how CEDAR’s semantics contribute to FAIR metadata, you will learn how to make metadata based on your templates more findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable.
- Why Semantics Are Important [Pending]
- Defining Your Answers - Dynamic Lists [Pending]
- Selecting terms from ontologies (not free text!) [Pending]
- Creating lists in the metadata entry forms for users [Pending]
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