Posted on: 11 May 2023 purlPURL: https://gxy.io/GTN:N00052
As part of the BY-COVID project, the RO-Crate team and BY-COVID members have brought several RO-Crate related tutorials into the Galaxy Training Network, under a brand new Findable Accessible Interoperable Reusable (FAIR) topic!
What are RO-Crates?
RO-Crate is a community effort to establish a lightweight approach to packaging research data with their metadata. It is based on schema.org annotations in JSON-LD, and aims to make best-practice in formal metadata description accessible and practical for use in a wider variety of situations, from an individual researcher working with a folder of data, to large data-intensive computational research environments.
These are the way to package up your research in a well annotated and FAIR manner.
What’s new for you?
As part of this collaboration we bring you several new tutorials:
- “Workflow Run RO-Crate Introduction”, an introduction to RO-Crate profiles to represent workflow executions.
- “RO-Crate in Python”, create your own RO-Crate from scratch! Find out what data is involved and what is possible with the format.
- “Exporting Workflow Run RO-Crates from Galaxy”, how do to export crates from Galaxy easily?
- “Best practices for workflows in GitHub repositories”, and what to do with them after.
- “Submitting workflows to LifeMonitor”, automation makes life easier!
These tutorials are meant to help you learn how to use and create RO-Crates in your own work.
Where can I learn more?
I want more FAIR Training!
While the addition of the RO-Crates tutorials marks the creation of a new Galaxy Training Network topic, FAIR training, it currently only has tutorials focused on Research Objects and specifically the workflow profile. But watch this space! More tutorials are coming soon.
These individuals or organisations provided funding support for the development of this resource