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# User Stories To adequately prepare the NFDI4Objects Proposal members of our community were asked to give statements what they would need for their work. We've gathered their stories in the following categories: | | | |---:|:--| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Researchers of various disciplines][1]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Anthropologists and Archaeologists][2]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Non-academic Data Users][3]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Provenance Researchers][4]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Experimental Scientists][5]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Data Curators][6]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Department Heads][7]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Project Managers][8]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Research Software Engineers][9]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Conservation Scientists][10]| |![Icon]( =15%x)|[User Stories of Field Researchers][16]| You will find all ***User Stories*** compiled as a table in the project's OSF storage, [as a csv file][11], [as a pdf][12] and [as an xlsx file][13]. ---------- ## Do you want to add your story? You can contribute your user story by leaving a comment. Simply use the comment function at the top right of the menu bar (highlighted in red in the image below). @[osf](z8xu4) ---------- # Credits User Stories have been collected by the NFDI4Objects Community in Spring and Summer 2020. They had been reviewed, redacted and compiled by Henrike Backhaus, Chris Keller, Louise Rokohl, Sophie Schmidt and Florian Thiery. Icons used on this of page by from the [Noun Project][17] under [CC BY 3.0][15]. --------- [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]: [13]: [14]: [15]: [16]: [17]:
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