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This edition of Open Science Coffee was hosted by Jacques Flores, Martine de Vos and Felix Weijdema from Utrecht University Research Data Management (RDM) Support. The title of this session was 'How to make your data FAIR?' FAIR data principles are guiding principles on how to make data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. In this session, the principles are explained and translated into practical information for researchers. Background information and guidelines on FAIR data can be found [here][1]. Materials used/referred to in this session are listed below 1) [Panda video][2] 2) Pronk, T.E., 2019. The Time Efficiency Gain in Sharing and Reuse of Research Data. Data Science Journal, 18(1), p.10. DOI: 3) [Information on licenses][3] 4) [Tool][4] to select the right license for your work [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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