FAIR - Interoperable

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Well formatted data that uses discipline conventions and vocabularies, for both the data itself and the metadata used to describe it

Using common non proprietary data formats

Use common data formats for both metadata and data, avoid using proprietary formats as they won't be available for everyone. What is common depends also on your specific scientific community, in climate a widely used formats is NeTCDF, this is assumed by discipline software repository, groups who develop conventions and standards. also matlab files are also common but as being a proprietary format and a non self -describing one it should be avoided. www

Using discipline related Conventions

 

Using discipline related Vocabularies

 

Reference quality data, metadata, code