Making Data Deeply FAIR through Lightweight Standards, the KnetMiner and ELIXIR Cases

This is an update about the AgriSchemas project (mostly), which I gave today to the ELIXIR Plant Science community.

Despite we are busy with many other tasks at KnetMiner, we have done quite a deal of work with representing knowledge graphs using what I call "lightweight schemas", that is BioSchemas,, Dublin Core and the like.

Slower than I wished, we’ve been using these standards to model a number of use cases about plants and related domains, and we have been collecting them, as well as proposals for extensions, under the AgriSchemas project.

In doing so, collaborating with communities like ELIXIR has been invaluable.

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