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Good practices for FAIR data management - an interview with Kasper Meijer

‘The seafloor from a trait perspective. A comprehensive life history dataset of soft sediment macrozoobenthos’
12 March 2024
Published dataset in Springer Nature's Scientific Data
Published dataset in Springer Nature's Scientific Data

Part of open science is that researchers make their data FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. But how to do this? In this series of the Open Science Blog, we ask researchers to tell us more about their data management choices.

In this edition, we highlight the data publication ‘The seafloor from a trait perspective. A comprehensive life history dataset of soft sediment macrozoobenthos’ that was published in Springer Nature’s Scientific Data.

Kasper Meijer
Kasper Meijer

We asked co-author Kasper Meijer, PhD Candidate at the Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life Sciences (GELIFES) of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, a few questions.

Last modified:21 March 2024 3.39 p.m.

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