Im Rahmen des Projekts "Research Data Repository" (RADAR) wurde am 23. Juni 2015 auf dem zweiten Projekt-Workshop der aktuelle Stand des Testsystems, das zur Archivierung und Publikation von Forschungsdaten genutzt werden kann, vorgestellt. Außerdem wurden weitere Anforderungen an das System und allgemeine Fragen des Forschungsdatenmanagements mit den Workshop-Teilnehmern diskutiert.
The aim of the RADAR - Research Data Repository - project is to set up and establish a data infrastructure that facilitates research data management, which is currently lacking in many scientific disciplines. Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the project contributes to an improved availability, sustainable preservation and publishability of research data. The target groups are researchers, libraries, publishers and open access platforms which lack access to an infrastructure to archive and publish their data. RADAR is planned as a discipline-agnostic repo ... mehrsitory, with the possibility to make discipline-specific adjustments for specialized research communities. On June 23rd 2015 the first RADAR prototype was presented and discussed with relevant stakeholders from various scientific disciplines and academic publishers. Focus points included discussions on the integration of RADAR services in academic research workflows, metadata standards,
and quality control for research data. Accordingly, further developments and adjustments will be made within the RADAR system with the start of the 3rd project period in summer 2015. This will include, amongst others, specific workflows for combined text and data publications in co-operation with scientific publishers.