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FAIRmat
NOMAD Laboratory
NOMAD CoE

FAIRmat Hands-on Tutorial Series

TUTORIAL 4: NOMAD OASIS AND FAIR DATA COLLABORATION AND SHARING

Overview Talks

May 11, 15:00 CEST
Claudia Draxl: From Research Islands and Data Silos to a Powerful Data Infrastructure

May 11, 15:45-18:00 CEST
Markus Scheidgen: Adapting NOMAD Oasis to Your Research, slides

Hands-on Tutorial

May 12, 10:00-12:00 and 16:00-18:00 CEST
Markus Scheidgen: Installing NOMAD, adding parsers, customizing data schemas, creating ELNs


Description

FAIRmat further develops NOMAD from a central publishing service to a federated data management platform. The NOMAD Oasis is part of this. Institutes, universities, and research groups use NOMAD Oasis as a local repository to manage their research data. Each method is different and requires ways of data acquisition, different data formats, different analysis tools, but FAIR-ness requires that all data is well described with rich specific metadata.

In this tutorial, we focus on how to get started with NOMAD Oasis and adapt it to your research. One the first day, two talks will introduce you the general FAIRmat strategy and its "bottom-up" approach to manage heterogenous but FAIR data. On the second day, we will give the practical, step-by-step guides to get started with an Oasis: How you can install NOMAD Oasis, create example data, add schemas, and create ELNs.


Videos and Exercises

Here are the slides used during the NOMAD Oasis talk and hands-on demonstration. We used NOMAD v1.1.0 in the tutorial. These are the links to the documentation and the used NOMAD version.

The recorded Zoom sessions can be found on our YouTube page