Authors: Mareike Petersen*, Julia Pim Reis*, Sabine von Mering*, Falko Glöckler** Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Germany Introduction As an initiative formed by public research institutions, DiSSCo is committed to Open Science. We believe that Open Science not only makes the scientific work more transparent and accessible but also enables a whole new set of collaborativeContinue reading “The DiSSCo Knowledgebase”
Bringing in disparate and heterogeneous datasets on institutions, people, collections and specimens, ELViS will provide a service that handles various stages of the research data life cycle.
We name the architecture we’re going to use for DiSSCo as “Digital Specimen Architecture”, or “DSArch” for short. It has three fundamental components to it: Digital Object Architecture (DOA) as its core basis Built-in support for the FAIR Guiding Principles Evolutionary with Protected Characteristics Here we explain why each component has been chosen and broughtContinue reading “Fundamentals of Digital Specimen Architecture”