Newsletter “Math and Data Quarterly”

How can mathematical research data be made FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable)? The first four issues of the MaRDI newsletter focus on these principles.

The MaRDI Newsletter “Math & Data Quarterly” offers news and insights into the realm of mathematical research data. The series on the FAIR principles is just completed with the fourth issue on Reusability. The series covers questions and topics such as how to find data, how to make your own digital maths objects findable and reusable, managing files between coauthors, and how to seamlessly hand a digital object from one researcher to another in order to advance science.

In each newsletter, an episode of the interview series "Data Dates" is published (i.e. the first one is a conversation with Cedric Villani), as well as news about the MaRDI universe and other NFDIs. The newsletter always closes with some reading recommendations on the topic, which also include videos, links to databases, or even comic collections.

Read the newsletter here, and subscribe here.

colored pencil drawing with symbolic illustration of the FAIR principles; written words "Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable"

Illustration by Constanza Rojas-Molina, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0