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NFDI4 Microbiota
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Edited by Konrad Förstner, Barbara Götz
NFDI4 Microbiota is a consortium of 10 partners which was established as part of the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI). It aims at democratizing access to microbiota data and high-end computational analyses. This will be achieved by building a seamless workflow from data collection to digital preservation, and guiding researchers through this workflow. An important part of this is to raise awareness about Open Science, the FAIR data principles and good scientific practice, as well as to equip microbiology researchers with knowledge and skills regarding these topics so that they can adequately handle their data and software. Within this collection, the consortium will publish documents about and related to their work for an open documentation of the progress and the work of the consortium.

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