A great way to share research data is to upload it to a repository, but how do we ensure that uploaded data doesn't have issues? Frictionless Data and Dryad join forces to revamp the upload page for the Dryad application, now including the Frictionless validation functionality to check for data quality.
This blog post describes a Frictionless Data Pilot with the Biological and Chemical Oceanography Data Management Office (BCO-DMO). Pilot projects are part of the Frictionless Data for Reproducible Research project. Written by the BCO-DMO team members Adam Shepherd, Amber York, Danie Kinkade, and development by Conrad Schloer.
Investigating the applicability of the goodtables library to facilitate data validation in the field of Life and Biomedical Sciences and make a case for the reusability of data shared with eLife as additional or supporting files.