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Publication . Project deliverable . Other literature type . 2018

FFDB Pilot Version 1

Lentin, Jamie; Rincón, Margarita M.; Ruiz, Javier;
Open Access
Published: 01 Jun 2018
Publisher: Zenodo
One of many products of the FarFish project is the FarFish Data Base (FFDB), which is intended to make the data collected within the various tasks within the FarFish project available for project partners in an operational way. The FFDB will be a repository for vide range of data and will allow for users to easily upload new data and make queries e.g. for input to visualisation- and decision support tools developed in other tasks in the project. The FFDB will be open access on the FarFish webpage and towards the end of the project the relevant datasets will be uploaded from FFDB to OpenAIRE; the data repository of the H2020 Open Research Data Pilot. A data input protocol for the FFDB (D6.1) was developed within the first four months of the FarFish project. The work on the development of the FFDB has continued since then and the core infrastructure for data collection and on-line visualisation tools is now live i.e. the FFDB pilot version 1 is available. This report presents the tools that have been built on this platform so far, which are now ready for the various work packages and case studies within the FarFish project to use. The report does as well include a discussion on the work ahead in developing the FFDB further, in particular what are the next directions for development in FFDB Pilot 2.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 727891.

Common Fishery Policy, Decision Support Network, Fisheries Partnership Agreement, Joint Scientific Committee, Framework Programme for Research and Development, Horizon 2020, Maximum Sustainable Yield, International Fishing Waters, High Seas

Funded by
EC| FarFish
Responsive Results-Based Management and capacity building for EU Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreement- and international waters
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 727891
  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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