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The use of community-driven metadata standards, such as minimal information guidelines, terminologies, formats/models, is essential to ensure that data and other digital research outputs are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable, according to the FAIR principles. As with other types of digital assets, metadata standards also need be FAIR. Their discoverability and accessibility is ensured by BioSharing, the most comprehensive resource of metadata standards, interlinked to datadoi:10.1101/144147 fatcat:jhnsh6gknra5rmo7zcr6cgedta