D7.1 First Data Management Plan [article]

Femmy Admiraal, Andrea Scharnhorst, Enrico Daga, Marilena Daquino, Elena Musumeci, Peter Kranenburg, Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann, Marco Gurrieri, Valentina Presutti, Marta Clementi, Albert Meroño Peñuela, Monica Turci (+3 others)
2021 Zenodo  
This first version of the Data Management Plan (DMP) follows in its core the template structure for an Open Research Data Pilot (ORDP) (section 3). The ORDP launched for all H2020 project has two functions: developing a DMP and providing open access to research data, this way to foster openness and re-use. Polifonia is a project operating between various humanities fields and content providers, relying on knowledge engineering and semantic web technologies as its primary mode of operation. From
more » ... the specific features of Polifonia, specific requirements1 for the Data Management follow. To address this specificity, we have extended the formal template of the DMP with two sections. Section 1, the introduction, summarises the specific approach of Polifonia in the creation of a knowledge graph which incorporates various aspects of musical heritage (introducing the Polifonia Pilots). Section 2 reflects how the DMP is used to coordinate the collaboration inside of Polifonia. As we show, the process towards the DMP complements other cross-Work package activities, such as working on the Roadmap towards the Polifonia Portal (WP1) and the activities of the Technical Board. The interdisciplinary character of Polifonia and its envisioned mode of working (as described in the Description of Actions) has influenced what we eventually choose to document in this first version of the DMP. The core of the deliverable is section 3, the ORDP, which zooms into the Pilots as primary sources for data, even though not all of them are organized around a specific set of data. In other words, this DMP version maps out the legacy from which Polifonia starts. In later iterations of the Data Management Plan the focus will be shifted to components inherently use and produced in Polifonia. How this shift will be accompanied by the next two iterations of the Data Management Planning we discuss in the conclusion.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6963584 fatcat:zg55gock5vbtho2xwob2snib2q