STARDIT

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Standardised Data on Initiatives (STARDIT) is a standardised way to share information about who was involved in an initiative, what was done, what was learned and any impacts which occurred.[1][2]

It is designed to be flexible, so it can be easily adapted to be useful across all disciplines, including health, environment, basic science, policy and international development. STARDIT reports will be shared open access (in the public domain), using machine readable linked-data.[1]

Fill in a STARDIT form


Example items
Name Human-readable Machine-readable PDF of report DOI of resulting publication
ASPREE-XT STARDIT/Q98539361 Q98539361 AdditionalFile5 10.21203/rs.3.rs-54058/v1
Rare condition genomics STARDIT/Q100403236 Q100403236 AdditionalFile2 10.21203/rs.3.rs-62242/v1
what is a systematic review STARDIT/Q101116128 Q101116128 - 10.15347/WJM/2020.005

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Nunn, Jack; Shafee, Thomas; Chang, Steven; Stephens, Richard; Elliott, Jim; Oliver, Sandy; John, Denny; Smith, Maureen et al. (2019-09-20), Standardised Data on Initiatives - STARDIT: Alpha Version, , https://osf.io/5q47h, retrieved 2020-10-21
  2. Nunn, Jack; Shafee, Thomas; Chang, Steven; Stephens, Richard; Elliott, Jim; Oliver, Sandy; John, Denny; Smith, Maureen et al. (2021-02-10), Standardised Data on Initiatives - STARDIT: Beta Version, , https://osf.io/w5xj6, retrieved 2021-04-29

See also