Due to the use of nanomaterials in multiple fields of applied science and technology, there is a need for accelerated understanding of any potential implications of using these unique and promising materials. There is a multitude of research data that, if integrated, can be leveraged to drive toward a better understanding. Integration can be achieved by applying nanoinformatics concepts. The Nanomaterial Registry is using applied minimal information about nanomaterials to support a robust data curation process in order to promote integration across a diverse data set. This paper describes the evolution of the curation methodology used in the Nanomaterial Registry project as well as the current procedure that is used. Some of the lessons learned about curation of nanomaterial data are also discussed.
Integration of data: The Nanomaterial Registry project and data curation
Guzan, K., Mills, K., Gupta, V., Murry, D., Scheier, CN., Willis, DA., & Ostraat, M. (2013). Integration of data: The Nanomaterial Registry project and data curation. Computational Science & Discovery, 6(Article 014007). https://doi.org/10.1088/1749-4699/6/1/014007
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