A trustworthy repository is one that provides reliable long-term access to managed digital resources. A trusted digital repository stores, manages, and curates digital resources.
FAIR principles are a set of guiding principles that defines the properties of data and metadata - a repository should promote FAIR data. FAIR stands for:
TRUST describes the characteristics of data repositories that are responsible for storing data over a long period of time. The TRUST characteristics are:
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