[CODATA-international] Cost of Data Wrangling
Joachim.Wackerow at gesis.org
Fri Dec 11 03:39:40 EST 2020
This might be the study: Cost of not having FAIR research data<https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/d375368c-1a0a-11e9-8d04-01aa75ed71a1/language-en> (written by PWC – PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the big consulting companies).
See the section “Integration of the data“ on page 13. There is also mentioned the importance of metadata standards like DataCite, DCAT-AP, Dublin Core, DDI, and SDMX in the section “Creation and collection of the data” on page 19.
There are related Policy Recommendations<https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/d3766478-1a09-11e9-8d04-01aa75ed71a1>.
From: CODATA-international <codata-international-bounces at lists.codata.org> On Behalf Of Ernie Boyko
Sent: Freitag, 11. Dezember 2020 05:58
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Subject: [CODATA-international] Cost of Data Wrangling
A study conducted for the EU? is often quoted as being the source of a statement along the lines of
* 80% of effort in data intensive research is used on data wrangling; conservative estimate of 10.2 Bn Euro.
Can anyone on this list point me to this study?
Many thanks in advance. I am trying to make the case for the benefits of developing a career stream for data wranglers/data stewards.
“Data is the new oil.” — Clive Humby
“Data really powers everything that we do.” – Jeff Weiner
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