NOMAD provided an efficient data sharing platform for materials science for a long time. As one of the flagship projects of the German National Research Data Infrastructure initiative, NFDI, the project FAIRmat has now the goal of extending the NOMAD platform and providing an integrated solution for FAIR data management also covering the needs of synthesis and experimental characterisation laboratories. Next to enabling local deployments in the laboratories and the option of their integration to the NOMAD data sharing network, the newly developed NOMAD OASIS also offers customisable electronic lab notebook, and data exploration, analysis and visualisation services. The later services require an allocated compute infrastructure and run containerised tools on it as cloud services made available in users’ browser.
Additionally, the early results of standardising and transforming metadata is also presented together with a few real life use cases.
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