PROVIDING GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS: WP3 DELIVERABLES AVAILABLE

Jun 2, 2021

 

NIVA updated some of the guidelines and recommendations. The following deliverables from WP3 are now available on www.niva4cap.eu/deliverables:

 

D3.1 Common glossary (M3, M12)

This glossary aims to provide definitions and descriptions for the terms used in the NIVA project and deserving explanations. It is expected to be used as support by the readers of any other NIVA document (deliverable, article …).  For instance, the glossary is the place where to find the meaning of the often-used acronyms or where to get a reminder of the project partners, Work Packages and Use Cases.

Several versions of the glossary are provided during the project time: M3 (month 3 of the project), M12 (month 12). Interested readers are invited to consult the most recent one.

 

D3.3 Common guidelines for software development (M4, M12, M24)

This deliverable provide generic recommendations about good quality coding and some more specific recommendations aiming to ensure that the NIVA tools may be easily adaptable in all European countries.

This document targets mainly the NIVA developing teams but the generic recommendations may be of interest for anyone involved in software development. Several versions of the guidelines for software development are provided during the project time: M4 (month 4 of the project), M12 (month 12), M24 (month 24). Interested readers are invited to consult the most recent one.

 

D3.4 Recommendation for IACS data flows (M18)

This deliverable provides an overview and recommendations about the technical standards (formats, services, metadata …) that should be used by Paying Agencies to exchange IACs data and by NIVA developers when designing their tools. This document targets mainly the Paying Agencies; it may be of interest also for the current or potential users of IACS data.

 

D3.7 Guidelines to cope with legal issues (M18)

One of the objectives of the NIVA project is to widen the use of IACS data. This deliverable provides a state-of-play of European regulations dealing with data sharing or with data protection and some general advices to encourage more data sharing, while respecting current laws. This document targets mainly the Paying Agencies; it may be of interest also for the current or potential users of IACS data.