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14 Aug 2014
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NCIP Nanotechnology Working Group
Consensus Response to Data Readiness Levels
The individual DRL categories and the document itself are a useful starting point for a more extensive dialog across disciplines. Our questions and suggestions are offered in that context.
The NanoWG feedback is that the DRLs, in order to be truly useful in practice, either instead of or in addition to having a single aggregate DRL scale, they need to also be set up either in a matrix or a decision tree format so people can incorporate their purposes and perhaps their more specifically defined needs for detail in assessing how ready a dataset is for what they need.
DRLs and associated definitions, explanations will be most useful if they address:
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