Data Stewardship Wizard is a very flexible tool allowing you to create knowledge models and document templates related to domains other than data stewardship and DMPs. It can easily be shaped into any expert system that an organisation or community needs. There are already such use cases beyond data management plans realised in practice, and we expect more to be coming over time.
In ELIXIR, significant work is being done on software management planning. We are currently collaborating on shaping DSW into SMW (Software Management Wizard). The Software development best practices for Life Sciences group is working on the content side, more specifically a knowledge model and integration, and we are providing our expertise to push SMW into production-ready status.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, DSW became part of VODAN-in-a-Box proof-of-concept solution to address FAIR data capture of patient data. A knowledge model based on the WHO COVID-19 Case Report Form has been designed and linked to a semantic model supported by an OWL ontology. The ontology served in a document template for transforming the forms into RDF format to enable machine-actionability. The solution allows users to submit a report form in RDF into a dedicated triple store which can be used for (distributed) SPARQL queries and further analysis.
FIP Wizard allows one to compose so-called FAIR Implementation Profiles that capture community choices of FAIR-enabling resources, i.e., how a community implements FAIR. The FIP structure is encoded as a knowledge model. Moreover, a document template is created to export FIPs in machine-actionable nanopublications (RDF-based). Finally, it is possible to send such a nanopublication directly to a distributed network of nanopublication services using a submission service.