The Subcommittee on Cheminformatics Data Standards (SCDS) will communicate within IUPAC the cheminformatics data standards needs of the chemical community with the objective of prioritizing and efficiently meeting those needs through the collaborative efforts of relevant IUPAC Divisions, IUPAC Committees, and external scientific organizations, such as NIST, CODATA, and the Research Data Alliance (RDA). SCDS will widely promote this work of IUPAC both internally within IUPAC and externally to the global chemical community through symposia, workshops, presentations at relevant conferences, and through articles in Chemistry International (CI) and other appropriate publications. To ensure broad communication, SCDS will make its reports available to all IUPAC Divisions and Committees as well as to its external collaborative partners.
*LINK to parent Committee on Publications and Cheminformatics Data Standards, CPCDS
29-30 Mar 2019 – FAIR Publishing Guidelines for Spectral Data and Chemical Structures
5-8 Nov 2018 – part of SciDataCon 2018, Data interoperability in chemistry, biology, and crystallography: Enabling multidisciplinary solutions to societal challenges
16-17 July 2018 – Supporting FAIR Exchange of Chemical Data Standards Development
16-18 August 2017 – Chemical Identifier
13 July 2017 – Research Data, Big Data, and Chemistry, a Special Symposium part of the IUPAC Congress in Sao Paulo, Brazil
14-15 July 2016 – Prioritizing Digital Data Challenges in Chemistry
DIGChem, the Data Interest Group/Chemistry
Meeting, 6 March 2017 (Web Conference) – PDF
Meeting, 9 February 2017 (Web Conference) – PDF
Meeting, 20 December 2016 (Web conference) – PDF
Inaugural Meeting, 25 October 2016 (Web conference) – PDF
Published in Chem Int April 2017 (pp. 6-9), “IUPAC Facilitating Chemistry Data Exchange in the Digital Era”, by Leah McEwen; https://doi.org/10.1515/ci-2017-0205
Chem Int July 2017 – a Special issue on Research Data, Big Data, and Chemistry prepared and released in advance of the special Symposium planned for Sao Paulo.