Make research data optimally suited for reuse
The aim of open science is that researchers reuse other parties' research data and services where possible and make their own data available as far as possible.
To do so, the data must first be saved and outlined to facilitate the reuse and reproducibility of research.
In order to be able to store research data in this way, also when the research is being carried out, both the technical and policy framework conditions must be complied with. The expectation is that a large part of these framework conditions must be specific to each discipline. How other parties, such as publishers, can play a facilitating role here is still to be determined.