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Aim

This proposal outlines the requirements, and possible approaches for development of a freely available Open FAIR analysis tool. Such a tool would address requirements from students and trainers to have easy, unrestricted access to an analysis tool with which to conduct rudimentary risk analysis using the Open FAIR methodology. We see the existence of such a tool as a necessary on-ramp for those just starting out in risk analysis, or in using Open FAIR. Such a tool would be analogous to the Archi tool for ArchiMate modeling.

This is the primary aim, but there may be secondary benefits and uses as well.

Overview

The idea is to design, deploy, and make publicly available a basic Open FAIR analysis tool. Currently classroom trainings are limited in terms of their ability to have students run actual analysis on specific risk scenarios.

The key overall requirements identified at this stage are:

● Public - accessible to everybody
● Online - web accessible
● Open Source - non-proprietary formats, frameworks and licenses
● Vendor neutral
● Ability to capture inputs for Open FAIR analysis per O-RT and O-RA
● Ability to produce simple outputs/reports for Open FAIR analysis per O-RT and O-RA
● Open questions: should this be created as an Excel template/plug-in? And should it include MonteCarlo analysis, or not? 
 
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