The Radieschen (Rahmenbedingungen einer disziplinübergreifenden Forschungsdateninfrastruktur, funded by DFG) project can be compared with the EUDAT project in so far as it tries to define the basis and roadmap for a future data infrastructure for the research domain in Germany. While EUDAT is already meant to come up with concrete services, Radieschen will make many interviews with experts from different stakeholders which will be analyzed in a few major dimensions with the goal to come up with a suggestion how the Collaborative Data Infrastructure can be realized in Germany with its federal organization structure.