[Esip-discovery] Impact of Discovery services
Hua, Hook (388C)
hook.hua at jpl.nasa.gov
Wed Mar 9 12:41:22 EST 2011
Some of the intent behind assessing improvements due to Discovery services was from our recent discussions in the ESDSWG and ESIP telecons on knowing what's being implement in the community and how it has eased the data discovery and access process.
One example could be what GSFC and JPL did by connecting GES DISC Mirador's variable drill-down OpenSearch client capability with the WSNEWS OpenSearch services. For JPL, it expanded the capability of drilling into the data records. For GSFC, it broadened the available data records it is searching on. A more quantifiable interpretation of improvement would be to see if more data and/or users are being served after deploying Discovery services/clients.
Another similar example is the OpenSearch link between GES DISC and ECHO.
It would be interesting to see the improvements due to DataCasting and ServiceCasting.
From: "Lynnes, Christopher S. (GSFC-6102)" <christopher.s.lynnes at nasa.gov>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2011 04:58:01 -0800
To: Hook Hua <hook.hua at jpl.nasa.gov>
Cc: <esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org>
Subject: Re: [Esip-discovery] Impact of Discovery services
On Mar 8, 2011, at 2:50 PM, Hua, Hook (388C) wrote:
> It would be useful to eventually get an assessment of the impact of
> Discovery services to the community. More specifically, to be able to answer
> these two questions:
> (1) Where Discovery services have been implemented and deployed?
Also, we should distinguish between server and client implementations. Here at GES DISC, we have implemented:
(1) server - Mirador
(2) client - Mirador cross-data center search
(3) client - Giovanni
(4) client - Simple Subset Wizard
> (2) Have there been any improvements to data and service discovery/access?
Not sure what to put for this--can you provide an example or two?
> We could get a good start on (1). Some wiki pages were setup with listings
> of Discovery services and clients. Some people have already begun submitting
> entries. But we want to invite more to submit your deployed or
> in-development Discovery services/clients. These are not meant as an
> official registry, but rather meant to give ourselves a better understanding
> of who has or is implementing what.
> Esip-discovery mailing list
> Esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org
Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Center, NASA/GSFC
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