[Esip-discovery] Proposed AGU session (deadline April 19)

Mcgibbney, Lewis J (398M) Lewis.J.Mcgibbney at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Apr 11 19:05:18 EDT 2017

Certainly, I’m also keen to be involved. I’ve proposed a few sessions already for on semantic technologies and also ESIP Testbed so I will definitely be around @ESIP.

Dr. Lewis John McGibbney Ph.D., B.Sc.
Data Scientist II
Computer Science for Data Intensive Applications Group 398M
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On 4/11/17, 3:25 PM, "Armstrong, Edward M (398G)" <Edward.M.Armstrong at jpl.nasa.gov> wrote:

    I think you hit all the points. I was going to add the discovery via
    science articles but you got that. Maybe add discovery via social media
    too. I¹d like to be co convener,
    [Added Lewis to the cc list ]
    On 4/11/17, 1:46 PM, "Esip-discovery on behalf of Lynnes, Christopher S.
    (GSFC-5860) via Esip-discovery" <esip-discovery-bounces at lists.esipfed.org
    on behalf of esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
    >I¹d like to propose the following session.  Please let me know if you
    >want to co-convene, and if you have any suggestions for modifying the
    >session abstract:
    >Alternate Pathways for Discovery of Earth Science Research Data
    >For research data to be of practical use in broader applications and
    >communities, it must be discoverable in a way that makes sense to those
    >communities. Common commercial search engines treat datasets like, and
    >with, documents and web pages, often with counterintuitive results.
    >However, there is more than one way to guide a prospective data user who
    >is looking to reuse research data.  For example, discovery pathways may
    >also begin from the perspective of the physical phenomena in question;
    >from science research articles describing or using the data; from
    >narratives in which the data feature; or from data visualizations.  This
    >session will look at the variety of entry points for finding research
    >Christopher Lynnes   NASA/GSFC    301-614-5185
    >""The future is already here ‹ it's just not very evenly distributed." -
    >Wm. Gibson
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    >Esip-discovery at lists.esipfed.org

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