[Esip-preserve] REQUEST - Data sets for workshop on dynamic data at the Winter meeting
Kerstin Lehnert via Esip-preserve
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Wed Oct 8 09:06:03 EDT 2014
I am happy to provide datasets from IEDA which range from shipboard sensor
data to analytical sample-based data. For example, distributed datasets
generated on the same sample or core can be a good example.
Dr. Kerstin Lehnert
Director, Integrated Earth Data Applications
President, IGSN e.V.
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Palisades, NY, 10964
From: Denise Hills via Esip-preserve <esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org>
Reply-To: Denise Hills <dhills at gsa.state.al.us>
Date: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 08:53 AM
To: Mark Parsons <parsom3 at rpi.edu>, Sarah Ramdeen <ramdeen at email.unc.edu>
Cc: ESIP Preserve List <esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org>
Subject: Re: [Esip-preserve] REQUEST - Data sets for workshop on dynamic
data at the Winter meeting
One thing that strikes me. I know much of our previous work has been focused
on NOAA and NASA datasets, but I think that we can engage a much larger
community if we begin to look at more datasets in the geosciences BEYOND
traditional remote sensing. I've spoken with some colleagues who feel that
ESIP (and other data preservation efforts within the geosciences) doesn't
"speak" to them because they don't deal with remote sensing.
I'll think about this some more, and see if I can come up with some ideas.
There's some rolling around in the back of my head but I haven't had enough
coffee yet to articulate them!
On Oct 7, 2014, at 5:58 PM, Parsons, Mark via Esip-preserve
<esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
> Thanks Sarah.
> I don¹t manage data anymore so I can¹t offer specific case studies, but I will
> suggest things that would be useful (and doable).
> - We need to consider a data set that comes form many sources, like CTD casts
> from multiple ocean cruises. Or Met obs from many stations. Jeff DlB? Matt M?
> - We need a basic remote sensing data set with continually changing algorithms
> and versions. Ruth? Curt?
> - We need something where different parts of the data set are held in
> different places. Sky? Jeff?
> On Oct 7, 2014, at 11:32 AM, Ramdeen, Sarah via Esip-preserve
> <esip-preserve at lists.esipfed.org> wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> Ruth and I are working on arranging a dynamic data workshop for the Winter
>> ESIP meeting. It will be discussed during this month¹s telecom (date in
>> flux), and in advance of the call we would like to ask for your help. We are
>> looking for input on two things. First we are looking for 3 data sets to use
>> for the workshop, and second, we are looking for feedback as to what you
>> would like out of the workshop.
>> The ESIP workshop will be customized to the community needs, so please review
>> the materials below and either reply to the list with comments or attend the
>> call to take part in the discussion.
>> To help you think about these issues, below are a few resources. The minutes
>> from last month¹s call where we discussed the workshop, the program from the
>> previous workshop in London, and two white papers from the workshop leads.
>> Last month¹s telecom minutes for a discussion about the workshop
>> Example of previous workshop
>> White papers as background:
>> Providing Concise Data Citations to Enable Reproducibility Across Different
>> eScience Disciplines
>> Scalable Data Citation in Dynamic, Large Databases: Model and Reference
>> Sarah Ramdeen PhD Student
>> School of Information and Library Science
>> University of North Carolina
>> ramdeen at email.unc.edu <mailto:ramdeen at email.unc.edu>
>> http://ramdeen.web.unc.edu/ <http://ramdeen.web.unc.edu/>
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