Active Data Management Plans BoF

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07 Jul 2014

Active Data Management Plans BoF

Description / Abstract / Agenda: 

Active Data Management Plans 1

Date & Time: BREAKOUT3 Monday 22 Sept 2014, 15.30 – 17.00

 

Please comment on the draft agenda below - this will cover both sessions.


Active Data Management Plans 2

Date & Time: BREAKOUT4 Tuesday 23 Sept 2014, 11.30 – 13.00


This session will provide a unique opportunity to bring together work which has been on-going over the past few months.

In particular it will allow the European members, many of whom will have been involved with EINFRA-1 bids, some of which will certainly involve data management plans, to expose their thinking to each other and to the non-European participants.

On the basis of these discussions a finalised Case Statement can be produced.

Groups audience: 
Active Data Management Plans IG
Chairs: 
David Giaretta
Estimate of the required room capacity: 
25
  • David Giaretta's picture

    Author: David Giaretta

    Date: 15 Sep, 2014

    ADMP Draft Agenda

    1. Round table of ADMP related activities
      1. European may wish to describe relevant recent bids
    2. Opportunities for collaboration
      1. Discussion of Straw-man

     

     

     

    TIMEà

     

     

     

     

    Proposal stage

    Implementation stage

    Handover stage

    Preserve usability and adding value

     

    Data

    Rough ideas

    Increasingly detailed

    Complete

    Appraise

    COMPONENTS

    Metadata

    Rough ideas

    Increasingly detailed

    Complete

    Have we got enough/right type?

    Continue

    Add more for targeted communities

    Rights

    Fairly firm

    Very detailed

    Complete

    Too restrictive?

    Continue

    Distrib.

    Fairly firm

    Increasingly detailed

    Complete

    “right” Persistent Identifiers?

    Continue

    Add linkages

    Archive

    Initial ideas

    Initial ideas

    Decided

    Where? What Cost

    Continue

    (Adding) value

    Initial ideas

    More detailed

    Much more detailed

    Review process

    How, for whom

     

     

     

     

     

     

    HELPERS

    PEOPLE/ SKILLS NEEDED

    Research

    Research

    Organisations facilitators

    Data scientist

    Data scientist, Data curator,

    Multi-disciplinary  scientists, Marketing experts

    Techn. Needed

     

    Integrated tools to capture metadata needed for usability and authenticity

    Brokerage service

    Shared repository service

    Registry of Representation Information, Information Management, Secure storage, Annotation, Cross domain query, Quick look, Automated usage, Compute, Citation

    FUNCTIONALITY

    Monitoring

    Paper based evaluation that guidelines are followed

    Automated check on use of data descriptions

    Semi-automated checks by approved repositories

    Check usability by Designated Community, Audit repositories,  Automated reporting of usage, Financial accounting,  Evaluations by users

    Dis-incentives

    None

    Desire to keep data for own use

    Requires effort to prepare. Others may benefit. Lack of credit

    Undefined costs, Difficult to identify target communities

    Incentives

    Mandated by funders

    Mandated by funders

    Build reputation

    Mandated by funders

    Data as a first class publications

    Mandated by funders

    Reputational advantage

     

    1. Revised straw-man:
      1. Requirements
      2. Phases of ADMP over time
      3. Components which could help
      4. Workflow involved
      5. Encodings needed for ADMP
    2. Development of WG case
      1. Relationship to other RDA groups
      2. Possible collaborators
    3. Plans for future work

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