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15
February
2019

Brief notes from Feb. 14 meeting, RDA Schemas for Research Data TF

by Mingfang Wu

Dear members of RDA datadiscovery and esip-semanticweb groups: A few of us joined today's meeting call. Here is brief notes
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14
February
2019

RE: Schema.org extension for (geo)sciences

by Simon Cox

Ø we have also found the need for defining more cross-cutting types such as LabProtocol and Sample You might also take a look at the W3C Semantic Sensor Network ontology - https://www.w3.org/TR/vocab-ssn/ which has classes for `Procedure` and `Sample` (continuant) as well as `Sampling` (occurrent) https://www.w3.org/TR/vocab-ssn/#SOSAProcedure https://www.w3.org/TR/vocab-ssn/#SOSASample
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13
February
2019

Re: Schema.org extension for (geo)sciences

by Lewis McGibbney

Hi Alasdair, Thanks for connecting the dots. I’m glad we are coming together on this. From the ESIP Semantic Technologies side, this was our intention for this coming 6 months. I want to state that Adam Shepherd and Doug Fils have spearheaded the science-on-schema.org work through their hard work. It is looking great but needs to be reviewed by a wide community. Some more responses inline… The science-on-schema.org documentation is really nice, and very easy to follow.
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13
February
2019

Re: Schema.org extension for (geo)sciences

by Alasdair Gray

Dear Lewis, All (I’ve added the Bioschemas and RDA data discovery public mailing lists in CC) The science-on-schema.org documentation is really nice, and very easy to follow. https://github.com/ESIPFed/science-on-schema.org I see that your emphasis is on providing documentation on how to use schema.org to markup scientific datasets. Are you aware of the RDA datadiscovery working group?
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13
February
2019

Re: Schema.org extension for (geo)sciences

by Alasdair Gray

Dear Lewis, All (I’ve added the Bioschemas and RDA data discovery public mailing lists in CC) The science-on-schema.org documentation is really nice, and very easy to follow. https://github.com/ESIPFed/science-on-schema.org I see that your emphasis is on providing documentation on how to use schema.org to markup scientific datasets. Are you aware of the RDA datadiscovery working group?
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12
February
2019

Feb. 14 meeting of RDA Schemas for Research Data TF

by Mingfang Wu

Dear RDA datadiscovery and esip-semanticweb members: There is a proposed virtual meeting on Feb. 14, 7pm (to 8pm) UTC (11am PT/1pm CST/2pm EST/6am AEDT, 15 Feb.) for the Schemas Task Force. Please see information below for how to call in. Draft agenda: 1. Discuss, finalise this survey instrument 2. Discuss RDA BoF session on Schemas 3. WG case statement (template
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11
February
2019

Registration Now Open for RDA Plenary 13 in Philadelphia

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

Register today for RDA Plenary 13 (P13), to be held from 2-4 April 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Loews Hotel. Early bird pricing is available only until 2 March 2019.     Register today at https://www.rd-alliance.org/registration-now-open-rda-plenary-13-philadelphia.  
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04
February
2019

Excellent Review

by Mark Parsons

Hello Discoverers, I think you may find this article useful. It is an excellent lit review and theoretical analysis of user behaviors involved in seeking and evaluating observational data by Kathleen Gregory at DANS with others. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11755/650418a9-39f3-4487-b4fb-f087a867fe1b cheers, -m. 
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30
January
2019

Moving on with publishing schema.org as JSON-LD for the sciences

by Lewis McGibbney

Hi datadiscovery@ and esip-semanticweb@ mailing lists, Over on the ESIP side a number of community members have been making progress on the development of a geosci.schema.org extension to schema.org which is intended to adequately describe both science Data Repositories and Datasets. This grew out of the P418 NSF EarthCube project [0] and is now being developed at [1].
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24
January
2019

Data Discovery Paradigms IG: Reports from Task Forces and Way Ahead - P13 Session accepted

by Sara Pittonet Gaiarin

Dear Working/Interest Group members, Congratulations! Your session application - Data Discovery Paradigms IG: Reports from Task Forces and Way Ahead - has been approved and will appear in the RDA Plenary 13 Programme. Please consider this your official notification of acceptance.
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