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22
March
2018

Don't miss the Data Discovery Paradigms session today!

by Siri Jodha Khalsa

Dear Colleagues, We wish to remind you that the Data Discovery Paradigms IG session is scheduled for today, 13:30-15:00 CET in Room A01 at the Berlin Congress Center. We also have remote participation as an option, which is detailed on the session webpage: https://www.rd-alliance.org/data-discovery-paradigms-ig-rda-11th-plenary... The agenda, and meeting notes are here:
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25
January
2018

Methods for auto-generating structured metadata

by Siri Jodha Khalsa

Hello DDPIG Members, The Metadata Enhancement Task Force, a sub-committee of the Research Data Alliance Data Discovery Paradigms Interest Group, is investigating methods for auto-generating structured metadata. Enhancing the metadata records associated with research data improves search and supports automation services such as data processing workflows.
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20
December
2017

RE: [datadiscovery] Re: [datadiscovery] The RDA Data Discovery interest Group:...

by Jennie Larkin

That is something that NOAA has implemented (and found it to be startlingly effective), with their oceanic and climate data. Jeff DLB could tell you if what they did is actually relevant to this topic and whether there might be someone at NOAA interested in this proposed task force. jennie - Show quoted text -From: sjskhalsa [mailto:***@***.***] Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2017 10:22 AM To: Dewaard, Anita (ELS-HBE) <***@***.***>; Pete McQuilton
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19
December
2017

Re: [datadiscovery] The RDA Data Discovery interest Group: Looking back and...

by Peter McQuilton

Hi all, Thanks SiriJodha for the Earthcube link, the documentation looks very comprehensive. I'd like to add another link if I may, for the bioschemas initiative (http://bioschemas.org), which aims to improve data interoperability in the life sciences, through schema.org and 'bioschema' extensions, where necessary. Cheers, Pete FAIRsharing.org
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12
December
2017

RE: [datadiscovery] The RDA Data Discovery interest Group: Looking back and...

by Fotis Psomopoulos

Dear Kerstin, Thank you very much for your interest and enthusiasm; indeed, discussing granularity and domain-specific / cross-domain issues is an important aspect of Data Discovery and a great concept for a Task Force. Would you be interested in leading such a Task Force? If so, what would be your general plan of action (i.e. the particular objectives and expected outcomes) for the TF? Regards, Fotis
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01
December
2017

The RDA Data Discovery interest Group: Looking back and looking ahead

by Anita de Waard

Greetings, members of the Data Discovery Paradigms Interest Group! We want to make sure we get this message out to you as the end of 2017 comes into view, to let you know of the developments we’ve been working on, as well as new opportunities for 2018. In particular, we are interested in your thoughts on forming and joining a new set of Task Forces (see point 3), before the end of the year. But first, here’s what we’ve been up to! 1. Meetings. 1. RDA P10:
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03
November
2017

Re: [datadiscovery] UTC 8pm, Tuesday 2 Nov.: A kickoff discussion with Dr....

by Siri Jodha Khalsa

Dear Ming, Thanks so much for recording and posting the presentation. Helping repositories make their datasets more discoverable and useful has been a primary goal of the DDPIG since its inception, and use of schema.org markup is mentioned in Recommendation 9 of our Best Practices for Data Repositories: "Make records easily indexed and searchable by major web search engines". I interpreted Natasha's suggestion regarding the focus a new DDPIG group that it should work with the schema.org community on
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26
October
2017

Re: [datadiscovery] UTC 8pm, Tuesday 2 Nov.: A kickoff discussion with Dr....

by Mingfang Wu

Hi Jennie, Please go ahead to share the meeting ID with your colleagues. To All: Sorry, I didn't make it clear about the meeting agenda in my last email. Here it is: * Natasha: Data search at Google and Google's guideline for data repositories (~15-20 mins) * All: Q&A and group discussion (~30 mins) * All: Discussion of starting a new task force within the RDA Data Discovery Paradigm IG (~10 mins) Regards, Ming
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26
October
2017

UTC 8pm, Tuesday 2 Nov.: A kickoff discussion with Dr. Natasha Noy from Google on making data discoverable by web search engines

by Mingfang Wu

Dear All, I am glad to inform you that Dr. Natasha Noy from Research at Google has accepted our invitation to introduce us the effort Google has put into data discovery and Google's guidelines for data repositories to make data more easily discoverable by web search engines. You may recall that our Best Practices Task Force has drafted a white paper
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04
September
2017

Reminder: Relevancy Ranking TF meeting: 5 Sept. at 11am UTC

by Mingfang Wu

Dear All, The next relevancy ranking TF meeting is on 5th Sept. at 11am UTC. We sent a survey to collect information about current practices of data repositories in setting up data search services. As of on 1st Sept., we got 114 responses, 20 out of 114 are incomplete ones. A preliminary summary of 94 complete responses is available here . More analyses on possible correlations will be discussed. Regards, Ming ------------------------------- Here is the information for joining the meeting.
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