Agricultural technologyevaluation:Trial metadatabaseand file repositoryhttp://agtrials.org/Glenn Hyman, Andy Farrow,Herlin...
Web interfaceRelational database
Trial sites and trials
Document fileson trial site
Upload soil information:• descriptions• soil maps• data
Weather during the trial
Photographs of the trial site
Authentication :• All users must register• User profiles and permissionsrestrict functionality and capacity toedit or down...
This form accepts codefrom Creative Commonsto establish IPR: click onthe hyperlink.Step 1: A window appearsthat explains h...
You specify who can access the data
If users have given permission for others todownload their files, they will have thatcapacity…….otherwise, any data or inf...
Summary: Intellectual Property Rights• Only registered and authenticatedusers can upload or download anydata• You establis...
Users can enter the traits or variablesmeasured in the trial here.Source: GCP’s www.cropontology.org
Integration with GCP Crop Ontology
Agtrials.org is growing: evaluation data
Related ongoing activities• Continued integration among IBP , Crop Ontology and otherGCP initiatives• Site Analogue tool f...
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GRM 2011: GIS for characterising research trial sites
GRM 2011: GIS for characterising research trial sites
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GRM 2011: GIS for characterising research trial sites

  1. 1. Agricultural technologyevaluation:Trial metadatabaseand file repositoryhttp://agtrials.org/Glenn Hyman, Andy Farrow,Herlin Espinoza, Ernesto Giron,Andy Jarvis, Jagath Kularatne (CIAT)2011 General Research MeetingHyderabad, India24 September 2011
  2. 2. Web interfaceRelational database
  3. 3. Trial sites and trials
  4. 4. Document fileson trial site
  5. 5. Upload soil information:• descriptions• soil maps• data
  6. 6. Weather during the trial
  7. 7. Photographs of the trial site
  8. 8. Authentication :• All users must register• User profiles and permissionsrestrict functionality and capacity toedit or download information• Facility to change password
  9. 9. This form accepts codefrom Creative Commonsto establish IPR: click onthe hyperlink.Step 1: A window appearsthat explains how toestablish IPR. Click onCreative Commons logoStep 2:AnswerquestionsStep 3: GeneratecodeData sharing and intellectual property rights protocol
  10. 10. You specify who can access the data
  11. 11. If users have given permission for others todownload their files, they will have thatcapacity…….otherwise, any data or informationabout trials entered into the site will only beavailable as metadata (data about the trials, butnot the raw data).
  12. 12. Summary: Intellectual Property Rights• Only registered and authenticatedusers can upload or download anydata• You establish the type of license touse the data, which can only bedownloaded if user agrees to license• You specify who can download• You control your data
  13. 13. Users can enter the traits or variablesmeasured in the trial here.Source: GCP’s www.cropontology.org
  14. 14. Integration with GCP Crop Ontology
  15. 15. Agtrials.org is growing: evaluation data
  16. 16. Related ongoing activities• Continued integration among IBP , Crop Ontology and otherGCP initiatives• Site Analogue tool for climate similarity• Development of a generic methodology for G x E analysis tounderstand varietal response through genotype byenvironment.• Application of methods to case studies, using the data atwww.agtrials.org• Collaboration with crop modeling initiatives AgMIPS and GlobalFutures, including modeled trials.• Development of a community of data analysts looking atvarietal response (blog in Agtrials.org)• Exploring collaboration with selected groups of on-goingprograms and initiatives
  17. 17. Thank you for your attentionQ&A

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