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    TERN data sharing at TRY workshop TERN data sharing at TRY workshop Presentation Transcript

    • TERN  Data  Management  and   Data  Access  Policy   Presenta8on  by  Siddeswara  Guru   TERN  Data  Integra8on  and  Synthesis  Coordinator   Siddeswara  Guru,  Stuart  Phinn,  Tim  Clancy,  Andy  Lowe,  Brad  Evans,  Alison  Bradshaw,  Bek   Christensen,  Suzanne  Long  ,  TERN  Facility  Directors  and  Data  Managers.  
    • What  is  TERN         •  Na8onal  Infrastructure  for  collec8ng,  storing  and  sharing  data  sets  and   knowledge  of  Australian  terrestrial  ecosystems.   •  Builds  on  past  and  current  data  collec8on  ac8vi8es  by  all  level  of   government,  non-­‐government  and  research  organisa8ons.      
    • Key  outcome   provide   a   shared   and   collabora8ve   research   infrastructure   to   address   Australia’s   cri8cal   ecosystem  science  and  management  challenges.   •  Enable  more  coordina8on  and  collabora8on   •  Provide  physical  and  data  infrastructure   •  Build  a  community  
    • •  Collabora'on  and  co-­‐ordina'on:  Ecosystem  science   research  cycle(s)         Eciencyga easedeectiv Storage,! preservation and! discoverability ! of data Data analysis,! integration and ! synthesis r Ecosystem Science Data + meta-data,! licensing Research output:! new data and ! publications! Enables large scale and coordinated data collection, sharing and multiple re-uses! Enhanced ability to revise, question and expand knowledge! Knowledge gap: research questions! Proposal and planning! Data collection, verification, quality assurance and control!
    • Australian  terrestrial  ecosystem  source  data   (Databases,  repositories,  data  files,  images,  shapefiles)     Map  layers   (WMS)    Feature  Data   (WFS)   NetCDF   (THREDDS)    Seman8c  web   enabled  (ÆKOS)     ISO  19115   (Geonetwork)     TERN  DOI   Min8ng   service   OAI-­‐PMH  Harvester   TERN  Data   Catalogue  Portal     Search  API   External   Processes   HTTP   Portal(s)   HTML5,  OpenLayers,  JavaScript,   CSS   Service  Interfaces,  Metadata  Interchange  services,  Transforma8on  services,  Business  logic         Data  Management  Tool(s)  (Morpho,  SHaRED,  ANZMET  Lite)   Analysis  and   Synthesis   RIF-­‐CS   JSON   File  server   Field  Data   Collec8ons   EML   (Metacat)    
    • TERN  data  licensing  policy     •  The  least-­‐restric*ve  licence/terms  possible  are  to  be   applied  to  all  data  made  available  through  TERN.   •  Data  generated  through  TERN  funding  (“TERN  data”)   will  be  made  freely  and  openly  available  by  the  relevant   Facility,  noCng  that:   v  Users  will  be  required  to  aGribute  the  source  of  the  data;  and   v  JusCfiable  condiCons  protecCng  sensiCviCes  of  data  will  be   allowed.    
    • TERN  data  licensing  policy   •  Third  party/exisCng  data  (“non-­‐TERN  data”)  provided   to/through  TERN  will  be  made  freely  and  openly   accessible  through  the  relevant  Facility,  noCng  that:   v  Users  will  be  required  to  aGribute  the  source  of  the  data;  and   v  Other  jusCfiable  condi*ons  of  use  (including  data  sensi*vi*es)  will  be   determined  by  the  data  custodian  in  negoCaCon  with  the  relevant  Facility,   subject  to  the  data  being  made  available  under  the  least  restricCve   licence/terms  possible.   •  TERN  recommends  a  range  of  preferred  data  end  user   licences  to  achieve  TERN’s  data  access  goals.    
    • TERN  data  licensing  policy   •  Key  Stakeholders   •  Data  providers   •  TERN  Facili8es   •  Data  users   •  TERN   •  Adherence     •  Data  source  organisa8on  policy  and  procedures   •  Facility  host  organisa8on  policy  and  procedures   •  TERN  data  licensing  policy   •  Challenge   •  To  idenCfy  whether  copyright  subsist  with  the  data.   •  IdenCfy  appropriate  license  
    • TERN  Data  license  Suite   Covering  all  licensed  materials  including  materials  not   subjected  to  copyright   •  TERN  Aribu8on  Licence  (TERN-­‐BY)     •  TERN  Aribu8on-­‐No  Deriva8ve  Licence  (TERN-­‐BY-­‐ND)     •  TERN  Aribu8on-­‐share  Alike  Licence  (TERN-­‐BY-­‐SA)   •  TERN  Aribu8on-­‐share  Alike-­‐non  commercial  (TERN-­‐BY-­‐SA-­‐NC)   •  Other  licenses   •  Crea8ve  Commons  Australia  open  source  licenses  for  copyright  materials  
    • Data   TERN-­‐funded  data   Non-­‐TERN  data   Must  be  free  and  open   Nego8a8on/partnership   with    Facility/Data   Custodian   Facility/Data  Custodian   determine/nego8ate   terms  of  access   Free  and  open   access?   Sufficiently  free?  If  data   copyrightable   with   restric8ons   If  data   copyrightable   and  no   restric8ons   STOP   Not  free  enough?   Choose  licence   Appropriate   TERN  licence   If  data   copyrightable   uncertain  +/-­‐   restric8ons   Altera8ve,   Policy-­‐ consistent   licence   Appropriate   CC  licence  
    • TERN’s  impact  on  research  data  sharing  –  helping  change     •  Domain  specific  data  management   •  Data  and  meta-­‐entry  tools   •  Meta-­‐data  standards   •  Open  standards  for  data  delivery   •  Flexible  licensing  policy   •  Links  to  na8onal  research  data  catalog   •  Ability  to  provide  citable  data  (with  DOIs)   •  Work  under  progress   •  Scalable  and  replicable  infrastructure  
    • TERN’s  impact  on  ecosystem  science  and  management   •  Standardised  data  collec8on  methodologies   •  New  con8nental  scale  data  products   •  Reduce  duplica8on  across  jurisdic8ons   •  Improve  knowledge  for  science  to  management   •  Promote  collabora8on  and  re-­‐use  of  data   •  higher  return  of  investment  for  funding  agencies    
    • eMAST  product   The  ecosystem  Produc'on  in  Space  and  Time  (ePiSaT)  project  is  supported  by  the  Australian  Na'onal   Data  Service  (ANDS).  ANDS  is  supported  by  the  Australian  Government  through  the  Na'onal   Collabora've  Research  Infrastructure  Strategy  Program  and  the  Educa'on  Investment  Fund  (EIF)  Super   Science  Ini'a've.  
    • Interna'onal  Partners     The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If TERN  is  supported  by  the  Australian  Government  through   the  Na8onal  Collabora8ve  Research  Infrastructure  Strategy   and  the  Super  Science  Ini8a8ve   The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x still appears, you may have to delete the image and then insert it again. The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the The image cannot be displayed. Your computer may not have enough memory to open the image, or the image may have been corrupted. Restart your computer, and then open the file again. If the red x
    • More  informa8on     TERN  website:    www.tern.org.au   TERN  data  licence  :  www.tern.org.au/datalicence   TERN  Data  Discovery  Portal:  www.portal.tern.org.au   Thank  you   s.guru@uq.edu.au               TERN  Data  Management  and  Data  Access  Policy  by  S.  M.  Guru,  S.  Phinn  et  al  is   licensed  under  a  Crea8ve  Commons  Aribu8on-­‐ShareAlike  3.0  Australia  License.