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Software development should build on the successful work of others. The DMPTool helps researchers with data management planning, but what about other phases of the data life cycle? In this webinar, we ...

Software development should build on the successful work of others. The DMPTool helps researchers with data management planning, but what about other phases of the data life cycle? In this webinar, we will discuss what software integration with the DMPTool might look like, and why it is important. Topics include:
1. Background: why tools integration is important; why we are talking about this in terms of the DMPTool.
2. Details and plans for DMPTool2 regarding software integration and compatibility.
3. Future possibilities for software integration for DMPTool2
4. Example of successful integration of tools: work at the Center for Open Science.

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  • DMPTool  Webinar  Series  11:  Complementary  Tools   Sponsored  by  IMLS   15  October  2013   Tools  &  Resources   that  Complement   the  DMPTool   Wikimedia  Commons   Carly  Strasser  |    @carlystrasser   Perry  Willett,  Marisa  Strong   University  of  California  Curation  Center,  California  Digital  Library  
  • blog.dmptool.org/webinar-­‐series   28  May   Introduction  to  the  DMPTool   4  June   Learning  about  data  management:  Resources,  tools,  materials     18  June   Customizing  the  DMPTool  for  your  institution   25  June   Environmental  Scan:  Who's  important  at  your  campus   9  July   Promoting  institutional  services;  EZID  Outreach  Made  Simple!   16  July   Health  Sciences  &  DMPTool  -­‐  Lisa  Federer,  UCLA     23  July   Digital  humanities  and  the  DMPTool  -­‐  Miriam  Posner,  UCLA     13  Aug   Data  curation  profiles  and  the  DMPTool  –  Jake  Carlson,  Purdue     27  Aug   Talking  Points  for  Meeting  with  Institutional  Stakeholders   1  Oct   Beyond  Funder  Requirements:  More  Extensive  DMPs   15  Oct   Tools  and  resources  that  complement  the  DMPTool   5  Nov   Case  studies  –  Librarians  successfully  supporting  data  
  • Road  Map   From  Flickr  by    (Luciano)   1.  Why  this  topic?   2.  Degrees  of  integration   &  APIs   3.  Plans  for  DMPT2   4.  Possibilities   5.  Center  for  Open   Science  
  • What  Is  This   Webinar  About?  
  • 2
  • From  Flickr  by    BuzzFarmers  
  • Build  on   each  others’   efforts   DMPTool!   From  Flickr  by  D  Services   Fundref!   Research Hub!   DCC!   NSF!   Databib!  
  • Researchers   like  it  here   Integrate  with   software  they  know   From  Flickr  by  Clonny  
  • Plan   Proposal   writing   Research   Ideas   Collect   Analyze   Assure   Integrate   Discover   Publication   Describe   Preserve  
  • Road  Map   From  Flickr  by    (Luciano)   1.  Why  this  topic?   2.  Degrees  of  integration   &  APIs   3.  Plans  for  DMPT2   4.  Possibilities   5.  Center  for  Open   Science  
  • Degrees  of  Integration   Links  to  tools  in   resources   Easier   Harder  
  • Degrees  of  Integration   Links  to  tools  in   resources   Easier   APIs   Harder  
  • API   Application  Programming  Interface   interface  that  allows  software  to   communicate    
  • Twitter   APIs   Tweetdeck  
  • Yelp   APIs   Google  Maps  
  • Yelp   API   Google   Maps   •  Carefully  thought  out  code     •  Invisible  to  user   •  Expose  specific  functionality   and/or  data   •  Other  functionality/data   protected  
  • API  Benefits   Interactions   Improve  functionality   Add  more  functionality   Combine  with  their  services     Popularity  
  • Road  Map   From  Flickr  by    (Luciano)   1.  Why  this  topic?   2.  Degrees  of  integration   &  APIs   3.  Plans  for  DMPT2   4.  Possibilities   5.  Center  for  Open   Science  
  • 2 Easier   Harder  
  • 2API" •  RESTful  (Representational  state  transfer  API)   –  Commonly  used  as  standard  for  building  APIs   –  Helps  guarantee  interoperability   •  Use  API  to  retrieve  data  from  DMPTool2  site   –  List  of  users,  list  of  plans,  etc.   •  Data  provided  in  JSON  format   JSON:  JavaScript  Object  Notation   Text-­‐based  open  standard  for  data  structures   Designed  for  human-­‐readable  data  interchange  
  • 2API" •  Accessible  by  any  tool  that  can  make  HTTP   requests  and  receive  HTTP  responses   •  API  documentation  will  provide  examples   using  curl   curl:  Client  for  URLs   way  to  get  documents/files  from  or  send   documents  to  a  server  
  • 2API" •  Requests  authenticated  using  “basic  auth”  to   pass  the  DMPTool2  login  credentials  to  access   user’s  data       •  Public  information  will  be  unrestricted   –  Institutions   –  DMP  Templates  &  Resources   –  Public  DMPs  
  • 2API" Example  Request:   $ curl http://dmptool.org/api/institutions! Example  Response:   {! !"full_name":"University of California, Office of the President",! !"nickname":"UCOP",! !"desc":null,! !"contact_info":"UC Curation Center",! !"contact_email":"uc3_wrong@ucop.edu",! !"url":"http://dmptool.org/institutions/2.json",! !"url_text":"UC3: Data management Planning",! !"shib_entity_id":"urn:mace:incommon:ucop.edu",! !"shib_domain":"ucop.edu"! }!
  • Road  Map   From  Flickr  by    (Luciano)   1.  Why  this  topic?   2.  Degrees  of  integration   &  APIs   3.  Plans  for  DMPT2   4.  Possibilities   5.  Center  for  Open   Science  
  • Identity  &  CV  
  • Identity  
  • Metrics  &  Credit  
  • Metrics  
  • Repository  selection   Metadata  creation  
  • Governance  &  Compliance  
  • Storage  &  Preservation  
  • Road  Map   From  Flickr  by    (Luciano)   1.  Why  this  topic?   2.  Degrees  of  integration   &  APIs   3.  Plans  for  DMPT2   4.  Possibilities   5.  Center  for  Open   Science  
  • Scientific     Values   Scientific   Practices  
  • 1.  Infrastructure   Development   2.  Community  Building   3.  Metascience  
  • Openness   incentives  and  workflow  
  • 1.  Infrastructure   Development   2.  Community  Building   3.  Metascience  
  • Scientists…   •  •  •  •  •  •  Don’t  start  by  being  open   Focus  on  efficiency   Are  often  constrained  by  collaborators   Want  to  do  accurate  science   Are  not  sure  how   Will  use  tools  that  make  openness  practical  
  • Open  Science  Framework   •  •  •  •  •    Respect  workflow   Robust  to  different  workflows   Integrate  private  and  public  workflows   Incentivize  openness   Support  top-­‐down  and  bottom-­‐up   incentivization  
  • centerforopenscience.org   openscienceframework.org                        @osframework  
  • From  Flickr  by  Jeff  Keacher   In  3  weeks:     Case  Studies:  Librarians   successfully  supporting   data   Presenter:  Stephanie   Wright,  UW   Tuesday    5  Nov  @  10am  PT   Regi ster   now !   blog.dmptool.org/   webinar-­‐series  
  • blog.dmptool.org/webinar-­‐series/  
  • Questions?   Email     Twitter   Blog   Facebook     uc3@ucop.edu   carly.strasser@ucop.edu   @TheDMPTool   blog.dmptool.org   Facebook.com/DMPTool