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Cerys Willoughby, University of Southhampton

Cerys Willoughby, Jeremy Frey, Emma Tonkin, Simon Coles and Colin Bird: “User Perspectives of Metadata Use in Electronic Notebooks”

Panel: Linked data and metadata (co-sponsored by the ASIS&T Digital Libraries SIG)
Research Data Access & Preservation Summit 2013
Baltimore, MD April 4, 2013 #rdap13

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  • Blog title (Project) Author Date of Post Title of Post URI (Location) Revision (Changes) Reason for change Date of Revision (Date of changes) File Type (Data)

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  • 1. https://www.asis.org/rdap/User Perspectives of Metadata Usein Electronic Laboratory Notebooks Cerys Willoughby, Jeremy Frey, Emma Tonkin, Simon Coles, and Colin Bird LastName, Title
  • 2. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Why do we care about metadata?
  • 3. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ Anatomy of an experiment• Plan experiment• Enact experiment• Analyse results
  • 4. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Traditional recording
  • 5. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ LabTrove andAutomaticcapture ofmetadataFlexibility has limitations..
  • 6. https://www.asis.org/rdap/LabTrove andUser defined metadata
  • 7. https://www.asis.org/rdap/What metadata might we expect?
  • 8. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Metadata Survey
  • 9. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Number of ‘sections’
  • 10. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ Values for section:• Types of subject: • Top ten subjects: – Experiment related – Materials – Project related – Methods – Blog related – Data – Experiments – Experiment stage – References – Samples – Instruments – Safety – Results
  • 11. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Number of ‘Key value’ pairs
  • 12. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ Values for Keys:• Types of subject: • Top ten subjects: – Experiment related – Materials – Project related – Instruments – Blog related – Methods – the post type – Post type – the location of an instrument – Data or experiment – Experiments – a reference to a physical lab – Samples notebook (Ref/code) – References – the date of the experiment – Location – the status of an activity or – Ref/code document
  • 13. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ LastName, Title
  • 14. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Number of Authors?
  • 15. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Public vs private?
  • 16. https://www.asis.org/rdap/ User perspectives on metadata• User interviews• User studies
  • 17. https://www.asis.org/rdap/What can we do about it?
  • 18. https://www.asis.org/rdap/Metadata is essential forintelligent open access