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Data in Context Interest Group Sessions @ RDA 3rd Plenary, Dublin (March 26-28th, 2014) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Data in Context Co-chairs: Brigitte Jörg, Keith Jeffery RDA 3rd Plenary, March, 26th - 28th, 2014 Dublin
  • 2. Brief History • 1st Plenary Gothenburg Preparing a WG Proposal/Case Statement „Contextual Metadata“ • A lot of interest • Revision of Initial Use Cases • Use Cases as specific as possible • Alignment with other WGs / Activities • Four revised use cases: – Researcher: Find data .. – Manager: Indicate to funder – Provenance: Allow to take segments from streamed data workflows – Interoperability: Exchange of contextual metadata • Rename Group to „Data in Context“
  • 3. Data in Context IG Approach • Lifecycle Approach – Linear Sequence of Elements – Cyclic Repetition of Elements • Investigate Lifecycle Models – DCC: Conceptualize; Create; Access; Use; Appraise; Select; Dispose; etc – DDI: Discovery & Planning; Initial Data Collection; etc. – Research Lifecycle (Jisc): Research Process: Simulate Experiment; Manage Data; Analyse; etc. – etc. ?? • Investigate contextually or subcontextually-aware standardization work – OAIS; CASRAI; CERIF; VIVO; PROV; PREMIS; MARC; CKAN; DCAT; ISO; W3C; OMG; Research Objects, etc. • Investigate / Prioritize Reusable Requirements • Deliverables: – M6: Overview of contextually- aware standardization work – M12: Priority List of Requirements • Goal: – Set up of a Working Group – Implementation of Standardized Profiles • Long-term Goal: – Automated Transformation Between Standards
  • 4. Collaboration / Exchange • RDA Foundation and Terminology • RDA Metadata Standards Directory WG • RDA PID Information Types WG • ICSU Open Metadata Catalogue and Knowledge Networks WG • RDA/WDS Workflows for Publishing Data IG • RDA Data Description Registry Interoperability • RDA Semantic Interoperability Activity • RDA Metadata Interest Group • Various W3C groups (LOD, SW....)
  • 5. Requirements / Needs • Stakeholders • Data Producers • Data Consumers • Standardized Open Vocabularies • Standardized Formal Data Profiles • Standardized Formal Semantics Template First Steps taken with developing a Template Apply
  • 6. DCC – The Curation Lifecycle Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semantics http://www.dcc.ac.uk/digital-curation/what-digital-curation
  • 7. DDI Lifecycle http://www.ddialliance.org/Specification/DDI-CV/ DDI Controlled Vocabularies Analysis Unit; Character Set; Commonality Type; Lifecycle Event Type; Response Unit; Software Package; Summary Statistic Type Time Method Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semantics
  • 8. Data Assets Framework Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semanticshttp://www.data-audit.eu/
  • 9. Research Lifecycle DDI Controlled Vocabularies Analysis Unit; Character Set; Commonality Type; Lifecycle Event Type; Response Unit; Software Package; Summary Statistic Type Time Method Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semantics http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/campaigns/res3/jischelp.aspx
  • 10. RDA Practical Policy WG Policy Categories Collec on- based Policies Integrity Data Lifecycle Management Data Staging Federa on Descrip on Publica on Compliance Data Management Plans Access Control Preserva onProvenance Replica on Regulatory Management Administrative Assessment Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semantics Src: Slide Extract Rainer Stotzka, Reagan Moore provided for „Data in Context“ session, RDA 3rd Plenary
  • 11. Data Lifecycle Stakeholders Data Producer Data Consumer Standardized Open Vocabularies Standardized Formal Data Profiles Standardized Formal Semantics DATA Collaboration & Visualisation Dissemination & Sharing Archiving & Preserving Analysis & Data Mining Acquisition & Modeling Src: Keynote Tony Hey at RDA 3rd Plenary
  • 12. Experimental Context, Publishing and Research Objects Proposal Approval Scheduling Experiment/ Investigation Data storage Record Publication Scientist submits application for beamtime Facility committee approves application Facility registers, trains, and schedules scientist’s visit Scientists visits facility, run’s experiment Subsequent publication registered with facility Raw data filtered, and stored Data analysis Tools for processing made available Investigation as a first class object Src: Slide extract Brian Matthews, STFC provided for „Data in Context“ session, RDA 3rd Plenary
  • 13. Liberalised Meta-Data Is a network 13 Citation Coverage (Temporal, Spatial, Topic) Use, Caveats, Lineage, Methods, and Licenses Publisher People Institutions RDI Outputs/ Online Resources Projects Initiatives Networks Funders Relationships are contributed by (1) meta-data mining (2) information from websites conforming to schema (3) social- media-type sites and VREs (4) existing network contributions (5) scraping existing websites (6) ontologies and vocabularies (…) Src: Slide Extract Wim Hugo, ICSU WDS provided for „Data in Context“ session, RDA 3rd Plenary
  • 14. Etc. • Data Curation Profiles (Purdue University) • ODP Model (ISO Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing)
  • 15. Standards Jeffery et. al. 2013 http://resources.metapress.com/pdf-preview.axd?code=vl5422n2u7112669&size=largest • e.g. • OAIS • CASRAI • CERIF • VIVO • PROV • PREMIS • MARC • CKAN • DCAT • ISO • W3C • OMG • ODP • etc.
  • 16. Emerging e-Infrastructure Discovery Contextual Discovery Jeffery et. al. 2013 http://resources.metapress.com/pdf-preview.axd?code=vl5422n2u7112669&size=largest
  • 17. Agenda Session 1: Thursday, March 27 - 15:30 - 17:00 • Introduction and Overview from Co-Chairs • Contributions from RDA Members – Data Publishing Workflows, DCC Data Profiles (Angus Whyte) – Data Description Registry Interoperability (Amir Aryani) – Long-tail Data IG, Data Publishing IG (Jochen Schirrwagen) – WDS Knowledge Network activity (Wim Hugo) – Experimental Context, Publishing and Research Objects (Brian Matthews) – Reference Model Proposal (Yin Chen) • Discussion Notes Taking: Alessia Bardi, RDA Early Career Researchers Programme recipient.
  • 18. Agenda Session 2: Friday, March 28 - 11:00 – 12:30 • Recap and Overview from Co-Chairs • Contributions from RDA Members – Semantic Interoperability, (Gery Berg-Cross) – Metadata WGs (Keith Jeffery, Rebecca Koskela) – Practical Policy Sessions (Slides Reagan Moore) • Discussion Notes Taking: Alessia Bardi, RDA Early Career Researchers Programme recipient.
  • 19. Rough Work Plan • M6: Overview of contextually aware standardization work • M12: Priority List of Requirements From there set up a RDA Working Group Requirements-driven Implementation of Standards WG Plan