Research Data Management and Spatial Data

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Addy Pope demonstrates how a suite of EDINA and Edinburgh University Data Library tools and apps can make curating your spatial data a breeze. Presented at the Open Repositories 2014, June 9-13, …

Addy Pope demonstrates how a suite of EDINA and Edinburgh University Data Library tools and apps can make curating your spatial data a breeze. Presented at the Open Repositories 2014, June 9-13, Helsinki, Finland http://or2014.helsinki.fi

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  • 1. Research Data Management and Spatial Data Addy Pope Research and Geodata Service EDINA Photo: Addy Pope
  • 2. What and what? Flicker – Panda Evans http://www.flickr.com/photos/98216330@N00/239423934/
  • 3. Mantra Aim was to develop online interactive open learning resources for PhD students and early career researchers that will: • Raise awareness of the key issues related to research data management & contribute to culture change • Provide guidelines for good practice 4 data handling practicals Xerte online toolkits Video stories from researchers www.datalib.edina.ac.uk/mantra
  • 4. Research Data Management
  • 5. RDM Toolkit Plan Create Describe Deposit Publish Discover
  • 6. RDM Toolkit
  • 7. Fieldtrip GB High quality background maps offering rich data in both urban and rural environments Cache maps to allow off- network usage Design your own data capture Manage your data through the Authoring tool Export data to csv/KML/GeoJSON Great Maps ManageCustomiseOffline iPhone/iPad and Android Compatible Free in iStore and PlayStore http://fieldtripgb.blogs.edina.ac.uk/
  • 8. Aims of workshop The aim of the workshop is to use the open tools to: 1. discover data to support your research 2. collect data using mobile phones 3. visualise this in a GIS 4. add geographic intelligence to non-geographic data 5. create a metadata to describe your data 6. deposit this in an open repository We will base this around a project researching into anti- social behaviour in communities.