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OSFair2017 Workshop | EPOS: European Plate Observing System

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Keith G Jeffery presents the European Plate Obserinv System (EPOS) | OSFair2017 Workshop

Workshop title: How FAIR friendly is your data catalogue?

Workshop overview:
This workshop will build upon the work planned by the EOSCpilot data interoperability task and the BlueBridge workshop held on April 3 at the RDA meeting. We will investigate common mechanisms for interoperation of data catalogues that preserve established community standards, norms and resources, while simplifying the process of being/becoming FAIR. Can we have a simple interoperability architecture based on a common set of metadata types? What are the minimum metadata requirements to expose FAIR data to EOSC services and EOSC users?

DAY 3 - PARALLEL SESSION 6 & 7

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OSFair2017 Workshop | EPOS: European Plate Observing System

  1. 1. EPOS European Plate Observing System Keith G Jeffery NERC/BGS (Representing the ICT team) keith.jeffery@keithgjefferyconsultants.co.ukKeith G Jeffery CC-BY-NC
  2. 2. Solid Earth Science KEYWORDS • Multidisciplinary contributions • Geo-Hazards • Geo-Resources • Environmental changes ESFRI • EPOS-PP 201011- 201410 • EPOS-IP 201510- 201909
  3. 3. “Numbers” of solid earth science MAP OF: - Seismic/GPS stations - Laboratories -- etc…. Diversity in data type and formats http://www.epos-eu.org/ride/Research Infrastructure List • 244 Research Infrastructures • 138 Institutions • 22 countries • 2272 GPS receivers • 4939 seismic stations • 464 TB Seismic data • 1.095 PB Storage capacity (seismology) • 1.240 PB Storage capacity (GNSS DC) • 828 instruments in 118 Laboratories
  4. 4. COMPATIBILITY LAYER Compatibility layer Heterogeneous domains / user communities TCS (thematic core services) User access homogeneous view ICS (integrated core services)
  5. 5. FR Seismic networksFR Seismic networksNational RIs FR Seismic networksFR Seismic networksNational RIs EPOS GUI METADATA catalogue EPOS APIs System Managing Software IAAA system Workflow Engine PID system ICS-D ICS-C TCSs National RIs FR Seismic networksFR Seismic networksNational RIs FR Seismic networksFR Seismic networksNational RIs Data products Services Software TCS API Data set Data products Services Software TCS API Data set Interoperability/compatibility Layer: ICS-APIs (wrappers) ICS: Integrated Core Services 1. Understand user intent 2. Discover/access assets 3. Assist in workflow construction and deployment Depends on CERIF catalog for asset characterisation
  6. 6. Common European Research Information Format An EU Recommendation to Member States • Base Entities (boxes) and Relationship Entities (lines) • Rôle and temporal duration • <person P> <creator> <datetime1> <datetime2> <dataset D> • Referential and Functional integrity • person not creator • Preceded RDF (almost 20 years old) ! • CERIF-XML exchange format and APIs • Convertors for DC, DCAT, CKAN, ISO19115, native RDF…; working on PROV (http://www.eurocris.org/cerif/main-features-cerif ) Compatibility through Canonical Rich Metadata Catalog
  7. 7. DATASET locationlocation location project equipment facility publication publicationpublication software replicated at stored at fragment n at generated by generated by software processed by Is part of managed by owned by documented by organisation organisation organisation title abstract keywords described by person Classification descriptive input by classified by indicatormeasurement characterised by licenced by classified byClassification restrictive MELODIC A suggested simplified metadata scheme for DATASET updated by copied by deleted by accesssed by person person 7 read authorised copy authorised write authorised delete authorised Execute authorised Temporal range omitted for clarity
  8. 8. EPOS Demonstrator Seismology & Geology and Geodesy
  9. 9.  Unique Identifier (for later use including citation) {http://bit.ly/2ryRr12}  Location (URL) {http://bit.ly/2rujALv}  Description {http://bit.ly/2ss2CwH}  Keywords (terms) {http://bit.ly/2se44QX}  Temporal coordinates {http://bit.ly/2sdVKAR}  Spatial coordinates {http://bit.ly/2ru6kGt}  Originator (organisation(s) / person(s)) {http://bit.ly/2ruFCgZ}  Project {http://bit.ly/2rukIid} RDA Metadata Element Set - and URL of ‘unpacking’ (1) https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/metadata-ig.html Note: the elements are not simple attributes but structures with syntax and semantics
  10. 10.  Facility / equipment {http://bit.ly/2sdEj3h}  Quality {http://bit.ly/2svs0Cc}  Availability (licence, persistence) {http://bit.ly/2t56LEy}  Provenance {http://bit.ly/2se59Z1}  Citations {http://bit.ly/2se9efQ}  Related publications (white or grey) {http://bit.ly/2rjHFR5}  Related software {http://bit.ly/2rutPzn}  Schema {http://bit.ly/2srMUl3}  Medium / format {http://bit.ly/2svtEEe} RDA Metadata Element Set - and URL of ‘unpacking’ (2) https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/metadata-ig.html Note: the elements are not simple attributes but structures with syntax and semantics
  11. 11.  To be Findable:  F1. (meta)data are assigned a globally unique and eternally persistent identifier. F2. data are described with rich metadata. F3. (meta)data are registered or indexed in a searchable resource. F4. metadata specify the data identifier.  To be Accessible:  A1 (meta)data are retrievable by their identifier using a standardized communications protocol. A1.1 the protocol is open, free, and universally implementable. A1.2 the protocol allows for an authentication and authorization procedure, where necessary. A2 metadata are accessible, even when the data are no longer available. FAIR Principles: EPOS Catalog (CERIF) All in design; some implemented already, some being implemented
  12. 12.  To be Interoperable:  I1. (meta)data use a formal, accessible, shared, and broadly applicable language for knowledge representation. I2. (meta)data use vocabularies that follow FAIR principles. I3. (meta)data include qualified references to other (meta)data.  To be Re-usable:  R1. meta(data) have a plurality of accurate and relevant attributes. R1.1. (meta)data are released with a clear and accessible data usage license. R1.2. (meta)data are associated with their provenance. R1.3. (meta)data meet domain- relevant community standards. FAIR Principles All in design; some implemented already, some being implemented
  13. 13. • We have designed the EPOS architecture • Interfaces to TCS (user communities), ICS-D (e-Infrastructures), other initiatives • Hence can change any of these components at any time • Their existence in EPOS requires entries in the ICS-C catalog • Which characterises them so that ICS-C can make the required connections (workflow co-composition and deployment) • Respecting NFRs • VRE-ready • BUT THE KEY TO EVERYTHING IS THE (FAIR) CERIF CATALOG • “ for EPOS, if it is not in the catalog it does not exist” Take Home Message

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