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  1. 1. Sharing is Caring – Amsterdam Extension 22nd November 2019 Joseph Padfield FAIR Data - Reusable Open data – Expand the source
  2. 2. http://sharecare.nu • Re-usable - F.A.I.R. Data Principles • Traditional Re-use • Closed project data • Who or what should our data be FAIR for? • Making data FAIR • Who will re-use our data? Summary
  3. 3. Reusable - F.A.I.R. Data Principles
  4. 4. http://sharecare.nu The Standardising Sharing: F.A.I.R. Data Principles https://www.go-fair.org/fair-principles/ https://www.openaire.eu/images/Guides/FAIRdataprinciples_foster.png
  5. 5. http://sharecare.nu FAIR - Reusable https://www.openaire.eu/images/Guides /FAIRdataprinciples_foster.png • 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. • DARIAH-EU – Heritage Data Reuse Charter – Further Descriptions of: Reciprocity, Interoperability, Citability, Openness, Stewardship, Trustworthiness – https://www.dariah.eu/activities/open-science/data-re-use/
  6. 6. Traditional Re-use Reusable data – but not FAIR
  7. 7. http://sharecare.nu Traditional Re-use Publications, Exhibitions, Conservation Treatments, Further Research …. But working with digital data can provide more options for access
  8. 8. http://sharecare.nu ARCHLAB: Physical Access to the Scientific Archive Archives comprising thousands of unpublished images, data, samples and reports collected over many decades of scientific investigation and conservation of a huge variety of cultural heritage objects and sites AND The specialised knowledge at the staff of the ARCHLAB institution to guide the researcher through the archive ARCHLAB provides EU funded opportunities to explore scientific archives. ARCHLAB (NG) - The Capodimonte Transfiguration: a technical and historical study of a masterpiece by Giovanni Bellini in context Angela Cerasuolo , Alessandra Rullo, Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte; Helen Glanville, LAMS – CNRS Sorbonne Universités 2009 2015 2020 2022
  9. 9. http://sharecare.nu Collaborative Reuse – but not “FAIR” Google Arts & Culture Art UKIPERION-CH Grounds Research Resource Raphael Research Resource Externalpublic aggregators Digital documentationand researchplatform Collaborativedata visualisationand researchtool Currently require manual or bulk data entry
  10. 10. Closed project data Potential “Reusable” data
  11. 11. http://sharecare.nu • Systematic technical analysis of 12 paintings by Sir Joshua Reynolds. • 4 year collaboration between the Wallace Collection and the National Gallery, with funding from the Paul Mellon Centre for British Art. • All project documentation needed to be accessible by both institutions, as well as an international advisory committee. The Reynolds Research Project (2011)
  12. 12. http://sharecare.nu Example wiki pages
  13. 13. http://sharecare.nu National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 35 This special edition is dedicated to the paintings of Joshua Reynolds in the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection. (ISBN 9781857095562) https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/research/research- resources/technical-bulletin/technical-bulletin-volume-35 Open access publications: making the research accessible Padfield, J. and A. Gent. 2014. Making complex documentation simpler: Combining existing resources with MediaWiki to provide a flexible documentation platform. In ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19 September 2014, ed. J. Bridgland, art. 0202, 7 pp. Paris: International Council of Museums. (ISBN 978-92-9012-410-8) https://www.icom-cc-publications- online.org/PublicationDetail.aspx?cid=14ec56e2-54fa-4fd3-93a7- e9bc3f2ada0b
  14. 14. http://sharecare.nu National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 35 This special edition is dedicated to the paintings of Joshua Reynolds in the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection. (ISBN 9781857095562) https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/research/research- resources/technical-bulletin/technical-bulletin-volume-35 Open access publications: making the research accessible Padfield, J. and A. Gent. 2014. Making complex documentation simpler: Combining existing resources with MediaWiki to provide a flexible documentation platform. In ICOM-CC 17th Triennial Conference Preprints, Melbourne, 15–19 September 2014, ed. J. Bridgland, art. 0202, 7 pp. Paris: International Council of Museums. (ISBN 978-92-9012-410-8) https://www.icom-cc-publications- online.org/PublicationDetail.aspx?cid=14ec56e2-54fa-4fd3-93a7- e9bc3f2ada0b • The publications are Findable and the content is (open access) relatively Reusable by humans, but the Accessibility and Interoperability could be improved. • The original resource data is currently closed and not FAIR. • But it was created as a working conservation documentation resource, for the project, not as a reusable dataset, so no re-use licence was considered. • Highlighting the importance of planning for the possibility of re-use.
  15. 15. Who or what should our data be FAIR for?
  16. 16. http://sharecare.nu • Different documentation is required for different types of user • Good to consider the level of service that is required – Providing downloadable files, searchable interactive solutions, machine accessible APIs or all of the above. FAIR Principles: Designed For Computer Access Human Users Computer Users
  17. 17. http://sharecare.nu Designed For Human Re-use Raphael Research Resource: Web interface designed for humans to explore and carry out new research. https://cima.ng-London.org.uk/documentation
  18. 18. http://sharecare.nu Designed For Computer Re-use Raphael Research Resource: SPARQL endpoint designed for other computers and software systems to exploit to create new visualisation and research opportunities. https://rdf.ng-London.org.uk/workshops/lcd
  19. 19. http://sharecare.nu Multiple standards based presentations of the same data Raw JSON DataFormatted Website CIDOC CRM - RDF XML
  20. 20. Making data (& software) FAIR
  21. 21. http://sharecare.nu Local Repository: (Initial NG Draft Schema) National Gallery Middleware Project
  22. 22. http://sharecare.nu Local Repository: (Initial NG Draft Schema) National Gallery Middleware Project
  23. 23. http://sharecare.nu • Developing a repository: Heritage Science Data Archive (2019-2022) • Well funded by the Belgian Science Policy (Belspo) ▪ Goal: to play a key role in European Research Infrastructures Digital Documentation: Complete Systems http://hescida.kikirpa.be (under construction)
  24. 24. http://sharecare.nu https://data.ng-london.org.uk/resource
  25. 25. http://sharecare.nu https://media.ng-london.org.uk
  26. 26. http://sharecare.nu • Could we provide direct access to appropriate digital resources? • Can we publish inventories of Scientific archives so it is easier for future ArchLab users (and others) to see what we have? ARCHLAB: Digital Access to the Scientific Archive?
  27. 27. http://sharecare.nu • Could we provide direct access to appropriate digital resources? • Can we publish inventories of Scientific archives so it is easier for future ArchLab users (and others) to see what we have? ARCHLAB: Digital Access to the Scientific Archive?
  28. 28. http://sharecare.nu https://rdf.ng-london.org.uk/modeling/ Ongoing work to explore new ways of presenting and developing semantically modelled heritage science data.
  29. 29. http://sharecare.nu • Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud – H2020 INFRAEOSC-04-2018 - Connecting ESFRI infrastructures through Cluster projects – 19 Direct Partners, total budget of € 14.4 M – The National Gallery, will explore … accessibility and interoperability issues, providing a practical examples of publishing fully semantic, linkable, shareable, machine-readable FAIR dataset, with resolvable URIs. Creating FAIR Datasets from existing resources Formatted Structured Data Improved Search and Functionality
  30. 30. http://sharecare.nu Making Software Re-usable Publishing on GitHub and licensing it for re- use. Current and future examples https://github.com/libvips/nip2-extras https://github.com/jpadfield/saoi https://github.com/jpadfield/ cidoc-crm.examples
  31. 31. Who will reuse our data?
  32. 32. http://sharecare.nu CrossCult – H2020 EU Project – https://www.crosscult.eu Data Re-use in practice: Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history Integrated Platform with Dedicated Mobile Apps – Built using re-usable modules An example research project that dynamically re-used National Gallery data directly via a research API.
  33. 33. http://sharecare.nu Potential dynamic collaboration with existing shared Research Repositories Raphael Research Resource http://boschproject.org http://www.rembrandtdatabase.orghttp://www.lucascranach.org
  34. 34. http://sharecare.nu Possible to create and maintain dynamic connections with users Google Arts & Culture Art UK Publish data via reliable, well documented APIs Ensure that data updates, titles, attributions, dates, etc. can be automatically re-used
  35. 35. http://sharecare.nu E-RIHS access provision platforms ARCHLAB MOLABFIXLABDIGILAB access heritage archives and collections data and tools for heritage research access LSF and advanced laboratories mobile instruments for in-situ diagnostics ARCHLAB, FIXLAB & MOLAB – Almost 20 years of development and growth DIGILAB is the new platform planned for E-RIHS The European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science (E-RIHS) supports research on heritage interpretation, preservation, documentation and management ... http://www.e-rihs.eu
  36. 36. http://sharecare.nu E-RIHS DIGILAB: (Initial Draft Schema) Connecting: • People • Collections • Data • Services • Resources • Best practice • HowTos
  37. 37. FAIR - Reusable • Consider potential Re-use early on • Capture all of the required meta-data as work is carried out, not as a separate activity • Ensure all relevant work is fully attributed • Document and format data for generic re-use, but also for target users • Organize and structure data based on agreed standards • Agree on licenses for potential data publication as it is created
  38. 38. Sharing is Caring X Amsterdam 22nd November 2019 Joseph Padfield Thank you @joepadfield

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