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Ohsawa Lab,
Department of Systems Innovation,
School of Engineering,
The University of Tokyo
Data Jacket
How to Register
Contents
1. Data Jacket (DJ)
2. Examples of DJs
3. How to Resister your data as DJ
4. References
Process of
Innovators Marketplace on Data Jackets (IMDJ)
Action Planning (AP)
• Registering information about data as Data...
Data Jacket (DJ)
• Data Jacket (DJ) is a structured summary of data described in natural language.
• DJ has been developed...
Examples of DJs
Visualizing Connections of DJs
Visualizing Connections of DJs
• In the process of IMDJ, data visualization
tools reveal possible combinations of DJs
and ...
15 minutes for DJ Registration
1~2 min.
1~2 min.
7~10 min.
EASY !!
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step1)
Visit DJ Site (https://sites.google.com/site/datajackets/).
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step2)
Click the icon for registering DJ.
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3)
Select your favorite language (English or Japanese).
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-1)
Enter your information (your name and valid e-mail address)
Personal informatio...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-2)
Enter the information about your data.
Title of data (required)
Outline of dat...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-3)
Enter the information about your data.
Where are the data about? (optional)
Ho...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-4)
Enter the information about your data.
Sharing policy of data (optional)
Other:
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-5)
Enter the information about your data.
Type of data (optional)
Other:
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-6)
Enter the information about your data.
Format of data (optional)
Other:
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-7)
Enter the information about your data.
Variable labels of data (optional)
Descr...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-8)
Enter the information about your data.
Analysis/simulation process of data (opt...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-9)
Enter the information about your data.
Anticipation for analyses (optional)
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step3-10)
Enter the information about your data.
Comments (optional)
What kind of data ...
How to Register your data as DJ
(Step4)
Select the range of publication of your DJs.
Selecting “Public” is expected to sho...
References
1. Y. Ohsawa, H. Kido, T. Hayashi, and C. Liu, “Data Jackets for Synthesizing Values in the Market of Data,” 17...
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Data Jacket (DJ) is a structured summary of data described in natural language. DJ has been developed as a technique for sharing information about data and for considering the potential value of datasets, keeping the privacy of the data itself.
We can understand the outlines, variables, formats of data referring to the description on DJs.
This slide shows how to register your Data Jackets.

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Data Jacket How to Register Ver.01

  1. 1. Ohsawa Lab, Department of Systems Innovation, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo Data Jacket How to Register
  2. 2. Contents 1. Data Jacket (DJ) 2. Examples of DJs 3. How to Resister your data as DJ 4. References
  3. 3. Process of Innovators Marketplace on Data Jackets (IMDJ) Action Planning (AP) • Registering information about data as Data Jackets (DJs) • Practicing gamified workshop and creating solutions combining Data Jackets • Generating Strategic Scenarios and Analysis Scenarios for actions DJ Entry Innovators Marketplace on Data Jackets (IMDJ) Evaluation • Evaluating the feasibility of scenarios PURPOSE: the development of processes to support creations of new businesses and the creative decision making, utilizing and exchanging data through the cooperation between/within organizations
  4. 4. Data Jacket (DJ) • Data Jacket (DJ) is a structured summary of data described in natural language. • DJ has been developed as a technique for sharing information about data and for considering the potential value of datasets, keeping privacy of the data itself. • We can understand the outlines, variables, formats of data referring to the description on DJs. • Even if data itself is not open, by publishing DJ, data could be recognizable and understandable not only for humans, but also for machines. • Published DJs enable data owners, data users and data analysts to understand the contents of each dataset, and start to communicate about the utilization of data. (Ohsawa, Y. et al., 2013) POS data of the supermarket in Tokyo describing in DJ title: POS data of the supermarket in Tokyo variable label: customer ID, date, brand name type: int, string format: RDB sharing policy: in particular conditions
  5. 5. Examples of DJs
  6. 6. Visualizing Connections of DJs
  7. 7. Visualizing Connections of DJs • In the process of IMDJ, data visualization tools reveal possible combinations of DJs and support participants to discover latent combinations of datasets. • KeyGraph is an example of a visualized map (square nodes represent DJs, red nodes are the keywords included in the outlines of DJs, and blue nodes are the the keywords from variable labels.) • Data owners communicate their datasets as DJs, and participants of IMDJ (including data owners, users, and analysts) create solutions for solving data users’ problems stated as requirements. • Data owners are able to learn how to use their own data from the possible combination of DJs proposed by data analysts, and users are able to learn how their requirements can be satisfied with proposals. • Participants, who learn the expected utility of data, start to negotiate for data exchange or buying/selling to create new businesses.
  8. 8. 15 minutes for DJ Registration 1~2 min. 1~2 min. 7~10 min. EASY !!
  9. 9. How to Register your data as DJ (Step1) Visit DJ Site (https://sites.google.com/site/datajackets/).
  10. 10. How to Register your data as DJ (Step2) Click the icon for registering DJ.
  11. 11. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3) Select your favorite language (English or Japanese).
  12. 12. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-1) Enter your information (your name and valid e-mail address) Personal information will be strictly secured. This information is only used to manage DJs.
  13. 13. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-2) Enter the information about your data. Title of data (required) Outline of data (optional)
  14. 14. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-3) Enter the information about your data. Where are the data about? (optional) How were the data collected/created? (optional)
  15. 15. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-4) Enter the information about your data. Sharing policy of data (optional) Other:
  16. 16. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-5) Enter the information about your data. Type of data (optional) Other:
  17. 17. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-6) Enter the information about your data. Format of data (optional) Other:
  18. 18. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-7) Enter the information about your data. Variable labels of data (optional) Description of variable labels is optional, BUT this is one of the most important attributes of data.
  19. 19. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-8) Enter the information about your data. Analysis/simulation process of data (optional) Outcome of analysis process (optional)
  20. 20. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-9) Enter the information about your data. Anticipation for analyses (optional)
  21. 21. How to Register your data as DJ (Step3-10) Enter the information about your data. Comments (optional) What kind of data do you want? (optional)
  22. 22. How to Register your data as DJ (Step4) Select the range of publication of your DJs. Selecting “Public” is expected to show the information about your data to all the stakeholders in the Market of Data. Other:
  23. 23. References 1. Y. Ohsawa, H. Kido, T. Hayashi, and C. Liu, “Data Jackets for Synthesizing Values in the Market of Data,” 17th International Conference in Knowledge Based and Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems, Procedia Computer Science Vol.22, pp.709-716, 2013. 2. Y. Ohsawa, C. Liu, Y. Suda, and H. Kido, “Innovators Marketplace on Data Jackets for Externalizing the Value of Data via Stakeholders’ Requirement Communication,” AAAI 2014 Spring Symposium on Big data becomes personal: Knowledge into Meaning, AAAI Technical Report, pp.45-50, 2014. 3. Y. Ohsawa, H. Kido, T. Hayashi, C. Liu, and K. Komoda, “Innovators Marketplace on Data Jackets, for Valuating, Sharing, and Synthesizing Data,” Knowledge-based Information Systems in Practice, Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Tweedale, W.J., Jain, C.L., Watada., J., and Howlett, R. (eds), Springer International Publishing, Vol.30, pp.83-97, 2015. 4. Y. Ohsawa, C. Liu, T. Hayashi, and H. Kido, “Data Jackets for Externalizing Use Value of Hidden Datasets,” 18th International Conference in Knowledge Based and Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems, Procedia Computer Science, Vol.35, pp.946-953, 2014.

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