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The Landscape of Rights and Licensing Initiatives for Data Sharing

Sam Grabus, Jane Greenberg
2019 Data Science Journal  
This paper reports on the research undertaking, and comments on the potential for using license-specific metadata supplements and developing data-centric rights and licensing ontologies.  ...  The landscape of developments is this area is increasingly confusing and difficult to navigate, due to the complexity of intellectual property and ethics issues associated with sharing sensitive data.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation/IIS/BD Spokes/Award #1636788, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation #G-2014-13746, and  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2019-029 fatcat:dduv4c47abcapfhbrakfdxz4ee

QualidataNet - a federated archiving infrastructure for qualitative research data

Kati Mozygemba, Noemi Betancort-Cabrera, Tobias Gebel, Hanna Hedeland, Jan-Ocko Heuer, Dilek Ikiz-Akinci, Alexia Meyermann, Silke Reineke, Dirk Weisbrod, Betina Hollstein
2022 Zenodo  
overview of the landscape of archiving and sharing research data.  ...  One reason, why the archiving and re-use of data in qualitative social research is still the exception, is the lack of a sustainable and interlinked infrastructures, which develops services in close cooperation  ...  , and re-usability at the archive level (FAIR) Challenges related to the development of the metadata core set  different data models and requirements of the different RDCs  different granularity: study  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6627514 fatcat:lxwwc64g2bdq7bpoha6ucs3y7m

FAIR data and metadata – The X-omics FAIR Data Cube and its added value for multi-omics researchers

Anna Niehues, XiaoFeng Liao, Martin Brandt, Cenna Doorbos, Tom Ederveen, Fiona Hagenbeek, Junda Huang, Purva Kulkarni, K. Joeri van der Velde, Casper de Visser, Michael van Vliet, Peter A. C. 't Hoen
2022 Zenodo  
In the Netherlands X-omics Initiative, we develop a FAIR Data Cube (FDCube) [2] – a set of tools and services that help researchers in different stages of the Research Data Life Cycle including creating  ...  We adopt and develop metadata schemas for different omics data types, and make use of the Investigation-Study-Assay (ISA) metadata framework [4] to capture experimental metadata.  ...  We adopt and develop metadata schemas for different omics data types, and make use of the Investigation-Study-Assay (ISA) metadata framework [4] to capture experimental metadata.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6783399 fatcat:eatfykqocvecfg6i3j6orzje3u

A GIS-Based Evaluation of Landscape Quality

E. Pauditšová, A. Miklošovičová, M. Kaczara
2015 International Journal of Environmental Science and Development  
Her doctoral thesis was aimed on developing methodology for evaluation of rural landscape quality on the basis of selected indicators, which include objective and also subjective approaches of landscape  ...  Characteristic sign of landscape research is interdisciplinarity. Its direct implication is collecting of data, which were obtained from the monitoring of landscape components and elements.  ...  METADATA The role of metadata is significant, so it was proposed structure of metadata for landscape-ecological and environmental research: Metadata created according these recommendations are positive  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijesd.2015.v6.674 fatcat:2qminz4lbferhcrtg5pokgs4se

Realising an eScience Platform to Support Climate Change Adaptation in Victoria

Christopher J. Pettit, A.B.M. Russel, Anthony Michael, Jean-Philippe Aurambout, Subhash Sharma, Steve Williams, David Hunter, Pang Choung Chan, Ann Borda, Ian D. Bishop, David Abramson
2010 2010 IEEE Sixth International Conference on e-Science  
We will discuss some of the drivers for research in developing the ecoinformatics platform and its components.  ...  In this paper we will discuss the platform as it has been developed to support collaborative research and to inform stakeholders of the likely impacts of climate change in South West Victoria, Australia  ...  they are assuming an ever greater part of the agenda of research funding agencies and policymakers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/escience.2010.32 dblp:conf/eScience/PettitRMASWHCBBA10 fatcat:ius33fjxwjdmvkmtxfubnuytay

Spatial/temporal indexing and information visualization genre for environmental digital libraries

Chen Su-shing, Grunwald Sabine
2005 Journal of Zhejiang University: Science A  
Protecting and preserving our environmental systems require the ability to understand the spatio-temporal distribution of soils, parent material, topography, and land cover as well as the effects of human  ...  Space-time modelling of ecosystems in an environmental digital library is essential for visualizing past, present, and future impacts of changes occurring within such landscapes (e.g., shift in land use  ...  A major component of this research is the adoption of state-of-the-art 3D visualization and interaction technologies to support investigative analyses of soil-landscape data.  ... 
doi:10.1631/jzus.2005.a1235 fatcat:5nkamtpmnnd25h7bj65kjbsw2i

Making Biomedical Data Usable: NIH Community-Based Data and Metadata Standards Efforts

Allen Dearry, Cindy Lawler, Rebecca Boyles, Astrid Haugen, Huerta Michael
2014 International Conference on Biomedical Ontology  
, extension, or adoption). • Gaps in community-based data standards of relevance to NIH research, including real use-cases (e.g., emerging fields, research domains with multiple existing data standards  ...  Community-based standards development • Activities that could advance community-based standards landscape (e.g., creating a collaborative workspace or an advising structure toward standards development  ...  data and metadata standards for NIH relevant research?  ... 
dblp:conf/icbo/DearryLBHM14 fatcat:ibmxchc3hja5rlt5nidq2k6p6i

Research Data Management as an Integral Part of the Research Process of Empirical Disciplines Using Landscape Ecology as an Example

Winfried Schröder, Stefan Nickel
2020 Data Science Journal  
Taking Landscape Ecology in Germany as an example the article demonstrates how to integrate RDM into the research design as a complement of the classic quality control and assurance in empirical research  ...  On this basis, the extent to which this com plemented design of research processes has already been realized is demonstrated by research projects of the Chair of Landscape Ecology at the University of  ...  /or the Department of Research Development and Knowledge Transfer of the University of Vechta.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2020-026 fatcat:lqd6pnrn4jd33mhlgpoqvqucdm

The evolving landscape of scholarly metadata: Preprints and open peer reviews

Nees Jan Van Eck, Ludo Waltman
2022 Zenodo  
The increasing adoption of preprinting and of open or transparent peer review are two major developments in the scholarly communication system.  ...  In this talk, we discuss the increasing adoption of preprinting and open peer review and we explore the availability of metadata for preprints and open peer reviews, in particular metadata made available  ...  to the corresponding preprint • Reviewers consider publishing preprint peer reviews, registering a DOI for them, and linking them to the preprint • Infrastructure services include preprints and open peer  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6633157 fatcat:z4wslreyivfofgarmapzr2nnje

Use of the MPEG-7 standard as metadata framework for a location scouting system - An evaluation study

Valérie Gouaillier, Langis Gagnon, Sylvain Paquette, Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec
2005 International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications  
The metadata describes photos taken at each location, as well as site characteristics, mainly according to a standard taxonomy and vocabulary in the domain of landscape and environment.  ...  The paper presents an evaluation study about the application of the MPEG-7 standard to the metadata associated with a database supporting identification, characterization, classification and referencing  ...  Acknowledgements This work is financially supported by the Conseil régional de développement de la Montérégie (CRDM), CRIM, CPEUM and Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).  ... 
dblp:conf/dc/GouaillierGPP05 fatcat:havnayyfejhsxbjovxd4o3rlju

Open research information for responsible research assessment

Ludo Waltman
2021 Zenodo  
Online presentation at the VIVO Conference 2021 on June 23, 2021.  ...  • Protect academic independence by opening up the metadata and metrics underlying assessments of scholarship • Improve and enhance the quality and coverage of metadata available in the Dutch landscape  ...  warehouse where metadata is collected from API-endpoints and other open infrastructures, and is deduplicated and harmonized • Research environment model • Expansion of the warehouse model with the addition  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5018532 fatcat:txpxqflc7refjas556q7w2tnru

Metadata for Nanotechnology: Interoperability Aspects [chapter]

Vasily Bunakov, Brian Matthews
2017 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The work outlines the landscape of emerging metadata models for nanotechnology. A gap analysis and possible cross-walks for a few metadata recommendations are presented.  ...  The role of interoperability in the design of metadata for nanotechnology is discussed.  ...  The main purpose of this work is to reflect on the position of the NFFA metadata model in a bigger landscape of metadata for nanotechnology and identify possible connections of the NFFA model to the elements  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-70863-8_24 fatcat:ib33wde4gbgvfplsb6nbvcfltm

Recent Developments in the DDI Implementation Landscape 1

Arofan Gregory, Joachim Wackerow
2020 Zenodo  
This panel addresses recent developments in the DDI implementation landscape - new tools developments, and related developments in the standards.  ...  Some of the existing tools have been extended with major new features; there are several new tools which support and use DDI 3, and there have been some developments for the DDI standards by the DDI Alliance  ...  Background • A DDI tools session -this one -has been organized for 4 th time Prototype of Open Source Metadata Editor for Individual Researchers in Japan -Yuki Yonekura, Institute of Soccial Science,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3781504 fatcat:fyxd6o2frjhrjgspkxugmn2iby

RBIS - An Environmental Information System for Integrated Landscape Management [chapter]

Franziska Zander, Sven Kralisch, Carsten Busch, Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this paper we present the web-based River Basin Information System (RBIS) for data management, analysis and exchange as an integral standalone part of the Integrated Landscape Management System (ILMS  ...  Selected RBIS modules will be characterized in more detail to emphasize the benefits of integrated data management as a basis of the holistic environmental planning workflow covered by ILMS.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for funding the development of ILMS and RBIS in the course of the program "Entrepreneurial Regions -the BMBF  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22285-6_38 fatcat:eans7rurbncovbzvb36din4u2u

Canada at a Crossroad: RDM and the Broader Digital Research Landscape

Jeffrey Moon
2019 Zenodo  
Canada is at a crossroad in the development of its Digital Research Infrastructure (DRI) strategy of which Research Data Management (RDM) a key component.  ...  This session will situate participants at this crossroad, describing the landscape and the decisions faced by the Canadian RDM community and stakeholder partners.  ...  Teams convened to develop the RDM strategy have been feeding into broader RDM awareness and culture change on campuses -RDM strategies are setting the stage for future policy development -Portage Research  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3612444 fatcat:lrxsngjiujdcjpnvwao7qkzqp4
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