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© S.J. Coles 2006 Institutional Data Repositories for Chemistry Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, U.K. firstname.lastname@example.org
© S.J. Coles 2006 Why? Funding Body Viewpoint
© S.J. Coles 2006 Why? Curation in the Laboratory Data from experiments conducted as recently as six months ago might be suddenly deemed important, but those researchers may never find those numbers – or if they did might not know what those numbers meant Lost in some research assistants computer, the data are often irretrievable or an undecipherable string of digits To vet experiments, correct errors, or find new breakthroughs, scientists desperately need better ways to store and retrieve research data Data from Big Science is … easier to handle, understand and archive. Small Science is horribly heterogeneous and far more vast. In time Small Science will generate 2-3 times more data than Big Science. Lost in a Sea of Science Data S.Carlson, The Chronicle of Higher Education (23/06/2006)
© S.J. Coles 2006 Why? Publishing and the Data Deluge 30,000,000 1.5,000,000 450,000
© S.J. Coles 2006 Why? Publishing Data and Information Loss
© S.J. Coles 2006 Separating Data from Interpretations Underlying data (Institutional data repository) Intellect & Interpretation (Journal article, report, etc)
© S.J. Coles 2006 Data capture and curation at the point of generation in the laboratory The Repository for the Laboratory – R4L
© S.J. Coles 2006 Laboratory IRs and Information Management
© S.J. Coles 2006 The R4L Repository Deposit Search / Browse Create new compoundAdd experiment data and metadata
© S.J. Coles 2006 Data dissemination and curation by the scientist and host institution eBank-UK and the eCrystals Repository
© S.J. Coles 2006 The eCrystals Data Archive http://ecrystals.chem.soton.ac.uk
© S.J. Coles 2006 Metadata Publication Using simple Dublin Core Crystal structure Title (Systematic IUPAC Name) Authors Affiliation Creation Date Additional chemical information through Qualified Dublin Core Empirical formula International Chemical Identifier (InChI) Compound Class & Keywords Specifies which datasets are present in an entry DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1594/ecrystals.chem.soton.ac.uk/145 Rights & Citation http://ecrystals.chem.soton.ac.uk/rights.html Application Profile http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/projects/ebank-uk/schemas/
© S.J. Coles 2006 Metadata and Data Quality Control Data manipulation toolbox Associated Metadata Value added Format conversion
© S.J. Coles 2006 Laboratory Data Management and Archive
© S.J. Coles 2006 Institutional data repositories and harvesting, aggregation and curation by data centres and third party services eBank-UK Phase 3 – The eCrystals Federation
© S.J. Coles 2006 Aggregator services Institutional data repositories Validation Deposit Publication Validation Data analysis, transformation, mining, modelling Search, harvest Presentation services / portals Data discovery, linking, citation Laboratory repository Deposit The eCrystals Global Federation Model Publishers: peer- review journals, conference proceedings, etc Curation Preservation Subject Repository Institution Library & Information Services
© S.J. Coles 2006 Exploring the heterogeneous landscape of data repositories Different software platforms Different administrative domains Different Institutional structure Institutional vs Subject repositories Data Repository InteroperabilityORE
© S.J. Coles 2006 Preservation and curation by data centres & Institutions G bytes M bytes k bytes Institution Library & Information Services
© S.J. Coles 2006 Harvesting, aggregation, value addition and curation by data centres
© S.J. Coles 2006 The relationship with (conventional?) publication protocols and procedures Discipline-based publication Domain-based publication Open Access publication
© S.J. Coles 2006 Aggregation, linking and information provision by third party services Indexing and aggregating with other datasets Aggregating and linking between datasets and articles Integration into information portals
EPrints - Introducing EPrints 3 Software William J Nixon Digital Library Development Manager, University of Glasgow With many thanks to Les Carr and the.
IATUL Porto, May 21, 2006 DOI and e-Science Dr Anne E Trefethen Oxford e-Research Centre
Preserv Preservation Eprint Services Scenario: Digital lifecycle begins with author creation and deposit of paper or data content into the institutional.
Open Access - Where are we so far? Bill Hubbard SHERPA Project Manager University of Nottingham.
AHM, Nottingham, September eBank UK : linking research data, scholarly communication and learning. Dr Liz Lyon, UKOLN, University of Bath Dr Simon.
A centre of expertise in digital information management UKOLN is supported by: Data Repositories and JISC Repository Landscape Mahendra.
S.J. Coles a*, M.B. Hursthouse a, R.A. Stephenson a, P. Cliff b, E. Lyon b, M. Patel b J. Downing c & P. Murray-Rust.
© S.J. Coles 2006 Usability WS, NeSC Jan 06 Enabling the reusability of scientific data: Experiences with designing an open access infrastructure for sharing.
Crystal Structure EPrints: Source Through the Open Archive Initiative S.J. Coles a*, J.G. Frey a, M.B. Hursthouse a, L. Carr b & C.J. Gutteridge.
Opening the Research Data Lifecycle Workshop Capturing and Sharing Research Data Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, U.K.
© S.J. Coles 2006 Digital Repositories as a Mechanism for the Capture, Management and Dissemination of Chemical Data Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University.
Linking Data and Publications: the Chemistry Way Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, U.K. CLADDIER workshop.
Data and Publication Discovery Brian Matthews, Information Management Group, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory CLADDIER workshop, Chilworth, Southampton,
Chemistry research data in the modern age: A clear need for curation expertise Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, U.K.
S.J. Coles a*, J.G. Frey a, M.B. Hursthouse a, L. Carr b & C.J. Gutteridge b. a School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, UK.; b School of Electronics.
RCUK, Octiber Archiving research data and research publications. Dr Leslie Carr, Intelligence, Agents Multimedia, University of Southampton Dr Simon.
© S.J. Coles 2006 eCrystals: A Route for Open Access to Small Molecule Crystal Structure Data Simon Coles School of Chemistry, University of Southampton,
Why metadata matters for libraries... Rachel Heery UKOLN: The UK Office for Library and Information Networking, University of Bath
UKOLN is supported by: Enhanced support for eScience: the role of Digital Libraries Digital Libraries Go eScience, ECDL, Alicante September 2006 Rachel.
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