2018 Data Fair Workshops at AGU Schedule
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Data Fair Workshop Schedule (AGU 2018; Exhibit Hall AGU Central Theater)
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Don't forget to check out the other Data Fair events at http://bit.ly/2018AGUFAIRData
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TUESDAY (12/11)10:30Kathryn Meyer, Matt Jones, Amber BuddenArctic Data CenterStreamlining Data Discovery in the ArcticThe Arctic data community is working to streamline data archiving and discoverability for the Arctic research community through a variety of initiatives, including the NSF Arctic Data Center, DataONE, and the recently established Polar Federated Search Working Group (POLDER). Come learn about advances in our ability to discover and preserve Arctic data, and join in the discussion to share ways we can further support Arctic research, data management, and data preservation.
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TUESDAY (12/11)11:30Kaelin Cawley, Cove SturtevantNational Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)Using the NEON Data Portal and Data ProductsNEON is a continental-scale observatory serving observational, instrumented, and remote sensing data through an online data portal that is freely available to all users. We will provide a brief overview of the data portal functionality and then show users some of the tools created to improve data useablility.
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TUESDAY (12/11)13:30Nancy HoebelheinrichKnowledge MotifsResearch Data Management Training: A Curated Finding ToolFinding useful training on practical data skills development and practices takes time and effort -- and then there’s the training time! You can get a jumpstart on finding and assessing the range of available training materials by using the ESIP-hosted Data Management Training Clearinghouse (DMTC). The DMTC is a community supported registry of key descriptive information about vetted training resources on research data skills development and management practices that have been submitted by science data experts from all over the world. This workshop will show you what's in the ever-growing inventory of training, and how to best use the DMTC.
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TUESDAY (12/11)14:30Nanci BompeyAGULive from the R/V AtlantisAn Early Career Scientist training expedition on the research vessel Atlantis will be investigating recent volcanism and hydrothermal activity on the East Pacific Rise axis with the human-occupied submersible Alvin and autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry during the week of the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting. Scientists on the ship will be broadcasting live to the AGU booth to discuss the expedition and answer questions from meeting attendees.
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TUESDAY (12/11)15:30Daniella LowenbergDryadDryad: Community UpdateDryad and CDL have partnered to launch a new community model and Dryad service. Join us to hear about our new membership model and the new features we will be launching in Dryad!
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TUESDAY (12/11)16:30Ana Pinheiro PrivetteAmazonDriving Sustainability Innovation with Open Data and Cloud TechnologyAccess to foundational data and scalable infrastructure in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud is leading to innovative solutions to sustainability problems. By combining authoritative massive datasets with state-of-the-art analysis tools AWS customers are able to analyze any volume of data without needing to acquire and store their own copy. We share examples of how the Amazon cloud is enabling innovate work in the sustainability space by leveraging access to open data in the cloud.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
10:30Shelley Stall, Kerstin LehnertAGU, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia UniversityEditor/Reviewer Open and FAIR New Data GuidelinesJournals are implementing new author guidelines for data to promate data sharing and data citation in support of a larger effort working towards open and FAIR data. This workshop will review those new guidelines along with tools and resoures available to editors, reviewers, and authors.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
11:30Colin SmithEnvironmental Data InitiativeStreamline data archiving workflowsData archiving workflows are composed of several interlinking tasks, many of which can be automated and streamlined. This demonstration implements open source tools to replace manual processes with automated ones.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
12:30Karl Benedict, Amber Budden, Matt JonesDataONEDataONE: Engaging Community for Sustainable InfrastructureFunded initially as a DataNet Project, DataONE is building an engaged global community in support of infrastructure and training around data sharing and reproducible research. In this session we will share an overview of DataONE progress to date, encourage participation in a discussion about current needs for better discovery and preservation of data, and explore mechanisms for increased community contribution to the future direction of DataONE. We will focus on challenges and opportunities in the contemporary data management and discovery landscape, and solicit feedback on areas of greatest need and opportunity.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
13:30Natalie MeyersUniversity of Notre DameOpen Science Framework for Reproducible ResearchOpen Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source platform where researchers can collaborate, share data, show their research process and document their research. OSF is a scholarly project management repository that supports researchers across their entire project lifecycle developed by Center for Open Science (COS; http://cos.io/), a non-profit technology and culture change organization with a mission to improve the openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research. EarthArXiv is a geoscience pre-print server hosted at COS that complements Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr).
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
14:30Nanci BompeyAGULive from the R/V AtlantisAn Early Career Scientist training expedition on the research vessel Atlantis will be investigating recent volcanism and hydrothermal activity on the East Pacific Rise axis with the human-occupied submersible Alvin and autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry during the week of the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting. Scientists on the ship will be broadcasting live to the AGU booth to discuss the expedition and answer questions from meeting attendees.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
15:30Matt Jones, Amber BuddenDataONEData Management 101: Best PracticesData Management is an increasingly important skill set; funding agencies require data management plans, journals require that data and resulting software be accessible, and society is increasingly expecting that research be reproducible. Researcher with good data skills will be able to maximize the productivity of their research program, effectively and efficiently share their data and other research products with the scientific community, and potentially benefit from the re-use of their data by others. In this session we will prvoide guidance on best -practices for data management aross the data lifecycle.
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WEDNESDAY (12/12)
16:30Natalie MeyersUniversity of Notre DameOrvium: Transparent and Open Science powered by blockchainOrvium is an open source and decentralized framework for managing publication life cycles and their associated data. Orvium’s blockchain technology and decentralized storage support a public, fully traceable, and trustworthy record of the publication process at a minimal cost. Orvium introduces a disruptive business model into the research publication market through a unique combination of four core technologies: 1. blockchain and smart contracts; 2. decentralized storage 3. cloud computing; 4. big data analytics and machine learning. At this talk the Orvium beta will be introduced and there will be plenty of time for questions and conversation about blockchain and publishing.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
10:30Trisha Cruse, Amber BuddenMake Data CountMake Data CountLet’s value data like we value articles. Join us to hear about how repositories can implement standardized usage metrics & data citations, and how researchers can value data as first class research objects.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
11:30Nick JarboeScripps Institution of OceanographyUploading Data to the MagIC Paleomagnetic DatabaseFirst, a short overview of the functionality of the MagIC website (https://www.earthref.org/MagIC) and the simplified 3.0 data model. Next, a demo the online upload system that has many interactive features to ease the mapping of your data to the MagIC data model. Finally, bring your data to upload and we can help.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
13:30Kathryn Meyer, Matt JonesArctic Data CenterHow to Reproducibly Preserve your ScienceBeing able to reproducibly preserve your science requires creating quality metadata. We'll teach the basics for writing a quality metadata record to fulfill funder requirements, uphold community best practices, and benefit the research community (and yourself) both now and into the future. The Arctic Data Center's metadata editor will be used to demo a quality metadata record submission.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
14:30Nanci BompeyAGULive from the R/V AtlantisAn Early Career Scientist training expedition on the research vessel Atlantis will be investigating recent volcanism and hydrothermal activity on the East Pacific Rise axis with the human-occupied submersible Alvin and autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry during the week of the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting. Scientists on the ship will be broadcasting live to the AGU booth to discuss the expedition and answer questions from meeting attendees.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
15:30Karl BenedictUniversity of New MexicoCommunication and Reproduction using Notebooks (R and Jupyter) - BenedictCommunicating research processes and results, and sharing analysis workflows has become increasingly straightforward through the availability of interactive notebook environments such as RStudio and Jupyter Notebooks. This workshop will provide a high level introduction to notebook concepts and their implementation in both of these environments.
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THURSDAY (12/13)
16:30Jeremy FischerJetstreamIntroduction to Jetstream Cloud - a science and education cloudJetstream is an NSF-funded cloud for researchers who need advanced computation or an experimental sandbox. It's also for instructors teaching students how to do advanced research. In this session we'll talk about Jetstream and show a brief demo of the Atmosphere interface.
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FRIDAY (12/14)11:30Shelley Stall, Kerstin LehnertAGU, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia UniversityEditor/Reviewer Open and FAIR New Data GuidelinesJournals are implementing new author guidelines for data to promate data sharing and data citation in support of a larger effort working towards open and FAIR data. This workshop will review those new guidelines along with tools and resoures available to editors, reviewers, and authors.
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