Dates: June 22, 2018 12:30 to 14:00
Location: Davos, Switzerland
Venue: POLAR 2018 Open Science Conference
This hands-on session will cover (1) Open data archives, especially the Arctic Data Center; (2) What science metadata is and how it can be used; (3) How data and code can be documented and published in open data archives; (4) Web-based submission, and (5) Submission using R (pending sufficient time).
The Arctic Data Center conducts training in data science and management,
both of which are critical skills for stewardship of data, software, and other
products of research that are preserved at the Arctic Data Center.
In this hands-on session, we will cover:
- About open data archives, especially the Arctic Data Center
- What science metadata is and how it can be used
- How data and code can be documented and published in open data archives
- Web-based submission
- Submission using R (extra credit, likely insufficient time)
Work on this package was supported by:
- NSF award #1546024 to M. B. Jones, S. Baker-Yeboah, A. Budden, J. Dozier, and M. Schildhauer
Additional support was provided for working group collaboration by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, a Center funded by the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the State of California.