RDA Fifth Plenary Meeting

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Website: RDA Fifth Plenary Meeting
When: March 8-February 11 2015
Where: Paradise Point Hotel San Diego, California USA
Description:
RDA is pleased to announce that the United States will be hosting its Fifth Plenary Meeting in San Diego, California from March 9 -11, 2015, at the beautiful Paradise Point Hotel.

For those unfamiliar with RDA, the Plenaries are multi-day meetings held twice a year in various locations worldwide to provide the RDA community an opportunity to network and collaborate with peers in various disciplines, and hear from industry experts and world leaders on topics related to research data sharing and exchange.

Celebrating its second year as an international organization, RDA will highlight the accomplishments of its membership. With the theme, “Adopt-a-Deliverable”, focus will be on the outputs from the initial set of RDA Working Groups, and on ensuring lasting impact in the research data sharing community through adoption by other organizations.

Publications

Zednik, S., Ma, X., Erickson, J.S., West, P., and Fox, P. 2015. Adoption of RDA DTR and PID in Deep Carbon Observatory Data Portal. In Proceedings of RDA Fifth Plenary Meeting (March 8-February 11 2015, Paradise Point Hotel San Diego, California USA).

Ma, X., Erickson, J.S., West, P., Zednik, S., and Fox, P. 2015. Data types and persistent identifiers in the Deep Carbon Observatory Data Portal. In Proceedings of RDA Fifth Plenary Meeting (March 8-February 11 2015, Paradise Point Hotel San Diego, California USA).

Zednik, S., Fox, P., and West, P. 2015. Linked Vocabulary API for publication of SKOS vocabularies on the web. In Proceedings of RDA Fifth Plenary Meeting (March 8-February 11 2015, Paradise Point Hotel San Diego, California USA).

Attending

We need to present:
1) A number of use cases: ​http://tw.rpi.edu/web/project/DCO-DS/WorkingGroups/RDA#usecases
2) Requirements - This is in the RDA call for proposals
3) Development design - This is in our proposal. But now seems we will first follow a slightly different approach given the short timeline. More details see below.
4) Architecture design - We can apply two approaches for the DTR. One is the design shown in our proposal. That is, to have a separate DTR organizing all the data types while DCO-VIVO will communicate with it. The other, is to have the functionality of DTR completely within DCO-VIVO.