EDI’s newsletter for November 2018 has been sent to our email subscribers. It can also be found here.
The International Data Week (IDW) 2018 is hosted in Gaborone, Botswana (5-8 November, 2018) by the Botswana Open Science and Open Data Forum, bringing together data scientists, researchers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and data stewards from all disciplines and geographies across the globe. In connection with the IDW 2018, the Enabling FAIR Data Project is celebrating and promoting its Commitment Statement in the international earth, space, and environmental sciences community. You can support the #FAIRData movement by signing up to the Commitment Statement: as an individual, repository, publisher, community, society, institution or funder. “FAIR” is defined as Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable as defined by the FAIR Guiding Principles. Continue reading “Enabling FAIR Data”
EDI’s newsletter for October 2018 has been sent to our email subscribers. It can also be found here.
EDI co-organized and presented at several workshops at the LTER All Scientists’ Meeting (September 30 to October 4, 2018), spanning a range of topics such as “EML 2.2, dataset annotation” to “Datasets for Education” and “Ten Cool Features of the EDI Data Portal (You’ve Probably Never Used)”. For a complete list of EDI’s contributions, please see here. Continue reading “EDI at the 2018 LTER ASM Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA (30 September – 4 October 2018)”
Margaret O’Brien (UCSB, EDI) and John Porter (Virginia Coastal LTER) co-organized a workshop at the 2018 LTER ALL Scientists’ Meeting (Pacific Grove, CA, 30 September – 4 October 2018) on “Dataset annotation in EML 2.2”. You can find Margaret’s presentation slides here.