The Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) hosted a hackathon at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, June 11-13, 2019 to collaboratively design and develop software supporting data visualization. Ten participants, including LTER information managers, graduate students, and post-docs, enthusiastically joined this effort. For more information please see here.
EDI members conducted a workshop on publishing data packages in the EDI repository at the University of New Mexico (4-6 June, 2019). Participants were trained along with EDI’s 9 Summer 2019 Fellows. For more information please see here.
EDI is hosting a workshop at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM on 4-6 June 2019 on how to create metadata compliant to the Ecological Metadata Language (EML) standard, prepare quality controlled data packages and how to publish the data in the EDI data repository. The goal of this workshop is to enhance research projects’ efficiency in archiving their data packages in accordance with the standards developed by the ecological research community. For more information see here.
- Workshop: June 4 – 6, 2019, UNM, Albuquerque, NM
- Travel days: June 3 and June 7, 2019
- Application deadline: April 26, 2019
- Participation acceptance information: May 3, 2019
The Environmental Data Initiative invites you to participate in the continuing development of the Information Management Code Registry with a hackathon at UNM in Albuquerque, NM on June 10 – June 14, 2019 (Monday, June 10 and Friday, June 14 are travel days). All coders and wannabe coders who have at least some experience with R or Python and an interest in writing new code or contributing existing code to the Registry are invited to contact us. EDI will cover all travel, meal and lodging expenses. The theme of this hackathon is “Data Visualization for Assessing Data Fitness for Use.”
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”