Browse by Subject "data curation"
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(ACM, 2012)The open access movement has highlighted the barriers that exist for users to gain access to significant portions of the research literature. The open data approach seeks to extend the principles of open access to the data ...
(2013-12)The continuing proliferation of geological and biological data generated at scientifically significant sites (such as hot springs, coral reefs, volcanic fields and other unique, data-rich locales) has created a clear need ...
(2012-10-01)Today much information is transformed with XSLT, but there are no methods of documenting the provenance of the processed data, though there are a variety of methods to piece together such a history. This paper describes a ...
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Small Science: First Impressions of Curation Needs. Presentation at Digital Library Federation Fall Forum 2007. (2007-11-07)Presentation for the Digital Library Federation Fall Forum November 7, 2007 in Philadelphia, PA.
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Supplemental Files in Electronic Theses and Dissertations: Implications for Policy and Practice [Poster Abstract] (2013-01)With electronic deposit of theses and dissertations standard practice, the inclusion of supplemental files with these documents has also become more common. Supplemental files might include research protocols, data sets, ...
(2015-02)The description of methods used in producing data is essential information generally expected by scientists in reviewing and assessing the quality of data for reuse (Faniel & Jacobsen, 2010; Zimmerman, 2008). Given the ...
(2013-05)The rising expectations for public sharing of research data have triggered a greater awareness for describing and documenting data for potential use by a global community. For researchers, it is an opportunity to detail ...