The topic of th March Tech Talk will be
Due to US speakers hook-up with US Earth Science Information Partners, this Friday's Tech Talk will commence at 8am Perth time.
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Time: Friday, 1 March 2019 from 8am-9am Perth time (11:00 am to 12:30 pm (AEDT)
Several ESIP presenters (details to follow);
The ESIP Information Quality Cluster (IQC) has been active since 2014 covering a broad spectrum of topics related to information quality in Earth sciences. The cluster’s vision is to “become internationally recognized as an authoritative and responsive information resource for guiding the implementation of data quality standards and best practices of the science data systems, datasets, and data/metadata dissemination services.” The IQC considers four aspects of quality – Data Quality, Product Quality, Stewardship Quality and Service Quality.
Dr Kelsey Drucken, Data Collections Manager (Acting), National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Canberra
Title: A Data Quality Strategy to enable FAIR, programmatic access across large diverse data collections for High Performance Data Analysis
Contact: Kelsey.Druken -at- anu.edu.au
See recent paper in Informatics: https://doi.org/10.3390/informatics4040045.
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