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The Changing Research Data Paradigm. One agency’s response Changes to Implementation of NSF’s Data Sharing Policy. NOAA’s second annual Environmental Data Management Conference June 21, 2011 Silver Spring, MD. Proposed questions to be addressed. What is data management planning ?

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the changing research data paradigm

The Changing Research Data Paradigm

One agency’s response

Changes to Implementation of NSF’s Data Sharing Policy

NOAA’s second annual Environmental Data Management Conference

June 21, 2011

Silver Spring, MD.

proposed questions to be addressed
Proposed questions to be addressed
  • What is data management planning ?
  • Why do a plan?
  • How is it used throughout the DMP lifecycle?
  • Experience in DMP
    • Critical success factors
    • Best practices in DMP
  • Recommendations for NOAA as we embark on a DMP policy
  • Case Studies/Examples of existing plans
a means to an end
A means to an end
  • One of a variety of tools to efficiently and effectively advance the science, improve environment stewardship, provide accountability, and uphold the tenet of transparency
  • A vitally important form of scientific communication
  • “Customers don’t go to the hardware store to buy a ¼ drill, they go to buy a ¼ hole.
    • Theodore Levitt, Harvard Business School
poor data practice results in loss of information data entropy

Time of publication

Specific details

General details

Retirement or

career change

Information Content

Accident

Death

Time

(Michener et al. 1997)

Poor data practice results in loss of information(data entropy)
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ISO Digital Archive Reference Model

Data Management

Ingest

Access

Archival Storage

PRODUCER

CONSUMER

Administration

Preservation Planning

MANAGEMENT

Adapted from ISO 14721, Reference Model for an Open Archival Information System

process used by nsf
Process used by NSF
  • The development of the new guidelines engaged internal NSF staff, the NSB, and OMB
  • NSB and NSF leadership continue to examine the issue
  • As with the Board Impacts criteria, there will be an evolution in the development of “Best Practices” within the community
new data management plan requirements
New Data Management Plan Requirements
  • All proposals are required to include, as a supplementary doc, a data management plan of up to 2 pages.
    • Electronic enforcement
  • Plan should describe how the proposal will conform to NSF policy on dissemination and sharing of research results.
  • A valid Data Management Plan may include only the statement that no detailed plan is needed, as long a clear justification is provided.
  • Plan will be reviewed as part of the intellectual merit and/or broader impacts of the proposal.
context for dmp is key
Context for DMP is key
  • Differences in agency missions caution specific advice
  • Suggested pertinent questions to be considered
    • How will DMP be part of the full lifecycle of data?
    • How will the DMP contribute to NOAA’s mission?
    • How will the DMP make the science better?
examples and practices
Examples and practices
  • IPY – formal process
    • http://classic.ipy.org/international/joint-committee/data-management.htm
  • NCAR – good practices, but yet to be developed formal plan
  • DDC – very good resource
    • http://www.dcc.ac.uk/

http://classic.ipy.org/international/joint-committee/data-management.htm

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