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  1. The New Discovery ParadigmFor Science and Beyond… Todd King

  2. The One-Slide Version http://www.igpp.ucla.edu/public/tking/The-New-Discovery-Paradigm.pptx

  3. Vision A data cloud built with open metadata, open services, open sharing and standard formats. • This shifts the data focus so that:“What” is more important than “Where”. (the essence of a cloud) • Virtual Observatories (aggregators) are the interface to the cloud.

  4. Guiding PrinciplesFor Science Information Systems • A System with: • Involvement of scientists in each stage of the process • Openly accessible data that are independently scientifically usable. • Every resource has a Universal Resource Identifier (URI). • Preserve all available knowledge about a resource. • Provenance • Caveats • Annotations • Associations • Publications … Trusted archives

  5. Sharing Results

  6. QR Codes Lead to the Resource Landing Page for Resource

  7. … Leads to Analysis THEMIS-D: Solid State Telescope (SST): Energy flux spectrogram, electron/ion ground-calculated fluxes (30 keV - 300 keV). (spase://VMO/NumericalData/THEMIS/D/SST/PT3S) and THEMIS-D ESA electron/ion energy fluxes and moments (spase://VMO/NumericalData/THEMIS/D/ESA/PT3S) Magnetometer (FGM) data from THEMIS-D spase://VMO/NumericalData/THEMIS/D/FGM/PT0.0078125S

  8. …Leads to Publications and Sharing Results

  9. Behind the Scenes: Metadata Workflow Resources Data Provider Generation Domain Expert &Information Expert Quality Assurance Management Public Repository Private Repository Utilization Service Provider Virtual Observatory Objectives Researcher

  10. Challenges • Robustness • Its accessible and reliable. • Completeness • Its the most definitive source of information. • Quality Assurance • It can be trusted • Usability of Data Formats • One click rendering and analysis • Preservation • Keeping things safe for the future. • Seamless • Easily transition from data discovery to evaluation to analysis to publication.

  11. Meeting the Challenges • It takes effort to meet the challenges • This is best met as a social effort (many people working collectively) • Many of the challenges are being met by today’s virtual observatories in: • Astronomy (IVOA) • Planetary (PDS) • Heliophysics (HPDE) • Earth Science () • Further refinement and enhancements are happening now • Cross discipline usage and seamless integration remain a challenge to be met.

  12. Thank You!