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Data to Insight Center Initiatives: Documentation

Provenance and Metadata

The Data to Insight Center has a strong focus in metadata and provenance. The center champions widespread preservation of scientific data, and is a strong advocate for the need for tools that can capture metadata and provenance automatically, thereby reducing manual capture.

The center supports the XMC Cat metadata catalog, a catalog capable of hosting metadata in multiple community XML schemas simultaneously. The XMC Cat web page is at project page. It was in use in the NSF Linked Environments for Atmospheric Discovery (LEAD) project (2003-2009) and is being used in the WIYN Consortium's One-Degree Imager project and the Social-Ecological Informatics project.

GENI Engineering Conference (GEC14) NetKarma Tutorial

Resources

Do you have a question on XMC Cat or have you run into issues? If so, please email us at: xmccat@rtinfo.indiana.edu

Design Discussions

This section contains links to pages for design discussions on metadata and provenance related tools developed by the Data to Insight Center, including XMC Cat and Karma.

XMC Cat Design Discussions

Karma Design Discussions

Cloud Computing

Recently emerged hydrodynamic coastal ocean models such as the Sea, Lake and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model have high resource requirements and consist of ensemble applications which require high throughput computing. Cloud is best suitable for such computationally intense burst uses of embarrassingly parallel tasks. We are currently working on using Trident Workflow Workbench and Sigiri resource-scheduler to orchestrate and execute SLOSH ensemble tasks on Azure Cloud.

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Curation/Preservation

Curating and preserving scientific data and ensuring its continued access has emerged as a major initiative for both funding agencies and academic institutions. Digital curation includes the processes, organizations, and technologies needed to maintain scientific data and add value to it over time.

  • SEAD (Sustainable Environment - Actionable Data, pronounced "seed") is a collaboration between the University of Michigan, Indiana University, and the University of Illinois.

For more information see Project webpage

Socio-Ecological Informatics

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Computational Humanities

Hathitrust Research Center

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