looking through past presentations, I did not find a good option that
displays very concisely in one slide what our group has achieved and
what the specification is all about. Based on our P10 outputs
presentation I've drafted a single slide, see attached. Comments welcome
- I want to put this on our entry page or link to it from our
recommendation page if possible.
- ATTENTION: NEW PHONE NUMBER, SEE BELOW -
Dr. Tobias Weigel
Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum GmbH (DKRZ)
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Phone: +49 40 460094-431
Geschäftsführer: Prof. Dr. Thomas Ludwig
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Research Data Collections in one slide
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Author: Larry Lannom
Date: 22 Feb, 2018
Its good as is, but I have a few comments regardless:
Any way to sneak in the wonderfully recursive notion that a collection of digital objects is itself a digital object? Perhaps a second phrase after
(Research) data management beyond single objects
Manage a collection of objects as an object in and of itself
I find the small diagram in which a collection descends from a service to be a little obscure. I understand it but I’m not sure its helpful. I can imagine other, much more elaborate diagrams, that show collections, encompassing members, sharing some services universally and some services selectively, perhaps using colors or some sort of differently shaped portals into the collections, but nothing that would fit on this slide.
Author: Bridget Almas
Date: 22 Feb, 2018
I think the slide is good but also agree with Larry's comments. Not sure
it's feasible but is there maybe a way to include the slice of the GDOC
slide which shows a collection as a digital object?
Sorry I can't be there in Berlin...
Author: Tobias Weigel
Date: 23 Feb, 2018
thank you for your thoughts so far. I agree that the recursive notion
should be visible, but I also don't want to stir up semantic issues on
this overview slide. But for now, I've taken Larry's suggested
formulation into the slide.
Tom suggested he can draft a better diagram and I think this is good.
I'll also review the slides again next week; a better diagram is
definitely needed, and I also like Bridget's suggestion to display the
'collection as an object' notion somehow in there.