IG meeting in 12 hours [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

28 Feb 2017
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Hi all,
The next Europe-friendly RDA Research Data Provenance Interest Group meeting is on in 12 hours.
1. Minutes from last meeting
    * https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QOewVy6JHhVP5MsdMDXVBNolz-HL9GH33n9S...
2. WG Case document submitted
* progress to be communicated
3. Demo of Use Cases from other RDA Groups
* we need to start to soliciting these or making them, we don't have them yet
4. Call for papers coming up
* ASABE Annual Conference
* Classification Soc. Annual Conference - California USA, June
* Talk submission deadline - May 1
* TaPP '18
* I have emailed Sarah Cohen-Boulakia to find out
* BRESCI 2017
* Final deadlines for submission of papers - 12th March
* International Semantic Web Conference
* Papers Submission Deadline - April 7
* TPDL 2017
* Submission deadline for Full and Short papers - April 7, 2017
* MODSIM 2017
* Expression of interest – title, 250-500 word summary - April 28, 2017
* AGU Fall 2017
* refer to Leslie's email today to group
5. Member reports
* Any other items emailed to Nick/Dave/Ming before the meeting!
Meeting details are quoted below.
Meeting Details
Los Angeles, USA Tue, 28 Feb 2017 at 6:00 am PST
Chicago, USA Tue, 28 Feb 2017 at 8:00 am CST
London, United Kingdom Tue, 28 Feb 2017 at 2:00 pm GMT
Paris, France Tue, 28 Feb 2017 at 3:00 pm CET
Tokyo, Japan Tue, 28 Feb 2017 at 11:00 pm JST
Canberra, Australia Wed, 1 Mar 2017 at 1:00 am AEDT
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  • Matthew Jones's picture

    Author: Matthew Jones

    Date: 28 Feb, 2017

    Hi Nick --
    I'd love to join the call, but unfortunately won't be able to tomorrow. So,
    an email instead...
    As you are looking for Provenance use cases, you might find our DataONE
    provenance use cases useful, which were compiled with some carbon modeling
    scientists and ecological scientists to drive our provenance development in
    DataONE. You can see them on GitHub here:
    We have implemented all of these using tools in R and Matlab (except #45A)
    using ProvONE, a specialization of PROV that provides a cross-repository
    vocabulary for describing both retrospective provenance (e.g., execution
    traces) and prospective provenance (e.g., workflow structure). The current
    version of ProvONE is at https://purl.dataone.org/provone-v1-dev
    We embed ProvONE documents in RDF ORE resource maps when submitting them to
    our repositories for storage and indexing, and then use the info to drive
    web displays and search systems.
    Maybe people on the call will be interested in the DataONE work, which we
    recently presented at IDCC17 [1].
    [1] Yang Cao, Peter Slaughter, Christopher Jones, Matthew B. Jones, Qiwen
    Wang, Duc Vu, Priyaa Thavasimani, Qian Zhang, Timothy McPhillips, Paolo
    Missier, Lauren Walker,
    Dave Vieglais, Bertram Ludäscher. Demo Paper: Demonstrating Hybrid
    Provenance Queries from Script Runs. International Digital Curation
    Conference (IDCC17). February 21, 2017.
    On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 5:16 PM, ***@***.*** <
    ***@***.***> wrote:

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