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Re: [External] [rda-pid-ig] Topics for the PID IG Session at the next Plenary at IDW

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  • #65538

    Mark
    Member

    Hi Maggie,
    I like this idea. I also copy Matt Mayernik, who is leading a similar session at ESIP in July. The session will explore the overall PID landscape (in Earth science) and examine use case for different types of PIDs. This could inform an RDA session..
    cheers,
    -m.
    Mark A. Parsons
    Research Scientist
    University of Alabama in Huntsville
    NASA Chief Science Data Office
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    RDA Admin
    Organizer

    Hi all,
    As Mark said, we will be conducting a session titled “Persistent
    Identifiers: Use Cases and PID Types” at the ESIP meeting in July. As of
    now, I plan to be at the IDW meeting this fall, so would be happy to
    participate in a RDA session that builds on this topic. Here is the ESIP
    session summary, which has a few more details about our goals and hoped-for
    outcomes.
    Our basic premise is that the PID ecosystem is large and expanding, and
    many use cases exist for PIDs. But not all PID systems are equally
    applicable to all use cases. So we are hoping to get some traction on
    better understanding which PIDs are most appropriate for different use
    cases.
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Az33BymKLyc_A4HtTq4Wu45wsUFHy1wrAwlO
    Best regards,
    Matt
    On Thu, Jun 1, 2023 at 1:54 PM Rory Macneil
    wrote:

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