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What is an Acceptable Data Repository? - UFII training workshop - October 10, 2017

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What is an Acceptable Data Repository? - UFII training workshop - October 10, 2017
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Data Management/Curation Working Group Agenda/Notes
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Smith, Plato
Yuan, Linfang
Norton, Hannah
Deumens, Erik
Ridgewell, Natalie
Hawley, Haven
Durant, Flecther
Gonzalez, Sara
Kiszla, Sara
Gitzendanner, Matt
VanKleeck, David
Neu, Ed
Taylor, Lauire
Leonard, Michelle
Maxwell, Dan
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Gainesville, FL
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George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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Data management
Data curation
Training

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Meeting notes for the UF Data Management / Curation Working Group.

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WHAT IS AN ACCEPTABLE DATA REPOSITORY?Plato Smith, Ph.D., Data Management Librarian UF Informatics Institute, 11:30 am 12:00 pm October 10, 2017

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1.Concepts, Models, and Standards2.Repositories3.Acceptable Repositories4.ReferencesTABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.ISO 17421:2012 (CCSDSS 650.0.P 1.1) Open Archival Information System (OAIS) reference model is an archive, consisting of an organization, which may be part of a larger organization, of people and systems that has accepted the responsibility to preserve information and make it available for a designated community.2.Data Seal of Approval (DSA) 16 repository requirements that follow five criteria: (a) data can be found on the Internet, (b) data are accessible (clear rights and licenses), (c) data are in a usable format, (d) data re reliable, and (e) data are identified in a unique and persistent way so that they can be referred to3.DSA WDS Partnership Working Group Catalogue of Common Requirements Core certification involves a minimally intensive process whereby digital repositories supply evidence that they are sustainable and trustworthy. (e.g. USGS)CONCEPTS, MODELS, AND STANDARDS

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1.Institutional Repository (good)IR @ UF2.General data repository (better)Zenodo (OAIScognizant and DSA expected)3.Discipline specific data repository (best)Re3dataUSGSREPOSITORIES(EXAMPLES)

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1.AHA Approved Data Repositories https:// goo.gl/P7QQnr 2.Data Repositories Conformant with the DOT Public Access Plan 3. https :// goo.gl/2JhYC1 4.Re3data (registry of research data repositories) http://www.re3data.org / 5.USGS Acceptable Digital Repositories for USGS Scientific Publications and Data https:// goo.gl/sKDmUv ACCEPTABLE REPOSITORIES

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1.American Heart Association (AHA) Open Science Policy Statements for AHA Funded Research https://goo.gl/AeTYDZ 2.DSA WDS Partnership Working Group Catalogue of Common Requirements https:// goo.gl/B9x4vp 3.NCBI Gene Expression Omnibus https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo / 4.USGS Acceptable Digital Repositories for USGS Scientific Publications and Data https:// goo.gl/sKDmUv REFERENCES

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Contact information:Data Management and Curation Working Group (DMCWG), DATAMGMT [at]LISTS[dot]UFL[dot]EDU Plato Smith, Data Management Librarian, plato.smith [at] ufl [dot] edu Thank you Questions/Comments