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Research Objects For Everyday Use

Carl Kesselman

Overview:

  • What does it mean to have a scientific “result”
  • Science must be reproducible..
  • Lets focus on the data...
  • Reproducible Data is FAIR
  • GOAL: FAIR Collaboration
  • Knowledge Turns and Publication
  • What does it mean to have research objects in daily use
  • Minimal Identifiers (Minids)
  • Large Multi-File Datasets: Big Data Bags
  • Research Objects: rich metadata for bags
  • Large, multi-file datasets
  • Scientific Digital Asset Management
  • Discovery Environment for Relational Information and
    Versioned Assets (DERIVA)

Invited Keynote at RO2018
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  • Karl Popper, 1959. The logic of scientific discovery. Hutchinson, London, United Kingdom.
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