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# D5.2 First Report on Data Infrastructure update and extension

Richards Julian

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<dc:contributor>Binding Ceri</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Tudhope Doug</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Bardi Alessia</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Meghini Carlo</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Felicetti Achille</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Theodoridou Maria</dc:contributor>
<dc:contributor>Williams Stephanie</dc:contributor>
<dc:creator>Richards Julian</dc:creator>
<dc:date>2020-06-08</dc:date>
<dc:description>The deliverable reports the work done in Tasks 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and 5.7 during the initial 18 months, i.e. period 1 of the project, assessing it and planning the related activities for the second period, i.e. months 19-36. Work done under Task 5.6 has previously been reported under D5.1. related activity is reported in D4.1 ARIADNEplus seeks to update and extend the research data infrastructure delivered within the preceding ARIADNE project (2013-17). It extends ARIADNE in several dimensions:

1. Wider geographical coverage with new partners.

2. Wider disciplinary coverage with a greater emphasis on the sub-domains of palaeoanthropology, bioarchaeology, environmental archaeology, material sciences, dating methods, and on the archaeology of standing structures.

3. The time span considered.

4. The depth of database integration, with a greater degree of item-level integration.

5. Greater integration of texts.

7. Greater range of services.

This deliverable describes the update procedures, which are being followed by partners, and introduces the steps in the aggregation pipeline. There are two options for aggregation: the standard approach using a suite of tools for the semi-automated aggregation of large data-sets, and a basic approach for the manual upload of small numbers of records. The majority of partners use the standard approach, which has been developed and tested on over 1m records from UoY-ADS, from a range of datasets. Aggregation proceeds according to an agreed priority list. ARIADNE subject types are agreed, and partners choose whether they will upload their data via XML files, or automated harvesting methods, such as OAI-PMH. Partners following the standard approach must:

1. Describe their data according to the AO-Cat using the 3M tool, usually with one mapping per partner

2. Map subject terms to the Getty AAT using the Vocabulary Matching Tool

3. Define any period terms used so that they are uploaded to Perio.do

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