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I2S2 Requirements Gathering (work in progress) : I2S2 Models Workshop

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Patel, M. (2010) I2S2 Requirements Gathering (work in progress) : I2S2 Models Workshop. In: I2S2 Models Workshop, 2010-02-11 - 2010-02-11, Didcot. Link to official URL (if available): http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/projects/I2S2/events/modelling-workshop- 2010-feb/presentations/m-patel.ppt Opus: University of Bath Online Publication Store http://opus.bath.ac.uk/ This version is made available in accordance with publisher policies. Please cite only the published version using the reference above. See http://opus.bath.ac.uk/ for usage policies. Please scroll down to view the document. Requirements Gathering (work in progress) Manjula Patel, UKOLN & DCC I2S2 Models Workshop 11th February 2010 STFC, RAL, Didcot http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/projects/I2S2/ Outline D1.2 Requirements Report –  Requirements Analysis •  Desk study •  Data Management Planning Tools –  Immersive Studies –  Gap Analysis Objectives •  Identify requirements for a data-driven research infrastructure –  Understand localised data management practices –  Understand data management infrastructure in large centralised facilities •  Examine 3 complementary infrastructure axes: Scale and complexity: small lab equipment; institutional Installations; large scale facilities e.g. DLS & ISIS, STFC Inter-discipline: research across domain boundaries Data lifecycle: data flows and data transformations Desk Study •  The Data Imperative, Managing the UK?s research data for future use, UKRDS •  The UK Research Data Feasibility Study, Report and Recommendations to HEFCE, UKRDS,19th Dec 2008 •  Dealing with Data: Roles, Rights, Responsibilities and Relationships, Consultancy Report to JISC, Liz Lyon, 19th June 2007 •  Open Science at Web-Scale: Optimising Participation and Predictive Potential, Consultative Report to JISC and DCC, Liz Lyon, 6th November 2009 •  Advocacy to benefit from changes: Scholarly communications discipline

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