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Infrastructure for Integration in Structural Sciences

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I2S2-Progress-100517.ppt Patel, M. (2010) Infrastructure for Integration in Structural Sciences. In: JISC MRD Progress Workshop, 2010-05-17 - 2010- 05-18, Manchester. Link to official URL (if available): jiscmrd_progress_workshop.pdf Opus: University of Bath Online Publication Store This version is made available in accordance with publisher policies. Please cite only the published version using the reference above. See for usage policies. Please scroll down to view the document. Manjula Patel JISC MRD Progress Meeting Manchester Conference Centre 17-18th May 2010 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 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 laboratory to institutional Installations to large scale facilities e.g. DLS & ISIS, STFC Interdisciplinary issues: research across domain boundaries Data lifecycle: data flows and data transformations over time University of Cambridge (Earth Sciences) DLS & ISIS, STFC EPSRC National Crystallography Service University of Cambridge (Chemistry) Research Infrastructure Physical, technical, informational and human resources essential for researchers to undertake high-quality research: –  Tools –  Instrumentation –  Computer systems and platforms –  Software –  Communication networks –  Documentation and metadata –  Technical support (both human and automated) Progress Outline •  Requirements Gathering •  Use Case Studies & Pilot Implementations •  Integrated Informatio

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