11 Works

CIDOC CRM Erlangen Owl implementation

So Sad
The Erlangen CRM / OWL is an OWL-DL 1.0 implementation of the CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (CIDOC CRM). It has been originally created by Bernhard Schiemann, Martin Oischinger and Günther Görz at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Department of Computer Science, Chair of Computer Science 8 (Artificial Intelligence) in cooperation with the Department of Museum Informatics at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nuremberg and the Department of Biodiversity Informatics at the Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig Bonn. It is...

RDA Europe Science Workshop 2014

Leif Laaksonen Bernard Schutz
Each year RDA Europe invited leading scientists to interact with them about urgent needs in data management and data science. Since RDA in general is attractive for data practitioners we felt that it is of great importance to have a platform for interactions with leading scientists from various disciplines. The doc summarises the essentials from the workshop in 2014 in Munich.

Recommendations for Implementing a Virtual Layer for Management of the Complete Life Cycle of Scientific Data

Peter Wittenburg Tobias Weigel
The European Commission ask us to present recommendations of what according to RDA should be done next. This document includes two aspects 1) typical recommendations that funders can pass through to applicants, 2) development of testbeds to test out what data fabric calls "Global Digital Object Cloud". This document was created by a large number of authors and Tobias Weigel and Peter Wittenburg operating as editors and submitted to the EC in January.

nffa

[Unknown]
a test for NFFA IDRP data

2014-04-02_beata_60_vhf

Ingemar Häggström
Data and overview plots

B2ACCESS presentation from CORBEL

Jens Jensen
This is a presentation given at the CORBEL meeting in Paris on behalf of EUDAT's B2ACCESS

LIFE+RESPIRA atmospheric gas concentrations, raw sensor data 2015-2016

Arturo Ariño
LIFE+RESPIRA (www.liferespira.eu) air quality data. Gas and particle sensor readings for 2015 and 2016. Raw, uncalibrated, geolocated data. Sensors mounted on volunteer's bicycles roaming the city of Pamplona during their daily commutes. Sensor frequency 5 Hz, readings averaged over last 10 seconds. Compressed CSV files, Approximately 11 million records, each containing about 40 parameters.

LTER Zöbelboden Austria vegetation data 1993 - 2014

T Dirnböck
Long-term forest vegetation data from LTER Zöbelboden Austria (1993-2014). Over the 90 ha study area, a rectangular grid of 100 by 100 m with 10x10 m permanent plots at every grid corner and the middle points (totaling to 165, excluding rock outcrops, and young plantations of less than 20 years) was established in 1993. Vegetation resurveys were made in 2005, 2010 and 2014. All vascular plant species occurring at the plots were recorded and their...

Thema's in databeleid

Marjan Grootveld
Overview of topics that (should) occur in a research data policy, extracted from Research Data (Management) policies and requirements from research performing, research funding, and research support organisations in several countries - in Dutch. For more information about the individual topics see (also in Dutch): Van Berchum, M. en Grootveld, M. (2016): Het beheren van onderzoeksdata. Handboek Informatiewetenschap. De Jong, A. S. M., Koren, M., de Niet, M. & Sieverts, E. (eds.). Alphen aan de...

Flow Cytometry Data and Fluorescence Microscopy Images of V79 and LN18 Cells Exposed to 250 kVp X Rays

Adam Cole
V79 and LN18 were exposed to 250 kVp x rays at doses from 0 to 3 Gy. The cells were then prepared for either flow cytometry or fluorescence microscopy 1.5 doubling times later. In the case of the microscopy, the cells were blocked from dividing using cytochalisin b. Imaging was done with a Nikon Eclispe CiS microscope using a 10x objective. The resulting images are contained in the data set. Flow cytometry was done using...

Flow Cytometry Data and Fluorescence Microscopy Images of V79 and LN18 Cells Exposed to 250 kVp X Rays

Adam Cole
V79 and LN18 were exposed to 250 kVp x rays at doses from 0 to 3 Gy. The cells were then prepared for either flow cytometry or fluorescence microscopy 1.5 doubling times later. In the case of the microscopy, the cells were blocked from dividing using cytochalisin b. Imaging was done with a Nikon Eclispe CiS microscope using a 10x objective. The resulting images are contained in the data set. Flow cytometry was done using...

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