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Wednesday, July 17 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
The Information Management Code Registry: Software Solutions for Information Management Needs

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The Information Management Code Registry (IMCR) enhances the use and value of Earth Science data by facilitating discovery of software solutions for information management needs. Our primary goal with the IMCR is to create a comprehensive registry of information management software that is searchable by task (e.g. quality control) and other attributes (e.g. science domain). Our secondary goal is to highlight coverage gaps and help shift redundant effort to new development. In this session, we report on the accomplishment of the primary goal and present plans for attaining the second. Additionally, we will run group activities and discussions to: (1) Test and refine discoverability-, (2) inform identification of coverage gaps, (3) explore the benefit of adding non-generalized, but unique and useful, scripts developed for a single purpose, and (4) collectively cogitate on the general utility of the IMCR and how to maximize its value.

Presenter: Colin Smith
Presentation Title: The Information Management Code Registry: Software Solutions for Information Management Needs
Slides: https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.8947118

Session recording is here.

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Colin Smith

Data manager, Environmental Data Initiative (EDI)
I work on accelerating the archive and reuse of data in ecological science. My interests are in software development and data harmonization.
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Kristin Vanderbilt

Research Associate Professor, University of New Mexico

Wednesday July 17, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
Room 317
  Room 317, Breakout