Webinar – All about GARDIAN
This webinar by the Info and Data Management Community of Practice presents GARDIAN, the Global Agricultural Research Data Innovation & Acceleration Network. This session describes the different tools available in GARDIAN and presents the latest updates.
In this webinar, GARDIAN, the Global Agricultural Research Data Innovation & Acceleration Network, is presented. GARDIAN supports the exploration and visual querying of data, responsible data management towards open and FAIR outcomes, and secure data exchange and collaboration on code development and data analysis. During this webinar Medha Devare describes the different tools available in GARDIAN and present the latest updates.
Medha Devare – Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute and Module Lead at CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture
00:50:20 – If one does not tick the ‘I certify the PII were removed’ will the upload be blocked? – Elizabeth Arnaud (Alliance Bioversity-CIAT)
00:51:46 – Once the files are annotated with ontology terms, is there in GARDIAN a feature to run queries on these annotations using the ontology concepts IDs? – Elizabeth Arnaud (Alliance Bioversity-CIAT)
00:54:57 – You mentioned that historical datasets/publications can be described with FAIRscribe. What happen then, since it is likely that there is already an entry on a repository for the output. Will the entry be updated? Are the dataset annotations also pushed? The format of the file that you downloaded from the VMapper tool was ‘obscure’, how can you parse it? – Marie- Angélique Laporte (Alliance Bioversity-CIAT)
00:59:16 – Are tools for adding datasets external? Could you please name some of them? Do they allow to store detailed information about data acquisition, and all the settings of instruments? Can I store a detailed scheme of the experiment? – Nadezda Vasilyeva
01:04:07 – In the GARDIAN ecosystem slide, there was no link between the annotated/curated data pool and the repositories. What is the plan here, how can these added-value data be shared back to the broad community, so data cleaning/curation/annotation does not happen again and again in different projects? – Marie- Angélique Laporte (Alliance Bioversity-CIAT)
01:05:16 – The tools seem to be focusing on Agronomy data primarily, can these tools be used for other types of data? Particularly for the ontology annotation part. – Marie- Angélique Laporte (Alliance Bioversity-CIAT)
December 16, 2021