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Landcare Research New Zealand

Added by Laura Moyers over 9 years ago. Updated over 6 years ago.

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From DataONE website "contact us" - HowtoBecomeMN, EnsureCorrectSetUpFromStart, ConsideringBecomingMN

Website: http://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/home
Entity: Landcare Research New Zealand
POC: mcglinchya@landcareresearch.co.nz
Date of inquiry: 11/11/12

Responder: Rebecca Koskela
Date of response: 11/12/2012

Response: John Cobb will be in touch.

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#1 Updated by Laura Moyers almost 8 years ago

  • Assignee changed from John Cobb to Laura Moyers

#2 Updated by Laura Moyers over 6 years ago

  • Priority changed from Normal to High

Last contact was via email 11/2013. Aaron McGlinchy mcglinchya@landcareresearch.co.nz said:

 We are in the process of setting up a data repository for our organisation.  We have decided to implement CKAN (ckan.org) and currently have a test installation, and have just established a production installation but as yet no ‘real’ data has been deposited.

Our goals:
- Better organisation and documentation of our data (knowing what we have got…)
- Facilitate discovery of data, both internally and externally
- Open access (with appropriate licensing) to publicly funded research, and possibly to some privately funded research if funders agree
- Enhance collaboration with other researchers
- Ability to publish datasets at issue a persistent identifier (we are trialling EZID issuing of DOIs)

We also have a number of so called ‘Nationally Significant Databases and Collections’*, which in most cases have well established data infrastructure of their own. CKAN is aimed at providing a ‘home’ for the multitude of datasets that don’t sit within one of these collections.

If our systems were compatible with DataONE we would still be interested in investigating becoming a member node.

NEXT STEPS: Follow-up to see if they have proceeded as expected with their repository.

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