INF 382R - Introduction to Scientific Data Informatics: Introduction to Management and Preservation of Scientific Data

Spring 2011
Unique ID: 28567
Syllabus:  
Prof:  Anderson, William (Bill)
Room: UTA 1.210A
Days:  Wed
Time: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
 

Prerequisites:
Graduate standing.

Description:
Introduction to the characteristics of scientific data and the emerging practices applied
toward their management and preservation.

The class will include (1) an introduction to the information properties of scientific data, and scientific data modeling; (2) an introduction to emerging semantic web approaches of describing these data sets; (3) hands-on assessments and evaluations of public scientific data sets; and (4) discussions of current issues in scientific data sharing, publication, and preservation.

Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

An introduction to the characteristics of scientific data and the emerging practices used in managing and preserving these data. The class will include (1) an introduction to data and scientific data modeling and markup; (2) introduction to emerging semantic web approaches to managing and using these data; (3) hands-on assessments and evaluations of public scientific data sets; and (4) discussions of current issues in scientific data sharing and preservation.

Topic Description:
Introduction to Management and Preservation of Scientific Data

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