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International Directory Network
(IDN) Progress Report

CEOS WGISS May 2009

Toulouse, France

What is a Portal?

CEOS WGISS May 2009

Toulouse, France

Cumulative DIF Population


Indicates a deletion and eventual
replacement of ~400 DIFs.

DIF Population by Topic Keyword


% of CEOS DIF Fields Completed

Note: CEOS DIFs populate access constraints, use constraints, and quality fields. Non
-
CEOS DIFs
have consistently populated the citation and project fields in higher proportion.

Cumulative SERF Population


SERF Population by Topic Keyword

% of CEOS SERF Fields Completed

CEOS SERFs populate Publication/Reference, Access Constraints, and Platforms more.

IDN Website Usage



IDN Website had 314,289 hits in 2008.



Climate Diagnostics Portal released November 2008.

Future IDN Website Redesign


IDN website continues to
use Plone Content
Management System


New site uses Plone 3 for
new look & feel


If you would like to send
feedback, please send an
email to
ceos
-
idn
-
interop@lists.nasa.gov





Integrated Marine Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem


Research (IMBER), October 2008




Massachusetts Ocean Partnership (MOP), October 2008




Census of Marine Life Projects (COML), November 2008




Antarctica and the Global Climate System (AGCS),


May 2009


New Collaborative Portals

(since WGISS 26)

Upgrades to the IDN (May 2009)

1.
A new Climate Diagnostics Portal, providing users direct links to
visualization data developed by the CEOS IDN with guidance from
Mitch Goldberg (NOAA).


2.
Web based interface for staff to track broken links and a Link Checker
Tool integrated in the docBUILDER validation process.


3.
New functionality to define portal content, where content can be
exclusive to a specific portal.


4.
Support for building custom email responses for metadata submissions.
This allows for specific responses on a portal
-
basis.


5.
*A Web 2.0 Platforms/Instruments user interface providing a dynamic
list of platforms and instruments.*


DIF and SERF Request for


Comment (RFC) Status

Background
:



The

NASA

Earth

Science

Data

Systems

(ESDS)

Standards

Process

Group

(SPG)

was

created

by

NASA

to

facilitate

the

development

of

future

data

systems
.

SPG

members

are

drawn

from

the

NASA

Earth

Science

data

community
.

The

SPG

welcomes

submissions

of

potential

standards

that

would

be

of

value

to

the

NASA

Earth

Science

community
.

The

standards

are

evaluated

and

can

eventually

be

endorsed

as

ESDS

standards
.

The

GCMD

was

asked

to

submit

the

DIF

and

SERF

standard

to

the

SPG

for

review

by

the

international

community

(including

CEOS)
.

John

Scialdone

(SEDAC)

represents

the

DIF

and

SERF

on

the

SPG

members

side
.




DIF

RFC
:

http
:
//www
.
esdswg
.
net/spg/rfc/esds
-
rfc
-
012
/




SERF

RFC
:

http
:
//www
.
esdswg
.
net/spg/rfc/esds
-
rfc
-
013
/


DIF RFC Status


Fifteen responses were received on the DIF.


Most of the responses were favorable, even though some
responders indicated that they required more specialized or
detailed metadata.


The ESDS Working Group recommended that the DIF continue
to be used and maintained as a catalog standard.


The DIF RFC is finalized and has been received by NASA
headquarters for final approval.




SERF RFC Status


Few responses were received, despite additional, targeted
requests to likely responders.


The SERF is on a standards track but not endorsed at this
time.


The SPG indicated that the Earth Science community is far
from a consensus on how to implement service metadata
and discovery.


Future Plans


Address comments and determine if enhancements or
modifications are needed to the DIF and SERF.


Consider modifying the SERF display to enhance current features
(Access to Web Services, Links to Associated DIFs, etc).


Continue to advertise the DIF and SERF to the international Earth
Science community.


Determine what the Web Service community wants to see in a
future version of the SERF.


Tyler Stevens (Services Coordinator) will be attending the
SPG workshop during the ESIP Summer Meeting.

Web Service

WSDL File

Direct Access to Web Services

Service Keyword Describing Web Services

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Analysis And Visualization > Geographic Information Systems

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Archiving

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Cataloging

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Compression

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Delivery

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Interoperability > Data Reformatting

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Interoperability

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Mining

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Networking/Data Transfer Tools

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Data Search And Retrieval

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Media Transfer/Data Rescue

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Subsetting/Supersetting

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Data Management/data Handling > Transformation/Conversion

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Metadata Handling > Authoring Tools

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Metadata Handling > Data Discovery

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Metadata Handling > Metadata Transformation/Conversion

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Metadata Handling > Service Discovery

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Reference And Information Services > Gazetteer

EARTH SCIENCE SERVICES > Reference And Information Services > Subscription Services


CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal

SVS: What would have happened if CFCs had not been Regulated? 1974
-
2006 (Projected 2006
-
2065)

CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal

SVS: What would have happened if CFCs had not been Regulated? 1974
-
2006 (Projected 2006
-
2065)

1. Content Status

2. Maturity Index

3. New Functionalities

4. Suggestions Received

CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal

CL
-
06
-
02
-
14

The CD Portal can be used as a platform to
promote data sets through the display of climate
visualizations. Climate visualizations can be a
useful tool for communicating the science of
climate change with decision makers, scientists
and other CEOS members.

CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal


Climate Diagnostic (CD)
Portal released in
November 2008.


Consistently among the
top 10 hits on the IDN site.


Currently 150 CDs offered
from the portal.


CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal

CL
-
06
-
02
-
14

Number of CDs by Topic Keywords

Atmosphere

96

Oceans

20

Climate Indicators

17

Cryosphere

15

Land Surface

14

Biosphere

13

Terrestrial Hydrosphere

11

Paleoclimate

6

49%
11%
9%
7%
7%
6%
5%
3%
2%
1%
0%
ATMOSPHERE
OCEANS
CLIMATE INDICATORS
CRYOSPHERE
LAND SURFACE
BIOSPHERE
TERRESTRIAL HYDROSPHERE
PALEOCLIMATE
HUMAN DIMENSIONS
AGRICULTURE
SPECTRAL/ENGINEERING
CDs by Topic Keyword

10%
9%
3%
2%
1%
1%
3%
49%
22%
CLIMATE
ECOSYSTEMS
WATER
WEATHER
HEALTH
BIODIVERSITY
ENERGY
DISASTERS
AGRICULTURE
CDs by Societal Benefit Area

Climate Diagnostic Usage

Top CDs Retrieved 2009

January

Australian Climate Variability & Change: Trend in Annual Total Rainfall,1900
-
2008
(AU_TrendMap_AnnualRainFall_1990
-
2007_CD)

February

AusBoM TImeseries: Southern Hemisphere Annual Precipitation Anomaly 1850
-
2000
(AusBoM_SH_AnnPrecipAnomaly1850
-
2000)

March

PATMOS High Cloud from 1982 to 2005; Jan, Apr, Jul and Oct; Empirical Orthogonal
Function (EOF) 5 analysis
(PATMOS_HighCloud_8205_CD)

April

MODIS Sea Surface Temperature from 2002
-
2006, SVS Animation
(MODIS_SST_2002
-
06_SVS_CD)

The Maturity Index for the Climate Diagnostics

Portal is calculated in 3 parts:


1. Number of Records

2. Percent of Records with a Peer
-
Reviewed


Journal Article Reference

3. Portal Usage

CD Maturity Index

CD Maturity Index: Number of Records

Number of Records

Points

> 1200

10

> 1000

8

> 800

6

> 400

4

> 200

3

> 100

2

> 80

1

Percentage of Records

Points

100%

10

≥ 95%

8

≥ 90%

6

≥ 85%

4

≥ 80%

2

≥ 75%

1

< 75%

0

CD Maturity Index: % of Records with a
Peer
-
Reviewed Journal Article Reference

Number of Retrievals/ Month

Points


≥ 500

5


≥ 300

4


≥ 150

3


≥ 51

2


< 50

1

CD Maturity Index: Portal Usage

Contributions/Month

Points


≥ 30

5


≥ 20

4


≥ 15

3


≥ 10

2

≥ 5

1

CD Maturity Index:

CD Builder Portal Contributions

Number of Records

+

% Peer
-
Reviewed Records

+

Portal Usage

_______________________


Maturity Index Score




CD Maturity Index Total

Maturity Level

Score

Mature

25
-

30

Al Dente

20
-

24

Adolescent

16
-

19

Green

12
-

15

Immature

< 12

CD Maturity Index Level

Number of Records

150


2

% Peer
-
Reviewed


> 95%

8

Portal Usage: Number
of Hits per Month

≥ 150

3

Portal Usage:
Contributions

(# per Month)

≥ 10


2

Maturity Index Total

15

Level of Maturity

Green

Current Maturity Index Score

1. Data and Information Linkages


2. Document Preview Display


3. Document Validation

CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal:
Functionalities

Climate Diagnostic Portal:

Linking to Information about the data behind the CD

1) Populate the Related_URL


metadata group.


2) Select “GET RELATED DATA
SET METADATA (DIF) ”


3) Enter the URL address


4) Write a Short Description



Climate Diagnostic Portal:

Linking to Data

1) Populate the Related_URL


metadata group.


2) Select “GET RELATED
VISUALIZATION”


3) Enter the URL address.


4) Write a Short Description.



Climate Diagnostic Portal:

Linking to Visualizations

Climate Diagnostic Portal:

Get Related Visualization

Climate Diagnostic CD Builder:

Contributors are able
to
preview

and
validate

their
document before
submitting.

1. Bulk Loader


-

Efficient way for contributors to add multiple entries


to the portal.


2. Short URL


-

Easy format for users to share entries.


3. More suggestions welcome: please send an email to
ceos
-
idn
-
interop@lists.nasa.gov


CEOS Climate Diagnostic Portal:

Suggestions Received

Recommendations for WGISS

IDN Interop Proposal

2002

Evolution of an IDN Interop Proposal


1999

2001

2000

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

1,362 DIFs keyed

with Resolution Range

(May 2009)


Data Resolution Range Proposal

Approved by DIF

Voting Committee

2002

First Draft

(Dec 1999)

Submitted

to IDN Interop List

for Comments

(Sept and Nov 2003)

-

Proposal Development and Research

-

DIFs keyed with Data


Resolution and Range

Experiment with CD Portal

http://idn.ceos.org/CD