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10 10 == 4.3.1 Identify and manage data products ==
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12 -• Four different categories of potential data to save are observational, experimental, simulation, and derived (or compiled). (Source #42)
13 -• Define service interfaces based upon Open Standards (Source #37)
12 +• Four different categories of potential data to save are observational, experimental, simulation, and derived (or compiled). (DataONE, n.d.-e)
13 +• Define service interfaces based upon Open Standards (DataONE, n.d.-d)
14 14 • Data package is represented (Jones et al, 2001)
15 15 • defined a data package as a collection of data entities and metadata documents (Jones et al, 2001)
16 -• define what types of data will be produced and what format these data will take (Source #13)
16 +• define what types of data will be produced and what format these data will take (DataONE, n.d.-c)
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18 18 == 4.3.2 Encourage sharing ==
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26 26 == 4.3.3 Enable data discovery ==
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28 -• Make your outputs perceivable (Source #5)
29 -• Allow the addition of community tagging, annotation, and comments (Source #55)
30 -• Share and publish your data using Web-based datacasting tools and services (Source #1)
28 +• Make your outputs perceivable (DataONE, n.d.-b)
29 +• Allow the addition of community tagging, annotation, and comments (DataONE, n.d.-f)
30 +• Share and publish your data using Web-based datacasting tools and services (DataONE, n.d.-a)
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32 32 == 4.3.4 Provide access ==
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34 34 • If the data files were created with custom code, provide a software program to enable the user to read the files (Hook et al, 2010)
35 -• Make your outputs understandable (Source #5)
36 -• Make your outputs robust (Source #5)
37 -• Make your outputs operable (Source #5)
35 +• Make your outputs understandable (DataONE, n.d.-b)
36 +• Make your outputs robust (DataONE, n.d.-b)
37 +• Make your outputs operable (DataONE, n.d.-b)
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39 39 == 4.3.5 Distribute data ==
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41 -• Publish service metadata for published services based upon Open Standards (Source #37)
41 +• Publish service metadata for published services based upon Open Standards (DataONE, n.d.-d)
42 42 • SDM4.7 Package and deliver data archives
43 43
44 44 == 4.3.6 Ensure data citation ==
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49 49 == References ==
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51 -1 - DataONE. (n.d.-a). Advertise your data using datacasting tools. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/advertise-your-data-using-datacasting-tools
51 +DataONE. (n.d.-a). Advertise your data using datacasting tools. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/advertise-your-data-using-datacasting-tools
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53 -5 - DataOne. (n.d.-b). Check data and other outputs for print and web accessibility. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/check-data-and-other-outputs-print-and-web-accessibility
53 +DataOne. (n.d.-b). Check data and other outputs for print and web accessibility. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/check-data-and-other-outputs-print-and-web-accessibility
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55 -13 - DataONE. (n.d.-c). Define expected data outcomes and types. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/define-expected-data-outcomes-and-types
55 +DataONE. (n.d.-c). Define expected data outcomes and types. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/define-expected-data-outcomes-and-types
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57 -37 - DataONE. (n.d.-d). Ensure flexible data services for virtual datasets. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/ensure-flexible-data-services-virtual-datasets
57 +DataONE. (n.d.-d). Ensure flexible data services for virtual datasets. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/ensure-flexible-data-services-virtual-datasets
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59 -42 - DataONE. (n.d.-e). Identify data with long-term value. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/identify-data-long-term-value
59 +DataONE. (n.d.-e). Identify data with long-term value. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/identify-data-long-term-value
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61 -55 - DataONE. (n.d.-f). Provide capabilities for tagging and annotation of your data by the community. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/provide-capabilities-tagging-and-annotation-your-data-community
61 +DataONE. (n.d.-f). Provide capabilities for tagging and annotation of your data by the community. https:~/~/www.dataone.org/best-practices/provide-capabilities-tagging-and-annotation-your-data-community
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63 63 Hale, S. S., Miglarese, A. H., Bradley, M. P., Belton, T. J., Cooper, L. D., Frame, M. T., … Peterjohn, B. G. (2003). Managing Troubled Data: Coastal Data Partnerships Smooth Data Integration. //Environmental Monitoring and Assessment//, //81//(1-3), 133–148. doi:10.1023/A:1021372923589
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