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Abstract: In the Canadian research environment, it is difficult for researchers to effectively discover, access, and use data sets, except for those that are the most well known. Several recent reports have discussed the issues around "lost" data sets: those which are intended to be shared but cannot be identified and utilized effectively because of insufficient associated metadata. Both problems are approaching critical levels in Canada and internationally, a situation that is unacceptable because these data sets are o… Show more

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“…New developments in cyberinfrastructure can leverage information and communications technology to improve capabilities for managing, curating, and preserving scientific data for use by future communities of users (Berman 2008;Atkins et al 2003). Data centers, archives and, more recently, digital repositories, are being established to preserve scientific data and other digital objects for future use (Green and Gutmann 2007;Zborowski 2009). However, scientific data must be received and ingested into such repositories in order for the data to be preserved by them.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%