Free of charge, funded by the Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration.
From FAIR principles to FAIR practices. This hackathon is a combination of training (March 11, 2021) and hands-on hacking using real climate data (16-17 March, 2021)!
The goal is to take a bottom up approach to explore how the current international standards and tools for managing climate model output (including ES-DOC, CF, CMOR, ESGF, etc.) can be reused in Nordic and national research projects to help ensure the valuable climate model outputs are FAIR and open. We will use real-world output from two global climate models (NorESM and EC-Earth), and plan to work through the process of generating comprehensive metadata from the raw model simulation output. How metadata generation fits into the research workflow and data management will also be considered.
A report on the outcomes of this hackathon will be written and made publicly available.
We will be using the EOSC-Nordic JupyterLab so there is no need to install anything but:
Day 1 - Tuesday 11 March, 2021 (13:00 - 17:00 CET)
Day 2 - Tuesday 16 March, 2021 (13:00 - 17:00 CET)
Day 3 - Wednesday 17 March, 2021 (13:00 - 17:00 CET)
The hackathon will be held online, participation links will be sent to registered participants.
We will use 1 or more HackMD documents to collect notes during the hackathon. The initial, main HackMD document is here.
From FAIR experts to climate modellers.
Are you doing one of these things?
If yes, then this hackathon is for you.
We have a limited number of seats. Priority seats are given to NICEST2 staff.
To ensure a balanced mix of participants we warmly invite both climate researchers and research data managers.
Please use the NeIC indico page to register your interest.
As an attendees, we request you to be able to contribute a minimum of 30 hours (including the hackathon itself).
If you have questions please don't hesitate to contact Hamish Struthers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here we will share during/after the workshop (anonymized) questions, answers, and feedback from the collaborative notes.