Open Science and Data Help Desk
2022 AGU Fall Meeting
December 12-15, 2022 – Chicago, Illinois
The Open Science and Data Help Desk held at the AGU Fall Meeting is hosted by Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) with support from the American Geophysical Union (AGU).
Join us in the Exhibit Hall (Booth #1901) and connect with experts to enhance Earth science research and make data and software more open and FAIR. Follow @EarthDataHelp on Twitter along with #DataHelpDesk #AGU22.
Learn how to use the NASAWorldview imagery mapping & visualization application to explore global Earth science data imagery. Contributor: NASA Earthdata
Have you used quality control flags to detect interesting events in time series data? Check out this demo using the Data Explorer for the Ocean Observatories Initiative. Contributor: Stace Beaulieu
Learn about the data repository and curation services offered by the Environmental Data Initiative (EDI). Contributor: EDI
Find tips for data management & sources for training on data management topics. Contributor: Nancy Hoebelheinrich (Knowledge Motifs LLC).
Learn about Practical Data Management, a module of the NCEAS Learning Hub. Contributor: NCEAS
Learn about data citation best practices and the how the Make Data Count project is supporting data citations for increased credit and attribution. Contributor: DataONE
Learn how DataONE supports easy access and discovery of data across a network of Earth and environmental science data repositories. Contributor: DataONE
Repository & metadata aggregator lightning talks from Data Help Desk at ESA20. Contributors: Arctic Data Center, CUAHSI, DataONE, EDI, iDigBio, NEON, Neotoma
New Earth science data resources available to help users find, access, use, and visualize NASA Earth science data. Contributor: NASA Earthdata
IRIS advances discovery, research, and education in seismology. Contributor: Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS)
This video provides an overview of the resources and tools available on the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) website. Contributor: NEON.
What About Model Data? Determining Best Practices for Preservation and Replicability. Contributor: EarthCube Model Data RCN
ERDDAP is a data server that gives you a simple, consistent way to download subsets of gridded and tabular scientific datasets in common file formats and make graphs and maps. Learn more: here
Cloud-based data tools for research, collaboration, and workflow documentation in the aquatic sciences: JupyterHub and HydroShare. Contributor: CUAHSI
Learn how to share and search astromaterials sample data with the newly-released Astromaterials Data Repository. Contributor: Astromaterials Data System
Introduction to A Graduate Student's Road Map to Data Management Training, which can be found at https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.14384456.v1. Contributor: ESIP Community Fellows.
How to use the new NASA Giovanni Release 4.36 Recurring Averages Service for Daily Data Variables, with case example of northern California floods in October 2021. Contributor: NASA GES DISC
Overview of ezEML, a form-based, do-it-yourself online application for the creation of metadata in the Ecological Metadata Language (EML). Contributor: Environmental Data Initiative (EDI)
Learn about StraboSpot: a tool for collecting & managing a variety of geologic field data types. Contributor: StraboSpot.
HydroShare is repository for sharing, collaborating around, and formally publishing scientific data. Contributor: CUAHSI.
The EarthChem Library Repository offers researchers a place to archive their geochemical data and receive a DOI for their datasets. Contributor: EarthChem Library
How ontologies can help you find and understand the data you need. Contributor: Arctic Data Center
Data Management Planning: A full overview of how to approach this, guidance for creating a DMP and a demo of the DMPTool. Contributor: DataONE
Earth and Space Sciences for the Future – Perspectives from Journals
Dr. Peter Fox, titan in the informatics community and Editor-in-Chief of AGU Earth and Space Science who passed away in March 2021, recorded this presentation for the Virtual Data Help Desk held in conjunction with the EGU General Assembly in 2020. Dr. Fox made significant contributions to both domain science and informatics. He started or championed numerous international organizations aimed at advancing the field of Earth science information and was an outstanding mentor and colleague for so many. To read more about him, please see this tribute.