- 1 ESIP Collaboration Area Strategic Plan 2016
- 1.1 ESIP Vision
- 1.2 2015-2020 Strategic Plan Goals
- 1.3 Collaboration Area Plan
- 1.3.1 Collaboration Area Objective:
- 1.3.2 Things we may do to fulfill our objectives:
- 1.3.3 Things our collaboration area needs to deliver our objectives?
- 1.3.4 How will we know we are on the right track?
- 1.3.5 How will others know what we are doing in & out of ESIP?
ESIP Collaboration Area Strategic Plan 2016
- Co-Chair (s): H. K. (Rama) Ramapriyan, David Moroni, Ge Peng
- Website (wiki): http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Information_Quality
- Monthly Meeting Day/Time: 2nd Thursday at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT
To become an authoritative and responsive resource of information and guidance to data providers on how best to implement certain data quality standards and best practices for their datasets
2015-2020 Strategic Plan Goals
- Bring together people from various disciplines to assess aspects of quality of Earth science data
- Establish and publish baseline of standards and best practices for data quality for adoption by inter-agency and international data providers
- Build framework for consistent capture, harmonization, and presentation of data quality for the purposes of climate change studies, Earth science and applications
- 2015-2020 Strategic Plan Executive Summary
- Strategic Plan Roadmap
- ISO 19157 "Geographic information -- Data quality"
- QA4EO'11 October 2011 agenda and presentations
Collaboration Area Plan
Collaboration Area Objective:
Improve capture, description, discovery, and usability of information about data quality in Earth science data products. Ensure producers of data products are aware of standards and best practices for conveying data quality, and data providers/distributors/intermediaries establish, improve and evolve mechanisms to assist users in discovering and understanding data quality information.
Things we may do to fulfill our objectives:
- Coordinate use case studies with broad and diverse applications, collaborating with the ESIP Data Stewardship Committee and various national and international programs
- Identify additional needs for consistently capturing, describing, and conveying quality information
- Establish and provide community-wide guidance on roles and responsibilities of key players and stakeholders including users and management
- Prototype innovative ways of conveying quality information to users
- Evaluate NASA Earth Science Data System Working Groups (ESDSWG)Data Quality Working Group(DQWG)recommendations and propose possible implementations.
- Establish a baseline of standards and best practices for data quality, collaborating with the ESIP Documentation Cluster and Earth Science agencies.
- Engage data providers, data managers, and data user communities as resources to improve our standards and best practices.
Things our collaboration area needs to deliver our objectives?
- Active participation by cluster members from multiple agencies (e.g., NASA, NOAA, USGS)
- Connections with international partners
- Continued support from student fellow(s)
How will we know we are on the right track?
How will others know what we are doing in & out of ESIP?
Cross-collaboration area connections
(Identify other areas that you consider cross collaboration. Are there things that you need us to provide in support the cross collaboration?)