The Royal Society Te Apārangi is a scientific organization that promotes the advancement of science and technology in New Zealand. The Society has a long history of supporting data science research and education.
In recent years, the Society has made a concerted effort to promote the use of data science for the public good. The Society has developed a number of initiatives to help New Zealanders understand and use data science, including:
- The Data Science for New Zealand website, which provides resources and information on data science for the public
- The Data Science for Good Challenge, which encourages New Zealanders to use data science to solve real-world problems
- The Data Science for Public Policy workshop series, which provides training for New Zealand policymakers on how to use data science
The Royal Society Te Apārangi’s work on data science is making a real difference in New Zealand. The Society’s initiatives are helping to raise awareness of data science, and they are providing New Zealanders with the skills they need to use data science to solve real-world problems.
The Royal Society Te Apārangi is a valuable member of the World Data System community. It is a leader in the field of data science, and its work is making a real difference in the world.
Here are some of the Society’s accomplishments:
- Developed the Data Science for New Zealand website
- Launched the Data Science for Good Challenge
- Organized the Data Science for Public Policy workshop series
- Published a number of reports on the use of data science in New Zealand
The Royal Society Te Apārangi is committed to using data science to make a positive impact on New Zealand society. The Society’s work is helping to ensure that data science is used for the public good, and it is helping to make New Zealand a more data-driven nation.
The California Digital Library (CDL) is a member of the World Data System and a leading provider of digital library services to the University of California system. CDL’s mission is to provide transformative digital library services, grounded in campus partnerships and extended through external collaborations, that amplify the impact of the libraries, scholarship, and resources of the University of California.
CDL’s vision is to be a catalyst for deeply collaborative solutions providing a rich, intuitive and seamless environment for publishing, sharing and preserving our scholars’ increasingly diverse outputs, as well as for acquiring and accessing information critical to the University’s scholarly enterprise.
CDL’s values are:
- Collaboration: CDL believes that collaboration is essential to achieving its mission. It partners with libraries, universities, and other organizations around the world to create a more open and accessible world of knowledge.
- Innovation: CDL is committed to innovation in the digital library space. It is constantly looking for new ways to use technology to improve the way people access and use information.
- Sustainability: CDL is committed to ensuring the long-term sustainability of its digital collections. It uses open standards and best practices to ensure that its data can be preserved and accessed for future generations.
CDL is a valuable member of the World Data System community. It is a leader in the field of digital library services and its work is making a real difference in the world.
Here are some of CDL’s accomplishments:
- Developed the Calisphere digital library: Calisphere is a collection of over 2 million digitized objects from the University of California libraries.
- Created the Dataverse Network: The Dataverse Network is a federated network of data repositories that provides access to research data from around the world.
- Launched the Data for Research project: The Data for Research project is a collaboration between CDL and the University of California Office of the President to promote the use of data in research.
CDL is a dynamic and ever-evolving organization. It is committed to providing transformative digital library services that amplify the impact of the libraries, scholarship, and resources of the University of California.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center (ORNL DAAC)
The ORNL DAAC is a NASA data center that archives and distributes data on terrestrial biogeochemistry and ecological dynamics and is a member of the World Data System. The ORNL DAAC is operated by Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, home of the WDS International Program Office (WDS-IPO). The ORNL DAAC’s mission is to provide data services for a comprehensive archive of observations and models to support NASA’s Earth Science. The ORNL DAAC’s goals are to serve as the primary data repository for NASA’s Terrestrial Ecology program and Carbon Cycle Science and Ecosystems focus area, provide ground- and aircraft-based data to assess the accuracy and uncertainty of NASA’s Earth Science missions, work with NASA to develop best practices, tools, and training for data users and providers, and facilitate synthesis and analysis by providing and integrating diverse data.
See ORNL DAAC’s website for more info