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Second technical demonstrator of provenance tracing
December 9, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
From an inventory among the various subdomain work packages in ENVRI-FAIR, WP6 concluded that Provenance Tracing was high on the priority list of training requirements for RI’s.
Using the very relevant outcomes of the ENVRIplus project as written down in Deliverable D8.5 (Data provenance and tracing for environmental sciences: system design), we have put together a series of events. The first event is focusing on
Three technical demonstrators of provenance tracing:
- The PROV Template approach – Doron Goldfarb
- The ENVRI-FAIR demonstrator focusing on provenance, and modeling a specific data production/processing workflow used at NILU – Markus Stocker
- The EPOS Approach using the main catalogue – Keith Jeffery, Daniele Bailo;
- Wednesday 2nd December, 15.00-16.00h CET: PROV Template is a proposed extension to the existing set of W3C PROV specifications, dedicated to providing a formal language to describe templates for PROV conforming documents, a formal specification to describe bindings between source documents and template variables and a mechanism to instantiate templates using such bindings. This demonstrator will provide an introduction how to use this specification to turn existing log files available e.g. as csv into conforming PROV documents and point to existing tools in this regard – Doron Goldfarb;
- Wednesday 9th December, 15.00-16.00h CET: The ENVRI-FAIR demonstrator, focusing on provenance, and modeling a specific data production/processing workflow used at NILU. This technology demonstrator shows how to use PROV-O to represent provenance information for an example data processing workflow. – Markus Stocker
- Wednesday 16th December, 15.00-16.00h CET: The EPOS Approach using the main catalogue – Daniele Bailo, Keith Jeffery
Check https://envri.eu/training-provenance-tracing-in-envri-research-infrastructures/ for more information about the series of events.