Michael Diepenbroek

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The ‘Berlin Declaration’ was published in 2003 as a guideline to policy makers to promote the Internet as a functional instrument for a global scientific knowledge base. Because knowledge is derived from data, the principles of the ‘Berlin Declaration’ should apply to data as well. Today, access to scientific data is hampered by structural deficits in the(More)
We present a generic and flexible framework for building geoscientific metadata portals independent of content standards for metadata and protocols. Data can be harvested with commonly used protocols (e.g., Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting) and metadata standards like DIF or ISO 19115. The new Java-based portal software supports any(More)
Biodiversity research brings together the many facets of biological environmental research. Its data management is characterized by integration and is particularly challenging due to the large volume and tremendous heterogeneity of the data. At the same time, it is particularly important: A lot of the data is not reproducible. Once it is gone, potential(More)
Although research data publishing is today widely regarded as crucial for reproducibility and proper assessment of scientific results, several challenges still need to be solved to fully realize its potential. Developing links between the published literature and datasets is one of them. Current solutions are mostly based on bilateral, ad-hoc agreements(More)
Registration of scientific primary data, to make these data citable as a unique piece of work and not only a part of a publication, has always been an important issue. In the context of the project ”Publication and Citation of Scientific Primary Data” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB)(More)
Since 1992 PANGAEA R © serves as an archive for all types of geoscientific and environmental data. From the beginning the PANGAEA group started initiatives and aimed at an organisation structure which – beyond the technical structure and operation of the system – would help to improve the quality and general availability of scientific data. Project data(More)
Research data publishing is today widely regarded as crucial for reproducibility, proper assessment of scientific results, and as a way for researchers to get proper credit for sharing their data. However, several challenges need to be solved to fully realize its potential, one of them being the development of a global standard for links between research(More)
zehnte hinweg zu erforschen. Um diese Entwicklung aktiv zu unterstützen, fördert die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) seit Ende 2013 das Infra strukturprojekt „GFBio – German Federation for Biological Data“ (GFBio). GFBio ist ein Verbund von 19 Partnern aus ganz Deutschland, koordiniert an der Universität Bremen. Neben Universitäten bilden PANGAEA,(More)