DPHEP@INSPIRE What have we done? What are we doing? What can we do?

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DPHEP@INSPIRE What have we done? What are we doing? What can we do?. Travis Brooks (SLAC) Zaven Akopov (DESY ). DPHEP Levels of Preservation. DPHEP Levels of Preservation. INSPIRE & Data Preservation. What is INSPIRE? Current Capabilities DPHEP Level 1 - Right now - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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DPHEP@INSPIRE What have we done? What are we doing? What can we do?

DPHEP@INSPIREWhat have we done?What are we doing?What can we do?Travis Brooks (SLAC)Zaven Akopov (DESY)

DPHEP Levels of Preservation

DPHEP Levels of Preservation

INSPIRE & Data PreservationWhat is INSPIRE?Current CapabilitiesDPHEP Level 1 - Right nowDPHEP Level 2 - For the futureINSPIRE & Data PreservationWhat is INSPIRE?Current CapabilitiesDPHEP Level 1 - Right nowDPHEP Level 2 - For the futureWhere do HEP scientists look for info?Survey of 2,000+ Physicists in 2007Contains all relevant (and virtually no irrelevant) material, and has a simple-to-use interface. Comprehensive information (affiliation of the authors, citation tracking, link to published version, etc)

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Enter INSPIRECERN, DESY, Fermilab, SLAC

+INSPIRE Timeline2008Requirements Proof of Concept2009Development Plots, Fulltext, Storage of files, SPIRES syntax2010 (summer) beta complete initial testing and feedback

October 2010: INSPIREbeta goes live Recommended as SPIRES replacementINSPIRE & Data PreservationWhat is INSPIRE?Current CapabilitiesDPHEP Level 1 - Right nowDPHEP Level 2 - For the future

INSPIRE & Data PreservationWhat is INSPIRE?Current CapabilitiesDPHEP Level 1 - Right nowDPHEP Level 2 - For the futureDPHEP Levels of Preservation

Reminder:Results from PARSE.InsightAndre Holzner (FP7/CERN), Peter Igo-Kemenes (Gjvik/CERN), Salvatore Mele (CERN)A survey on HEP data preservation, re-use and (open) accesshttp://arxiv.org/abs/0906.0485

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Publications ++Raw dataMore table/figuresMulti dimensional infoFour vectorsStore Everything Especially High Level

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Labs/ExptsSomething like arXiv/SPIRESSomething like journalsAnd store it somewhere like SPIRES

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Experimental NotesWhy Notes on INSPIRE?Stored on at-risk servers, no provision for preservationMost of these are associated with publications!INSPIRE as initiative of the labs is a natural long-term home for theseAdditionally INSPIRE has the necessary connections to other community resources:HEPDATAarXivADS

Why Notes on INSPIRE?Storing these documents in INSPIRE connects them to the publication recordand preserves them beyond the lifetime of experimental webservers

DPHEP Notes Preservation PilotHERA:Currently stored on experiments server or IT facilitiesWebpages, AFS directories, home-made structures, etc.These infrastructures will NOT be preserved by DESYNo interoperability or standardsHERA working with INSPIRE at DESY for ingestion/curationZaven Akopov (INSPIRE) David South (H1)Test set of a few records Live in production

Extend example to realityINSPIRE is a community service run at the labs We are ready to build on this example:CERN Working with LHCDESY Working with H1Fermilab ReadySLAC ReadyINSPIRE for internal notesIndependent and trusted third-party service Global collaboration of large HEP institutionsLong-term preservation oriented repositoryEnhanced information addedFulltext searchablePlot ExtractionLong-Term AccessCan make notes available to specific sets of peopleWork with collaborations to determine access strategyAlready have simple collaboration accountsWith more development:Dynamic rightsNot a simple list, or single accountEvolution of rights with collaboration membershipEC project at CERN APARSEN

INSPIRE & Data PreservationWhat is INSPIRE?Current CapabilitiesDPHEP Level 1 - Right nowDPHEP Level 2 - For the futureDPHEP Levels of preservation

Needs for high-level data storageChallengesPersistent storage of non-text objectsLong-term access controlFramework to store metadata about dataOpportunitiesDiscoverability via the published recordMake objects (other than articles) citeableTrustworthy and independent repository

Labs/ExptsSomething like arXiv/SPIRESSomething like journalsAnd store it somewhere like SPIRES

47Needs for high-level data storageChallengesPersistent storage of non-text objects on the wayLong-term access control coming nextFramework for metadata about data coming nextOpportunitiesDiscoverability via the published record almost doneMake objects (other than articles) citeable on the wayTrustworthy and independent repository

INSPIRE and Level 2 DataINSPIRE now has the know-how and the tools to take on the challenge of level 2 data

To Sum UpDPHEP@INSPIREWhat have we done?Rebuilt a HEP information system on a stable technical foundationEngaged a global collaboration of HEP labs to provide HEP information infrastructureBuilt a foundation that can be extended to provide new services to HEP communityDPHEP@INSPIREWhat are we doing?Storing plots/figures as separate searchable objectsStoring material like notes and theses that arent on arXiv or journalsStoring internal notes with access controlDPHEP@INSPIREWhat can we do?Can build out infrastructure for accounts and long-term access control via collaborationsCan connect data to the published record via direct links and citationCan preserve high-level data in similar manner to plots, figures, and internal notesDPHEP@INSPIREINSPIRE is already providing initial services for DPHEP needsSeveral future opportunities for both level 1 and level 2 DPHEP needs Require resources and energy

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