Ontario Data Documentation, Extraction Service and Infrastructure Tuesday May 31st, 2011 DLI Boot Camp Vancouver, British Columbia Jane Fry (Carleton University) Susan Mowers (University of Ottawa) Overview is ... History The Process Features Future Directions J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011
1 is ... centralised standardised bilingual a web-based data exploration system a web-based data extraction system delivered through Scholars Portal available to the 21 OCUL institutions (Ontario Council of University Libraries) J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 2 What is Scholars Portal? A service of OCUL Some of the other services offered
Interlibrary loan - RACER Reference management - RefWorks Digital content for Journals Digital content for Books Link server SFX Webinars on SP services www.scholarsportal.info/ J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 3 History of In 2005, DINO (Data in Ontario) started thinking about moving beyond homegrown data solutions. Jeff Moon (Queens) Bo Wandschneider (Guelph) Wendy Watkins (Carleton) Data Centres were interested in
building a province-wide data solution. DDI was being recognised as a coding standard. But we needed software to interpret DDI. J. Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 4 History (contd) Nesstar (www.nesstar.com) Networked Social Science Tools and Resources from Norwegian Social Science Data Services
a viable tool a software system for publishing data on the Web was already being used Europe UK US Canada In Ontario, already in use Carleton, Guelph, Ottawa, Queens, Toronto, Windsor Statistics Canada J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 5
What is Nesstar? DDI compliant Supports multilingual metadata and multilingual user interface Supports both microdata and aggregate data Allows searching by keyword for surveys and survey questions Does basic data exploration and analysis on the web Can download full datasets or subsets in popular formats Can export tables and charts J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 6 History of (contd)
The planning group applied for and received funding from the BPS Supply Chain Secretariat, Ontario Ministry of Finance. In 2007 a team was struck a Project Manager was hired 2 part-time Developers were hired 2 co-op students were hired Lead institutions were Carleton and Guelph, with inkind assistance from Queens. Ottawa and Laurentian joined the team to develop French screens and metadata. J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011
7 The Process First step to develop a Canadian Best Practices document for cataloguing data files using DDI Next step students marked up (catalogued) surveys which were initially loaded onto a test server at Guelph StatsCan PUMFs and aggregate files Canadian Gallup Polls In 2008 hardware and software were purchased through Scholars Portal the team at Scholars Portal worked with the team to establish a data server and to load data files
J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 8 Next steps ... was launched by Scholars Portal March 4, 2008 Negotiated access to the IPSOS Reid public opinion polls at LISPOP (Wilfrid Laurier) for use in funded students marked-up the polls Along the way the DLI team offered help and suggestions J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 9
As well Engaged in many promotional activities created brands produced bilingual brochures and posters presentations at OLA, CLA, IFLA , IASSIST Extended the contract with the developers for a second year Hired a programmer at Scholars Portal to further customize and improve Completed the Best Practices Document for DDI data coding in English had it translated into French J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 10 Process (contd)
Looked for new datasets Province of Ontario Data ICPSR Voice of the People Created a suite of tutorials and other training materials in both English and French Investigated providing access to to the wider education sector Colleges Universities across the country J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 12 Regular meetings to make sure everything was on track
Management Operations Partners Developers Additional contributions to Supervision of the work process at various universities Carleton In-kind through extra student power Queens Full-time staff member marking-up part-time J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011
13 Initiative was finished became a permanent service of Scholars Portal Scholars Portal hired a Data and Geospatial Librarian in the summer of 2009 to manage Leanne Hindmarch Term for the Project Manager was over in the fall of 2009 J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 14 MarkIt! Program Scholars Portal makes monies available to Ontario universities to fund students
marking-up files to go into Carleton Guelph Laurentian McMaster Scholars Portal U of Ottawa J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 15 Features: data holdings Bilingual DLI Microdata includes
Census Special Surveys General Social Surveys (GSS) Health Bilingual DLI Aggregate Data includes Justice Health Census Education Other Microdata includes
ISSPs Canadian data Canadian Addiction Survey Surveillance Project Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 16 Data holdings (contd) Public Opinion Polls include Gallup Canada IPSOS Reid Listening to Canadians Links to metadata include ICPSR
CORA (Queens) As of the end of April 2011 Records from over 11,433 surveys New surveys added regularly J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 17 Other features Choice of interface language (English/French) 2 mirror servers load balancing leading to quick response time Security An excellent, bilingual search engine developed by Scholars Portal based on
Marklogic RSS feed A centralised-managed email address that responds to queries and problems quickly J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 18 Features (contd) Search Refine by Date (single or range) Your collection of choice Combine multiple search concepts
Anywhere Variable/Category Label Survey Title Keywords Abstract Series Browse by
Category Keyword Survey series Title J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 19 Behind the scenes ... Excellent tech services crew OOG the Operational group meets regularly, usually monthly includes members from all Ontario universities Mark-up Group meets as needed addresses issues, concerns, ... J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011
20 Future Directions Becoming a Trusted Digital Repository Presently in the process of being examined Subscriber access for institutions outside OCUL Colleges Non-profit organizations Universities outside of Ontario Contact Leanne Hindmarch for details
[email protected] J.Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 21 Here it is! Lets check it out! www.odesi.ca J. Fry, S.Mowers, DLI Boot Camp, May 31 2011 22 Contact For more information: Jane Fry
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