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Data Curation Tool webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Meghan Goodchild
12:52
Yes we can see the slides
Daniel Beaulieu
12:53
oui
Philipp
18:12
Q: What happens when DDI XML file is save back to Dataverse? Is a new DRAFT version created?
Jonathan Crabtree
19:10
Q: Do you track any changes and provenance like who made the changes
Martine Gagnon
20:35
oui
Kathy Szigeti
20:43
yes
Meghan Goodchild
20:45
Yes we can see the dataset window
Martha
20:46
Yes
Philip Durbin
21:45
Philipp, variable metadata is versioned, tied to the dataset version. Jon, some PROV-JSON would be sweet. :)
Philip Durbin
24:04
Can you please demo weighting or at least explain the use case or user story? I'm not very familiar with weighting.
Péter Király
25:14
Is there any limitation regarding to the number of rows/variables?Are the statistics based on sampling or calculation on all the rows?
Jim M
26:03
When you say edit - can you change things created by ingest, or is it always about adding more info (and then editing the manually created metadata)?
Péter Király
26:20
Thanks!
Jonathan Crabtree
26:30
we have had challenges with variables with lost of values
Jonathan Crabtree
26:35
lots
Philip Durbin
28:55
over 10,000 observations in the tabular file in the demo. seems fast! :)
Jonathan Crabtree
29:07
sure, we have traffic data with 100 values per variable and the graphs in explorer don’t scale. It may be unrealistic to think a single chart will have 100-500 bars for example. Maybe an upper limit for viewabiltiy
jturitto
29:28
Did you already mention which data verse permissions a user would need in order to access this tool?
jturitto
30:06
thanks
Philip Durbin
33:03
Can you please demo weighting or at least explain the use case or user story? I'm not very familiar with weighting.
Martha
33:55
Thank you!
Philip Durbin
33:55
Do you want help with language translations?
Philip Durbin
35:17
Thanks, Jon! That helps a lot!
Péter Király
36:04
I just checked the repository, and see that it is written is TypeScript. I am not familiar with it. Is it working on client side on the browser such as (usual) JavaScript?
joshuadull
36:54
How is the tool licensed?
Philip Durbin
38:32
Modern Angular requires Typescript, I believe.
joshuadull
38:47
I didn’t see a license file
val.hervalejo
39:14
is this tool alrady built into dataverse
Philip Durbin
39:17
Jim seemed to have a question about editing, above.
val.hervalejo
39:21
or does it have to be integraed?
dbrooke
39:49
It’s not on Harvard Dataverse yet
val.hervalejo
40:00
ok. thank You
Kathy Szigeti
40:24
Hi, what permission level is required to use this
Philip Durbin
40:25
If you want the Data Curation Tool on Harvard Dataverse, please add a comment to this issue: https://github.com/IQSS/dataverse.harvard.edu/issues/32 :)
Jim M
40:33
thanks
joshuadull
42:06
We use a tool that creates DDI, but we use DDI Lifecycle 3.2…would you add options for other DDI schema?
Philip Durbin
42:43
The md5 of the original file (SPSS or whatever) doesn't change.
Philip Durbin
45:01
Jon, that's interesting. If you point the SAS people to the Stata docs, which are excellent, it might help.
joshuadull
45:41
Thanks!
Kathy Szigeti
46:10
what permission level is needed to access the tool
Philip Durbin
46:30
Jon, here's an example of how well Stata documents their proprietary format: https://www.stata.com/help.cgi?dta_119
Kathy Szigeti
47:08
thanks
mcrosas
47:22
Thank you! that
mcrosas
47:30
That’s a useful tool.
Philip Durbin
47:42
This tool is awesome! Thank you!
dbrooke
47:47
Thanks, and looking forward to continuing the collaboration on this
Philipp
47:47
Thanks!
Péter Király
47:49
Thanks a lot!
jturitto
47:51
Thank you
plm
47:51
thanks! great tool!
Robert Demgenski
48:00
Thank you!
Jane Fry
48:01
Thank you - Most helpful!
Miguel Ángel Mardero Arellano
48:05
Thank you!
Daniel Beaulieu
48:06
Merci
Felix dlD (ENAP)
48:07
Many thanks!
Jennifer Doty
48:08
Thanks!
Philip Durbin
48:08
Oh, are these slides available already?
Philip Durbin
48:40
yes, the google group please, thanks!!
Martine Gagnon
48:44
Merci!