Basics
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The Data Archiving service provides a repository with redundancy that aims to accommodate various storage requirements of COARE users and to enable storing of data on a short-term or long-term basis. More information on the Data Archiving service here.
Data Catalog
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Data Owners have the sole discretion to approve or reject data access requests. If your data access request has been rejected, the Data Owner will inform you of their reason for rejection (e.g. information you provided is incomplete, additional requirements need to be submitted, etc.). Unless the Data Owner explicitly banned you from requesting access, you can still choose to resend your data access request.
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You are only given seven (7) days to download a Private dataset that you have been approved to access. After 7 days, you will no longer be able to download said dataset. If you need to access the dataset again, you will have to submit another data access request.
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Only End Users with a registered account can download datasets published in the Data Data Catalog. If you have not registered for an account yet, you may register here.
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Publishing datasets in the Data Catalog requires completion of the metadata and organization of the datasets into either 1 or 2 levels of hierarchy. The process starts by submitting a ticket via the COARE User Portal, signifying your intention of publishing your datasets. For more information on the process of publishing datasets, visit this wiki.
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Yes. If you have datasets that you do not want to be published yet, the Data Catalog offers a permission level that can be set to your datasets to limit the datasets' privacy. For more information, check the COARE's Data Classification Guidelines.
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No, the Data Catalog does not limit the type of data that can be published.
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Your data access request may be rejected by the Data Owner if the Data Owner deems that you need to submit additional information/requirements apart from what you submitted in the Data Access Request Form.
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There is no limit on the size of data that can be published. However, the COARE Team will consider the COARE's current capacity as reference in evaluating all data that will be published in the Data Catalog.
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No. The use of the Data Catalog is free of charge. You do not need to pay to publish datasets or to access and download datasets. For more information on how to use the Data Catalog, please read the COARE Data Catalog User Manual.
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Datasets that are tagged as "Private" are data belonging to Data Owners who chose to limit the accessibility of said datasets. To access and download datasets tagged as Private, users must have a registered account and a data access request approved by the datasets' Data Owner.
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For now, this is not yet possible since we have not enabled this feature yet. We will update you once we have made this feature available.
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Created by superadmin on Fri, 02/28/2020, 6:32 PM