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Title: Effectiveness of tagging laboratory data using Dublin Core in an electronic scientific notebook
Authors: Bartolo, Laura M. 
Lowe, Cathy S. 
Melton, Austin C. 
Strah, Monica 
Feng, Louis 
Woolverton, Christopher J. 
Keywords: research information management;lab notebooks;research data metadata;Dublin Core;research data management
Issue Date: Aug-2002
Publisher: euroCRIS
Kassel University Press
Source: Wolfgang Adamczak, Annemarie Nase (eds.), "Gaining Insight from Research Information": Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (2002), p. 69-76
Series/Report no.: CRIS2002: 6th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Kassel, August 29-31, 2002)
Conference: CRIS2002 Conference 
As a form of grey literature, scientific laboratory notebooks are intended to meet two broad functions: to record daily in-house activities as well as to manage research results. A major goal of this scientific electronic notebook project is to provide high quality resource discovery and retrieval capabilities for primary data objects produced in a multidisciplinary, biotechnology research laboratory study. This paper discusses a prototype modified relational database that incorporates Dublin Core metadata to organize and describe the laboratory data early in the scientific process. The study investigates the effectiveness of this approach to support
daily in-house tasks as well as to capture, integrate, and exchange research results.
Presented at the CRIS2002 Conference in Kassel.-- 8 pages.-- Contains: Conference paper (PDF) + PPT presentation.
ISBN: 3-933146-844
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