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A showcase of Research Data Australia's exciting new look and feel, features and functionality. What to expect in the new RDA: 1. New and improved Research Data Australia with the following features: 2. New data centric focus and flow for the site. Search will now only return data collections 3. MyRDA - logged in users will have the ability to save records and searches 4. Improved Search, Advanced Search, and "shopping site" style faceted search 5. Enhanced records view page with: - prominent access section for collections and open data - highly improved algorithm for suggested datasets - citation counts and access counts - automated retrieval of publication information from CrossRef and DataCite for a given DOI. Separate but integrated custom search interface for research grants 6. Contributor Pages auto-generated for all groups in RDA
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I think they're putting forward a lien today my name is job Ben mr. view will have heard me rambling about releases before today I'm going to go through release 15 which we put out last week and you can see the title there is project falling water which is what we've sort of dubbed inside an says release 15 and I'll go into a little bit of background about it and then we'll get started in into the actual interfaces so release 15 so project
falling water now there was quite a few aims behind project falling water but the main one which you can see on the screen it was to improve the research data Australia user experience by focusing more on the needs and behaviors of typical users which we identified it as primarily researchers so up until the release 15 we've really been focusing on getting content into the registry and research data Australia and there were sort of switching gears a little bit and trying to focus more on what the researchers want and how we can deliver that in the best way so that was really the main aim behind project falling water which we started last year just a
little bit about the plan and the first
sort of few blocks here how we went about it so we captured the strategic directions friends and what they wanted to see in research data Australia and where they wanted it to go in the future we then looked at capturing user inputs so he interviewed I think it was about 17 researchers so that researchers themselves PhD students and other people that are in that sort of research sector and then we went through the task to documenting the requirements and then sort of followed a fairly standard software development lifecycle in the sort of area when we were capturing the user inputs and looking at documenting the requirements we actually got an
external user experience company to help us was really focusing our efforts English the short time frame that we had now coming out of those early stages was one of the key user journeys that we discovered and we really wanted to focus research data Australia down up to and that was the searching the filtering and then evaluating and then accessing the data so a lot of the researchers that we
spoke to really wanted to be able to find what they were looking for quickly and and get to the data really easily so that's sort of the journey that we were focusing on in there in the new interface and research data Australia and so what was included is a lot of you probably already seen it was a complete rewrite of research data Australia portal so it's got a new look and feel so it will take a few few days or so to get used to the new look and that the features that are in it the new focus is for data centric and so we're trying to make sure that when users come to research that Australia they're finding data so in the earlier stages of research that Australia when you did a search you would get all sorts of objects coming back you'd get activities you get party records you get services a lot of those weren't described here very richly so you sometimes get party records which would just have a name this was quite confusing to new users coming either via google or from a reference and research data australia they were looking for data and they were getting all these other objects that they weren't sure what they were so we've tried to really focus the flow on obtaining and accessing data through research data Australia and so we've obviously improved the search for the search interface as part of the release we've implemented a new advanced search feature contributor pages for every group so this is a big one for contributors so in the past it was an opt-in feature to have a contributor page and so what we've done for this release is we've auto-generated and paid for everybody and then the contributors can go in and actually edit those and add information about themselves into the details the contributor pages CMS so again on the contributor pages in the past you would generate your contributor pages from the registry we've actually moves that process over into the portal so there's a new CMS in the portal where you can actually edit and publish contributor pages a separate integrated custom search interface for grants and projects so as I was talking about before we've really focused down on finding data and accessing data in research Australia we're also one of the only places that sort of aggregates information about funded grants and projects so we didn't want to lose that aspect of research Australia so we've put a almost like a sub portable in research Australia for finding grants and projects and I'll go into that detail later my ID a so this is a feature where you can have an account in research Australia where you can save searches and records for later viewing so if you or your ph juice PhD student and you're doing some research you can come back and check for new results over a period of time with your saved searches or if you're interested in specific records you can save those that come back and you know access the data or cite them later on the new record view so we've obviously revamp that and it has a prominent access access section so in the past we had a very little URL that sort of pointed off to either a landing page where you can directly download the data but it wasn't quite clear and where you could actually get to the data so we've put a big section and which I'll show you in a few phage which is pretty clear to users hopefully and improve suggest the datasets so some of you we are familiar with the answer gesture datasets in the old research Australia we've put in your algorithm in place to try and provide five relevant data sets to one that you're looking at just try and I guess provide another finding aid or another option if they've come to a record that's not quite they want they might see something in the suggestive data sets that they can navigate on to us hopefully go over into test so this
is the new homepage for research data Australia and you can see straight away if we have so straight away we've got
the data upfront with telling users what they can do on the site so they're funny data for research we have a big bold search bar prompts users what the main sort of activity is in resource out of Australia and in underneath that we have
some digital finding aids if you're
obviously not searching you want to browse by subjects we have eight
subjects that you can browse by excuse the display it's because I've zoomed in if they're all pushed over and bundled up and then down the bottom we have some additional finding aids for other things that are in research data Australia and so we have the theme collection so we've had things by some farm so they've still got a place in research australia and new Mac system from the Explorer section we also have a couple of pages highlighting specific data and tools so we have the services and tools that could be of interest researchers looking to you know processor and things or access online services where they can get to data and a real highlight on open data so now that is reusable and easily accessible so there's there's also a page highlighting open data and as I spoke about before there's the grants and project portal which I'll go into a little bit want to tell later and then like on the old research data Australia we have a section on who contributes closed data Australia and so one of the goals we had for this release was to try and get logos for all our data providers to jazz up the side a little bit then provide some promotion and you know quality to the records from other providers so we still have a page it shows everybody and this is just a little carousel flicks free to give some
indication of the records that we have been researched up Australia so that the
main goal I guess is is conducting a search in reserve service rally up and it's very much the functionality is is very similar to the previous version and we have a big bold search bar all you need to do to do a search is just type in your search term and click for search button what we have introduced though is a drop down and start of the search bar which allows you to refine straight off the bat what where you want to look in a record so by default we're looking in all fields for a record and we can then refine that to search within just a title the description in the ident any identifies for a record so if you know an identifier for a grant or you know do I for a collection or data set and you can search directly in their identifiers fields any related people so if you want to just search for research that may have had you know it may have been a principal investigator in for a collection you can select that option or related organizations which probably will get used a little bit less than the others so for now I'll just do a search for for water I just click search and
that brings us back brings us into the search results there are some sections in the search results we have the section of the search results header up the top here you can see how many results were returned how fast it was the record selected the save records and export or going to those in a minute and then you're sorting it and display options so can sort by the relevance which is obviously how highly it's ranked against your search and the title of the record date is it today and then the date added in descending order and that comes into play when you've got saved searches or if you're just looking to see if there's something new for your search that if you've previously run and the show option obviously allows you to to change the number of search results that are displayed on a single page and your pagination which is shown underneath will obviously change according to that in terms of refining a search so over on the left-hand side and we have switched
obviously in previous version of our do we hit them on the right but we got a lot of feedback and it is fairly standard on other sites of shopping sites etc that you find the filters on the left so we've shifted them over to
the left and we have a current search section which highlights your current search so all the filters you've applied the search terms that you've applied all in one area which you can obviously remove items and you can also review the search that you've done and that was one thing that we got back from researchers that's participated in our interviews that there was a real disconnect about the search bar what they'd actually searched for and what they're actually doing within the search results so that's the current service section underneath that you have the filters and so we have an additional keywords or if we just wanted to add an additional keyword to our search within the search results that we have and just add a key
witness obviously added rain for my circles underneath that we have the
subjects so these by default in the search for you and I'll go into this a little bit later is the alien said if our top levels and on the home page those subject icons that I showed before the features they're actually matched to some of the alien's head coats off you clicked on one of those who actually get a search which sometimes maps to a single and zip code and other times it'll little map to multiple under they thought we have the data providers so you can narrow down your search by certain provider and we have the access so whether it's restricted open conditional and the licenses the license types that are there is assigned to the data and time periods so the temporal range data set and the location what otherwise
I'll just fear this searches to a default so we can feel the options there
and so we have the restriction restricted conditional and open local will actually go very soon and be printed unknown so this is just in the test environment and the map search so the map search we had before as its own
sort of entity sitting off there's still a link under the search bar there was a real disconnect between the general search usage data Australia in the map search and the users were really struggling to find the connection between it to and how they can filter down on their map searches so one of the items one of the things that we've put in is we've actually included the map search in the general flow so there will
be additional work on getting a little mini map here in the future but for now
it opens into the advanced search box and you can do your map searches in here and I'll go into the advanced search in
just a second next thing I just wanted to go into was understanding the search results so you can see here I've done a search without any search terms and what you get back is a title for the record
for each record underneath that is the data provider so this is my testing data so JB mr. Byrne if you see us improving
Australian so that's who provided the data and then underneath that you get a snippet of the brief description or any description if there's no brief description there when I've actually
done a search with some surgeons will search again for water we actually have in context highlighting of your search
terms and where that's discovered within the record the index fields for the record so you can see that I've done a search for water and you can see that what has been highlighted a couple of times in the description in the related organizations at the bottom here so at the end of each of the snippets you'll see in brackets where it's actually being discovered so this is a way for users to really assess and evaluate records they may have searched for something like I Senate's come up something in a subject which were they were looking for it somewhere more descriptive in the title or in the description and for each context snippet we display two entries so you can there's more has been found at least twice in the description so we have two description and edits and we've also got two related organization organization snippets underneath so that's that's
basically the makeup of the search results and obviously you can find things that are also in subjects and identifies and you'll get those shown in snippets as well so hopefully that's quite useful to users the advanced
search which is a link under the search button you can access that from any page that has a search bar in recive stutter Australia you can also access it when we
also use it for filtering and refining your search so one of the features that we've we've put in for this release is being able to select multiple filters in the same category so this is something that's been requested and by a number of users in the past and we've been working towards getting that in so for release 15 we have put that in so for example if I wanted to look for records from to data providers I'll select a or the end
of start with then you'll see that the options have been filtered down so the filters on the left show you the filters that are available for your search results so because I've got a OD and selected the only search result that I've got back after a ID and the only options i'm here to is obviously eight again if i want an extra or additional data providers i can click on the view
more button and I'll get access to all the other data providers that have something to do with my search so I can just go on explain multiple and then click search and you'll see over in my
current search I now have four data providers selected and the search results were always the collections or data sets from those for providers so
the advanced search is used obviously for filtering and also for constructing
advanced searches so that will take users a little while to get their head around I think but once they start using it it it's fairly straightforward so the
advanced search as I said isn't available from any of the pages with a
search bar and we've constructed in a way that you can construct a quite a complex really all in the same process or flow so from the filters on the left you have a number of tabs where you can go and add all these different filters to your search before actually click search there's no defined order to the tabs and you can put them in any order open for the license in first and then put my search terms in etc but what you need to know is that when you make a selection on a tab so that's out of us like through license when I click on a data provider tab that will actually
update to reflect all those data providers which have collections with that license that I've selected so each time I make a selection and then move on
the numbers of subjects etc will be updated so you can see here most 0 there's some that are two to reflect that search that I'm building as I go and in any stage you can click on the
review tab just to come down the bottom to see what I've actually constructed in the advanced query you can see a preview of the three results and you can even click the search here or search down the bottom the search terms for those who participated in the beta testing and the UAE testing and we got we had a different version of this advanced query interface it was it worked quite well but it was quite complex and it is a lot of time to get their head around on actually what we're trying to achieve and so full release 15 we've simplified simplified it quite a bit we will be doing additional work in the future to jazz it up just that little bit more but it is still it is still quite functional so in terms of building an advanced query I have those fields that were available with the search bar so I can do quite a complex query where I want to search for water in the title and then within the actually a description I'd like to find something with flood and then you can use the add row to build up your query as you go now the one thing that is probably a little strange is the boolean operators between your query roads actually change all boolean operators so you see I've selected all there and it's changed the one underneath and if I had multiple rows it would Sam and this is one of the constraints that we have with the underlying so that will be looking to enhance that feature where you can mix and match the boolean operators in your queries and in terms of removing anything from your query they're just a little X end can remove the rose and then run your search so the other filters that are
available the same as what's available in the search but obviously you can select multiple from the filters so I can select multiple subjects data file
is the same time period isn't going to before this is basically it was the temporal coverage for a data set and it is just a text field at the moment we had it as a drop-down field and it was as you can see the earliest we have is 79 so that is a very long drop box and drop down list of values we've put it in as a text field but we've given an indication in the place older kids to the values that you can search within answer you need CEOs from 79 to 385 this is obviously the test system so probably not that relevant the data in there but you can just do a temporal search or to arrange by entering arranged as such if you wanted to do it open or over and open range you can obviously just provide from you or just provided to you in your search location tab so as I said
before we've incorporated the map search within the general search and research that Australia and hopefully this is is going to be quite a good thing and we do have on the cards a collaboration between ends and turn to improve the map greatly and that'll be coming in a future release for this release just do due to time constraints with resources then the project and we've put in the room the map that we had before but it will be improved in the future at the top you can just grab some help for drawing region on the map and down the bottom is just a note about another recollection or data set within research Australia has location a virtual it doesn't they don't all have any of these filters for instance the only one that is mandatory the data provider the rest are optional so filtering by any of these other ones you're not going to get the full breadth of research by Australia it's going to be only those records that contain either temporal information or special coverage terms of growing on the map I've just collected the box tool so this is the same functionality functionality we had in the previous version of uh da I click and then drag to draw and then it will give you my little region and that I can click search now one of the things that
I think really need in this new version is that we provide a mini map with each of your search results when you've got a spatial search and so this provides a
real connect between your actual search results and the search the spatial search that you've done and sometimes
they're quite good so these ones are
quite detailed these are just static maps that we regenerate through google so you can actually zoom in or anything on those maps but every now and again
you will find top example is perfect one you you'll see a map where it's just out in the ocean or it's zoomed in so much on a an area of land you just get a brown space and obviously you'll need to go into the red board to view exactly where that is and zoom in and out on the map and we'll try and do something in
the future to get an idea of the size of a special area in the zoom level we need for those static Maps so that's something that we'll be looking at
improving in the future oh so the order of filters does make a difference then yes good point so when I said before
there's no predefined order on the actual filters I mean you can add them in any way that you please but obviously
as you filter the available filters on the other tabs will be restricted to your search that you're building so that's a good clearing a search so it's
just make sure it runs clear on that one there's two ways to clear a search and
one of this multiple ways you can clear
a search the quickest the easiest ways of clearing a surgery so we see the clear search button in your current search and the X that's shown up in your search bar and that although it looks like it's just going to search your clear your search terms it will actually clear the entire search I can just click
that clear must search the other way obviously is the cliq edgy with your ex with the items in my current search that's a bit tedious one thing I've did skip over in the event search if you are
having any issues there is a tab data bottom so you can just click on that and
access help for the advanced search or for the filters in general and research Australia and then you can click straight back into the tabs within the
search to carry on now as I spoke about yeah one thing that we've really tried to do is focus on finding data and research Australia and so we've kind of hidden away the way of searching for party records or grants or services for instance and it is still there so as you can see down the bottom here in the advanced search there's a drop-down button it's obviously defaulted to data but then I can use the drop-down to go and select the other class types or other object types that I want to search for so you can still search people in the same way that used to be able to but we obviously defaulter data because that's the main goal of research data Australia's connecting people with with data but by all means you can select
people and your filters obviously will update to the things that are specific to people obviously there's things like licenses and stuff that don't apply to people and the same with services and grants I select the grants so we see
different filters that are available to the grant search so the next feature
I'll going to is my idea so this comes into play that this search results header here they're the same records and the export of any time so for this release profile enable users to log in to research Australia and save and save record and save searches so in the previous version we allowed users to log in and they kept a deer tag records with keywords so that's still available for logged in users and but we obviously extended that to have your own personal space in research data Australia where you can store things and obviously will improve that over time with other features so you can see the checkboxes shown with each of your search results you can use those to select our efforts to save you know obviously use the select all to save and select all the records in your search results obviously the number that you're showing on the page will have a play in a selection and then I can click on save my records at the top gear so you can see that there's 15 records selected and I can save all those 15 or I can click the Save Search button which will save more concert which is the default search for the athlete terms so why are they there is a login option at the top in my ID a log in and once you log in you'll see your little profile people if you don't have a profile people give you a default copy so you can access the login through there or you go to your account access your account once you login to buy this it'll also prompt you when you go to save records and you're not logged in so I'll try to save this 15 and I'll tell
me that I'm not logged in can I please log in and then I have a series of
options to log into it to the portal so if I default a lot of the users that will be coming to the site will be logging in for our social media and so Facebook Twitter Google limped in and think then actually shouldn't be there so sorry to the top three Facebook Twitter and Google there is also a F so
if you're affiliated with an AF organization institution or university such the login that you use to access the ant registry is valid within the portal as well so that we share the same login and if you don't have an account the registry but you are affiliated with AF you can obviously still use that n log in and have an account the other two
options which are built in and ldap there there more for and stuff and we use this quite a bit when we're testing the system so by default will be on
social and then the AF of the next most used options just login and one thing to
note it's going to take me straight into my research data Australia account my ID account sorry because I've used the built-in option if you use a AF or one of the social logins you'll actually be redirected back to the search that I was sitting on before with your selected records so i'll just go back into a search it's just because i'm using
built-in it takes me directly into my account so let's say I want to save these two water data sets I've selected the two of hit snape records now that i'm logged in i get the same to my ID a pop out now the first time you come in here you won't have any two folders either these are because I've actually created folders the store my records in so the first time you come in you'll actually have to nominate it for the name of where you want to put these records so I can say is what up and I could go and those two records will be
saved and you can see the available fault that holders have been updated to add my new water folder now the good thing is if I made a mistake and I just want to move that to another folder all in to do is click one of those other
folders and my records will be moved into the selected folder now you can see that the folder that I created has disappeared and that's basically because it's got no records in it so one thing to note if you're moving records and you want that folder to remain you have to keep at least one record in there and once I've save those records are then have the option of accessing my account which is the open my ID a link at the bottom but if I wanted to carry on it and save the search for instance I can
just close that or click outside that box and it will close the pop-up so
that's saving records from the search results the safe search option works in
much the same one and you get a number
of results for you so much shown on the pop up and then you also have to give your search a name so either services or a search click Save Search and that will be saved to my ID a so I'll click into
the my ID account now thank you into my
account and you can see that i'm logged ear nose job in and this is the default icon that i said if i was logged in via social media like Google or Facebook you'll actually trying to retrieve my profile difficult is play here and up the top and then you on the left you
have the saved searches and you save
records down the bottoms these are the tables we've got now you can see I've
got a number of saved searches here you can obviously do bulk action on those save searches with the chat box so there's a select or you can select them individually and you'll get a bulk action button at the top here where you can refresh for the lead I'll go into those options and or you can just use the buttons on the individual rows within the table I just want to get ice sheets I can just click to leave you a bit of a warning and then I'll drop that save search now understanding the save searches there's obviously a information showing the result here so you can see that I had three 3009 records returned when I originally saved this search so I've saved on the 8th of April the next line down tells me how many new records have been entered into research data australia since that saved a so eight april and then the last one underneath is going to tell me how many records have been into these resources at australia since i last checked so let's say over a six-month period there's been a thousand new records that have been put into research data Australia but they've been putting over multiple logins that I've had I don't want to remember that there was 990 I don't want to remember there was 995 each time I log in to work out you know there's been five added added so we've implemented a refresh option which tells me how many have been added to the system since I last checked so I log in six months later I hit refresh and it tells me all this 5753 records now next time I come in and I click refresh this might only show me too so this is a feature that allows me to check each time I log in just the new records that have been added not the new since since I first saved this search so I don't want to see those records again because I've already checked them so the refresh often just allows you to check each time you you come in Christopher's aft the Mario profile image do you say it draws from social media logins only or is it using gravatar at the moment it's only using social media and this one is just the default if we can't get something so users obviously there's a built-in login is there's no profile people so that's the Refresh option and
hopefully that's clear there is obviously help text that goes along with
this place if I didn't describe that very well though it's a little tea on the bottom in terms of checking your
search so I've saved these researchers if I want to just check the default search that are saved i can click on the name of this search the ocean levels will rerun that originally save search and if i want to just check out the new records since it was saved so the 5753 records i can click on that link if there is obviously a difference between those the sins saved and the refresh so they might just be to represent click on that they'll actually pass the time stare I hope that one here it'll actually pass at time step in with your
search and it'll only give you the new records that you've since that date so this is something that no one moves speaking to the PhD students and they're doing refuse for dollar they want to check before they publish or go for one of their projects they wanted to check if anything new and come in they want to be able to use a date to find those records and so that's the finches that were injured EA underneath that we have the saved
records table so quite default the drop-down shows you all of your REM pods but as we saw before I've created folders someone records as a way of organizing them and you can see that I've got different counts in the different folders so the ones that I just saved i think i put into a water records or may have been water and then
i moved them and i can just select that folder just to view the records within that specific folder now in terms of actioning you can obviously move them between folders and so by selecting the check boxes or just by using the single action so i can use checkboxes all captions I can move both of these it
gives you a very similar form to the saving and I want to put them in
floodwater you click and then move or I can designate a new folder with the Go button and move those records in and the
other options we have its exports owed if you use endnote or EndNote web you can export a reference for the data set over into window and that's a feature that we had in the past but obviously not through my idea on the on the View page we've been able to do that this allows you to obviously go through research Australia building lists or groups of Records and then export them to your reference manager later on so you can you can do that in a bulk action and then review them and again some of the researchers that we spoke to prefer to do that review in their their reference manages so they can go through find everything interested in export them over and then do that review process in a note or something similar that takes in format yes so Katrina's just asked if there's going to be alert function so yes that is one of the features that we had on the list but due
to time constraints with you might get there but in the future we'll be looking at setting up alerts email alerts for safe search for new things come in you can get an email to your account and so we're definitely going to be looking up that and your ad had very similar question about setting up alerts yep so that they will be coming in the future we just didn't quite get there for this
release I think that's mostly it for my idea and well for the account anyway
terms of logging out you have to come to your account at this point so you click on the my ID a link and then click log out if you are logged in via social me
there is a little message that pops up underneath it tells you that it's not going to log you out of facebook so if you're on a shared computer in the library or something and you've logged in to facebook and then logged into resource out of she'll just make sure that you do log out of your account because there's no way for us to actually tell Facebook to log you out that's ya dig into their policy so when you log out of iba just make sure that you can you log out of your other accounts your social accounts if you have those open it was just logging by
google and i'll go into the view page so in terms of accessing information about your profile from your social media account we only ask for the minimum so these are the minimum options that we can ask for when we request information from either Facebook Google or Twitter so we're not asking for anything above and beyond and sometimes they look a little bits us but we don't have any control about that so I think that the facebook one comes up with an option my company which one it is it you you accept the the first set of permissions
then it asks another set of questions one that it wants to post to your account there's a little option down the bottom that says not now or cancel and you don't actually have to accept that one it's just the first set of options that you're agreeing to that's just a little sneaky thing that Facebook to try and get you to allow the access to their account so just be aware of that one when that pops up so as I said much more
can get my profile pic maybe I don't have one set up for the I've don't have
that one set up that google account so it's just given me a default Google one which is confusing since different Wells
and then as I said there's a note just underneath the logout button just saying that it's not going to lock me out of Google if I Chloe out from save searches and save record so in terms of saving from an actual collection view and I'll
go into collection view a bit more detail them in a minute and once you're
in the collection view underneath the go to data provider button there is a saved my ID a button and that's basically the same as what we saw in the search results and that will save this
individual record again follow me me and order we go it'll save that and you'll
see once it's saved it'll be updated to tell you that it's actually saved my RDA so that's saving records from the individual views so might move on into
there's no other questions in the literature I'll move on into the view page what I'll do sorry to be clicking
around a lot it's just longing to my other account where I have a safe trip
but as an example this is definitely one
handy feature that I'll be using for these sorts of walkthroughs is that I can save records that I don't have to go
looking for when I do these sorts of talks so the view page so we have
obviously changed this quite dramatically for this release straight away you can see there is a big from
that title bar and as I said we're trying to get logos for all of our contributors just really goes up the edges a little bit and provide some sort of prominence for those providers so this is obviously just my default logo for my made-up demonstration University to the total body you can see what we're looking into were looking at a data set and so one thing to note in the past the terminology that refused on the site was obviously quite confusing to users and was very much moral around Bruce es so we had collection services parties and activities and so for this release we've really tried to make the terminology
clearer to those users who are coming in and have no idea about rusia etc so we still have somewhere to go but I think we're on the right track and so you'll see collections and our core data sets Melissa Dallas it doesn't always apply to every collection so we'll be looking at hansung that further with new vocabularies people and organizations covers the party records grants and projects is covering activities and services are obviously services and tools so thread away from the view page you can see what we're looking at or some indication of what we love yes you get the title of the record the provider so the demonstration university is the data provider on my set up where we have no logo so at the moment the logo on the page is the link to the contributor page for demonstration University where there is no logo this text underneath will actually become a link to that contributor age so there's a little bit I guess for an end user it's a little bit different on depending on what page they come to but hopefully and we get logos for everybody going forward this would be it'll be quite clear underneath that we have all the people that are associated with this does it so related in some way so as before we had them down the right-hand side there was a real again a disconnect between what those links were on the side were they advertising did they have something to do with the collection but the data said I should say and there was no we couldn't see the relationships without actually previewing those objects so for this release we have all the parties well the first five parties should say list it out and their relationships shown with those parties to really indicate what role they play the data set if there are more than five we'll have a link that says see all with whatever the county is in and you'll click that and you'll be taken to a search result where you can see all this is what the parties that are associated with that collection they
are carrying on foot from the data centric flow that we're trying to get when you click on a party name what we do instead of going off to a party record and one of the reasons for this was that when we're not a party or not we're not a really a people portal when really around data it's a lot of the people record so that we've got in we're blind almost blank we'd have a title and we have no other informations for sending a user off to that page is not ideal you know that it's quite confusing for them to land on a record that doesn't have a lot of information so in giving of the data centric theme what we've done is we've tried to grab some information about that party from their party record but and display that so if there's a little bit of information about market will be displayed above the contact information of an opportunity it's got some new Jenny's got a little bit of information so we're pulling this out of the party record and then we have some contact information so it might be that the information that to get this value actually have to contact the principal investigator other researchers so we've put the contact information in this product so in case the user wants the contact that that researcher and then underneath that we've actually given links to more data from that parties so we're really keeping on that data flow so microwave and he has probably had other things to do with ice and if I'm interested in this collection about ice contamination are probably interested in other collections that Mike's played a party so we give a link of the first five collections of data sets that Mike has played a role in or it's related to in some way and then we also provide a link to go and see all the data sets that Mike's related to this is really again another finding age but aid but also keeping users in that centric flow in terms of gotta see Mike you can still go to Mike's record either via the view record button down bottom or just by clicking Mike's name at the
top and you get a putty or a person I should say view of Mike and as you can
see there's not a lot of information about Mike rather relationships that has got two other data sets I'll just flick
back the data so far means you can still go and see those other object types in research that Australia you can search for them but we've tried to hide them a little bit and just keep users in the
data flow the other things of note in the title bar we obviously have the share options and we obviously will be expanding those we've got Facebook Twitter and Google and so you can share these via accounts and then we have some stats they get displayed right that at the moment we have the view stats so this just tells me how many times this page has been viewed by users we also have an access one so if I you can get onto the go-to data but if I click go to data you can see that I now have an access account and this is just telling users how many people have actually used that go to data provider button down here to go to the landing page or notable service that allows the user to get access to the data or directly directly download the data so we have three stats and we've got view access then we now have cited may have to
figure it into production I'll just let
that one wrong is going to take a walk a lot of access I'll just back into here
and move on and we'll get back to the cited now so moving on in the interview
page as I spoke about earlier where we
had a very small sort of access link up in the top right which was sort of hidden away and again it was sort of that right-hand column blindness and you weren't sure if it was an ad or just extra information that didn't have a lot of relevance to the collection so we've
try to boost the prominence of the
access link and that's this video to data provider button on the left hand side so it's obviously it's fairly obvious that it's something you need to
do or can do and then underneath that we have obviously the safety my idea which was working about and a citation option natashas just asked is there still a river CS view of records through our da we lost that link to view the riffs yes a long time ago because there was a lot of users that wasn't relevant to but there is still a link Natasha down the
very bottom to access the registry of you and that's where you can access the OCS so it's still accessible obviously
even for that the general public and then Susan's decided information gets
into data citation reports a good question i'm probably logged in now ok
so in production now you can see this has a citation count of 10 so if i just hover my mouse over that you can see this has been cited 10 times in all the databases from the DCI so data citation index from thomson reuters so the moment this is a trial service between ends in thomson reuters it has some way to go so at the moment we are pulling back information will bring back the count information from thomson reuters which they obviously have some algorithms behind it terming the actual counts and we're relying on that we're working with them to improve their api so going forward we will have a link out of research data australia which allows you to see those cited and those articles or journals that are citing this data and we also hope to pull that information into research data australia to show it will display it further on in the related publications so at the moment
there's no citation reports but we will be looking at doing reporting later this year for research data australia and data sources and hopefully that will be one of the things that are included but there's obviously a bit of way to go with 20 Reuters to get that sort of up to scratch to give us a bit more information about the citing articles commuters were desegregated by come from for the info under the Kajal so I'm assuming she's referring to the test and
so the aggregated by here is the relationship that is used in riv CS so obviously the relationships that we use in row CSS sort of camel case and we actually convert them for a user-friendly display so they won't necessarily be the exact text that you see in the room CS relationships we convert them and aggregated buys probably collected by a
can have a quick look yes no has collect
done has been turned into aggregated by and if you feel that's not right by all
means drop services it adds an email and we can look at changing those values these are assigned a long time ago probably need reviewing so this is us so this could be a cheeky option to get data citation counselor and records but they're having to pay the large amount of money for TCS subscription I guess so obviously to get the citation counter at
the moment we have ends obviously as a service where data providers cannot judge to push their records to the data citation index and then we'll try and retrieve that information back to see when things are cited that's quite an involved process at the moment you record sort of need up need to be up to scratch for thomson reuters to accept them and use them in the data citation index and so at the moment I think we have three or four data providers that are doing that and there's only a couple that actually have citation counts this one from IAD we knew that aad had provided the citation index with data outside the ends process and so we've done some work to actually retrieve the information about aad they have the
snapshot that I ad has in DC is actually quite old so they're missing a lot of duis which really helped our retrieval process so we're probably going to look at improving that process with a nd so that what's in DC I is more up to date and wicking in this citation stands back and obviously as I said it to trial service will obviously be looking at expanding this to get figures from elsewhere and making sure that you know what we get back is accurately and we have the publications available for the end users I mean the numbers all well and good it puts some value on this record itself but as an end user I really want to see what those those publications are so there and do a further assessment on the record so it's
a good start transfers that flooded the rights license info is currently in unknowns it up to contribute update records now the emphasis on access yeah I think definitely um we really want to be clear about the accessibility and the licenses around data going forward I mean the real goal is to get data reuse happening and if the licenses and access isn't clear or isn't open then it's really going to be a struggle to get an uptake on it so I think there is a real emphasis emphasis on getting that access and licensing right yeah so it's definitely up to the contributors I mean ends can only do so much if you have a
license type for instance that is supported within within large numbers or within your institution for instance we can do some mapping at our in business for the display of the business rules I know that the silo license they've got a specific license we've actually mapped that to an open license i believe and we can do those sorts of things granted there is large enough numbers or there is a consistent use of that license but at the same time it is really up to the
data providers to make sure their records are licensed and the access rights are appropriate and sort of in line with with what we're expecting I guess that's a good question ok so I'll
move on here we go over time comes in time but oh yeah very good just good time so moving on and as I said there is a big bold go to a data providers button that has a number of options will number of features i should say most records in resource australia now have a single access URL which will most likely go to a university landing page or a landing page on a website which has more information about the data and ways that you can download it or excessive we also have the ability in riv CS 1.6 which came out last year to describe directly downloadable data and also data that it's accessible online services so if you have a data collection which has directly downloadable data or has a service associated with that they can load the data or access the data for the users I go to data provider will actually give some option fire a slide down so most of the time sis go to data / bottom will just go off to a landing page but where there are additional options it'll come in a slide down you can see the first option here is the access data online fire tools so there is this made of ice contamination requests online clicking that will take me off to the service where I can you know use the data within the tool or maybe even download the data and the one underneath is download data so this is a directly accessible data set and clicking on that below me asleep download it to my system we have noted that there is some truncation in the formats and obviously in the description it will be working on that in the future so that's a no issue but obviously hovering over it will give you the information about that file all that service and obviously they can be quite a few here so one dataset might have you know 10 or so downloads and that will obviously expand down to show those 10 10 downloads and I can just click that again to to hide that underneath that we have the sites so I guess referring back to the the user journey that we were focusing on was the the search the filter the evaluate and in the axis so I've done my searching I'm now evaluating the record so I've got the stats I've got the description of the data this is really about accessing so we have obviously a sip the access button to go to the data provider page with access to data what you can do you can cite the data so we have a citation button we have to save and then the information you might want to know what you should know about the data before you can reuse it or access it so the side button in the past we had the citation information down in the page sort of in a block of text we wanted to make it quite prominent in the access section so we have a site button you
click that you get a pop out you can obviously have multiple formatted citations so the one we have here is in the data side format which is the default research data Australia and this comes out of when you fill out a recess record and you break out all the metadata items for a citation this is the citation that's built if you wanted that in your own format you can use the full text and citation info element and improve your preferred citation in there and that will display in here you can have both obviously or you can have multiple and so users can obviously just copy and paste this out two and then underneath we have the EndNote options which we had in research data Australia before and they're still there so I can explore a reference of this data set into EndNote or EndNote web and obviously this helped to go along with those options there hopefully
that's a little bit clearer of users on citing records in at least getting references to collections to use later underneath that we have the licensing rights so the licensing rights can sometimes be quite worthy and we didn't want a lot of distracting text on them on the page so ideally this this is an ideal record we have the access label which is open so we have open restricted conditional which we brought in last year I was hovering over that boogie with the user a description of what movement is in terms of research data Australia and ends we then have the CC license obviously we support all the CC licenses with a logo if you have your own license type you will actually just display as text then you can click on the CC licenses it'll take you off to the Creative Commons website to read more about that license if you're a you're unsure about what that is and then all the details of the licensing rights is actually hidden underneath with a few details link and as I said it could be quite worried so hiding it away it's not a bad thing and we're hoping that most the time we'll have a couple labels to indicate clearly the users the accessibility in the license and if they want more information they can click the view details and read that underneath that we have the contact information for the records that are provided in the riff CS and again it comes down to accessing the data so not all data sets are going to be available online so there might be things in museums or something we have to contact the researcher in those instances we really wanted to contact information France the end user can use it to contact people this is this data site format so this is
their preferred format for citations you can obviously as I said use their full citation citation info elements in roofs yesterday to choose Harvard or APA and that will be displayed as in your preferred format above or in in place of this data sites we always see we will on work with side other side without do eyes etc so we're still following that is the default for data at this time just being a place
that we're going to 130 sorry and I thought we would go to one or two two and so I'll try and speed it up and took the descriptions obviously they displayed in the block in the first block with a page we have the dates underneath and then the related information which used to be over on the right is now over on the left and again we display the relationships with those objects so that it's clear what relation this data has with these other objects so you can see that I'm associated this does it is associated with Ames it was the output of a certain grant and again you can click on these it'll give you a bit of information about the grand if it's connected to other collections and I want to find out more finally collections datasets related to that grant they'll be listed underneath and if I wanted to view it view record button one of the nice things that we've done for this release and will be improved for that is publications so where do I has been used for publication are actually retrieving information about that publication from crossref so these two publication see I can click on the name of publication it will give me the full title of the publication and the type that it is and the publisher for that publication and also I can go on actually view that publication or review the landing page for that publication by clicking on the view do I button and will obviously be doing
further work with that to try and link those publications to other data sets in research Australia and to provide a bit more context around those publications that's a nice little feature the other
one that invention is walking so you can still go means use orchid IDs to relate parties or people to your data sets in roofs yes and they'll be displayed at
the top here as a hawk word party basically and it will link that orchid at their information and any collections that are also related to that person and then moving on it's basically the same as what we had before we have a big map displaying any spatial area as i said before on the search results it's a static map but in here obviously you can move around and zoom out if it is ones we just get a lock of blue and then you can zoom in and move around the google map change this how to live subjects and taste the same as we had before you can click on the subjects to do a search for that socket for any other records that have that subject and you can add tags once you logged in to my RDA ok so in terms of the content and
salford deeds the same content as we
head of the rib cska displayed in a different manner really focusing down accessing and evaluating the record the other little feature we have that I spoke about was the similar data sets so this is used to be called the answer justice heads and we have improved this to use a different algorithm to try and find records that are you don't have something to do with this a data said that you're looking at so we use text we use relationships to other people were grants we use spatial information temporal information try and give you at least the top five records that might have something to do with this this is just you know a nice to have a finding aid similar to like when you saw from shopping on Amazon or something for a pair of shoes and they'll suggest other shoes that people have bought so this will this will be something we approve going forward with better and better algorithms and using user stats actually they may have liked this record or they may have viewed this report what other records if they viewed it might be relevant to user who's also interested in this data set that's pretty much the
view page quickly go into the grants and projects are interested in finding
grants and projects in research data Australia as I said before we have a almost like a sub model for research grants and project so you can either
access it by the Explorer menu at the top and the grant projects option here
or you can win too fast sorry fire the
option in the Explorer in renton projects and again you can also use the
drop-down in the advanced search to go
on search for grants and projects this however will not take you to the home page for grants and projects it'll just take you to a search for grants and projects so I'll go to the homepage
quickly the embedded search for grants
and projects so it has a little bit information about australian research grants the search options have changed obviously within the fields that you can see for so institution and researcher a bit more grant focused you'll see about the search but there is a search is restricted to grants and projects you'll see this when you switch to any other other object type searches with the message data australia by the advanced search just telling you this is you're searching just within that object type and if you wanted to switch back to data as a default you can just click the X conclude that but when you're searching for grants obviously you want to leave that there you can bring us the grants
by subjects and there's a little bit of information about the immigrant information that we have in recent start
Australia underneath and at the moment we only have the two funders providing us great information that's obviously going to increase going forward nhm us in IRC in terms of doing research it
it's much the same as the default search for data just prefer determining and
click search your search filters have obviously changed the grand focused so we can select the type of actively warm so a grand project or program you can have a look at the status and so we may just want to have a look at active grants from certain funder subjects managing institutions for the institution that's managing those grants or projects the funder of the data so we can just limit it may just want to look
for a stone research council grants and we want to look at just closed grants
further down we have the funding schemes or within that specific funders schemes we have the funniest MC can narrow down further now the funding amount so you can obviously put a ranging you want to find grants that are certain between a certain range which you can have open rangers and the commencement data to be made just want to find grades that started in a certain year or between certain news or completed between seven years in terms of the other things on
the page it's the same as the default search for data the advanced search is
show before has been updated to show the other filter options but in terms of functionality and how you actually apply
filters it's the same as I've been through before good question so Susan is over asked how off another area see NHMRC grants added into VAR da at the moment they're added one two year and this is to do with agreement we have to get the data from a RC and hmrc and we're working on that at the moment to try to get that on an ongoing basis that we can hopefully do every major release every couple of months we can update the data but it really comes down to what we can actually get out of the funders at the moment the data that we're getting is annually but we are working on that in terms of the contributor pages as I said it before we took away the opt-in
feature for contributor pages are now
everybody that contributes data to research data Australia will have a
contributor page and so by that you
contribute page you'll have either a logo or just a little tile with your name Nexus but in terms of creating and
editing those contributor pages so for data source administrators apologies
other people who are interested in this feature you can log in tomorrow the a
with the your data source account that you log into the registry with so just same through the mighty a feature and you'll see on the right hand side my
functions and this is only for users that have those accounts that allow them to get to the contributor CMS so if you've logged in you can click on the
contributor CMS obviously I'm an administrator so I get access to all the contributor pages but you'll most likely
have one not maybe two from the listing you can just select one of them so minus
demonstration University which takes you
into the CMS editor so by default the contributor pages that we generate going when collections are first added to research that Australia is just a stump age might be worth showing one of those
at the moment Tyrell just asked about
comments so are there any plans to add a comment engine two datasets yes we are looking at putting comments into the data set pace of the record view patient to comment and again a way of assessing value if there's something if there's an error with a data set or you know something that somebody had to do to fix it or if there's a new version or something who will be able to comment so we are looking at that and next question is from rohini any publications arising from a grant listed grant information so yes we're looking at pulling publication information back for grants so if you're looking at if you trying to pull back information about any publications that have come out of that ground so that is something we'll be looking at going forward so
this is a stock contributor page so this is just the basic contributor page to get obviously you won't have a logo the first time your data comes in you'll have to upload that you'll have a title
you'll have the generated text which just gives a user some information about your content within reserva Australia
the subjects that you've covered we give us for the first 15 that I can go look and all of them if they wanted to obviously there's quite a few here and then links to your data so if someone's looking at a data set that they've found by Google or something and they want to look at more data from your organization or institution they can use that logo or that link up in the title to come to this page where they can link off to other things from you or your institution so we have links to some searches for all your data sets or your services people we're also going to include grants any grants that your institution is managing we're just mapping there but we will find Korean institution the organizations and groups
that are involved within your organization and then the last five data records added so this is the sort of
basic page that you get by default you can then use the contributor CMS as I
was just showing where you can log in to
update that page within some you know embellish it with your information so you can add an overview you're going to images it's obviously there is a defined
template for all the computers so they all look fairly similar but they're within those sections you can obviously enhance them with any of the formatting options available and so don't you can afford send images with most for the
section is little I just to give you a little bit of help text about what sort of expected in those sections for the page I mean by only nuts but it's got a
bit of guidance to in film you fill out those contacts section and then the one thats probably a lot of users are going to want to change and uses the logos so you can upload logo just from your file system by using the upload button just go and select the image you want to use preferably we're looking at vertically stacked square logos if possible just because they fit better in the space that we've provided in the pages you can use a a landscape style or long logo but they are going to be restricted to the space that we've allocated to the display quite small to where possible square logos are better
in terms of uploading as I said you can just click and upload it and it'll actually upload to us to our server so we'll actually host that logo the other option is just to provide a publicly accessible URL to your logo so might be on dropbox or your own server you can just enter that URL straight in the URL filter and will actually pull that back each time a page loads it's a little bit slower for the end user but it means you know if your logo changes you don't actually come here and upload it again you can just leave it in a folder which you just updated at your end or in your dropbox one of the funders company which one of my head apologize it gives us party information where we actually create a part record or people record in research data Australia then we link it to so someone can come along and click on that party record and view all the grants the other funder provides it as a text field so we just list the researchers we do listed in the search results we list it in and then in the body of the view for the record itself and again we're working on changing that so that we can get more information and link to records and I know we're definitely pushing for identifies for those researchers so awkward obviously a big one that we're looking to use and
within the grants oh no age energy must be nasty also looking in that so once that happens we'll really be able to connect the dots between data grants publications and people going forward so watch this space that's definitely on the improved the Katrina's just asking if contributor pages can still be editing the registry the internet is no so we've completely moved the functionality out of the registry you will still see it at the moment in the data source settings but it's no longer the computer pages are no longer based on a party record or actually got this CMS which actually builds the record itself instead of using a party record so if you have a party record in the
past that you wanted to use or you have been using you can copy and paste the information into the steam s and publish
it that way so there is a help guide that's gone up on the ends website computer pages and it just explains what you can do for those existing party records in the registry but by all means
this is sort of the only waited to edit those few pages if I'll scms so no they don't see me Trina so the logo obviously as I said you can either host or you can upload yourself and then once you're ready to publish this page you just click save you by default won't see the publish button because I'm an administrator I get the access to publish moment please you'll see a request to pub request publication button and that will send an email to services to review the page just to make sure the contents okay and they'll contact the data source contact for their data source just to make sure that the contents that have been approved because there's sort of sometimes it needs to go through you know director or a manager before it can go live and once that has been verified by the data source or the editor and the services team will click publish and it'll go live in terms of if you're a dead data source administrator and your duty to provide the page to a manager etc you can use the preview link obviously it'll
load the page and how it's going to look in risk of South Australia it's not
visible to other users but you can share the link and anybody with the link can view the preview so if you wanted to share that with a manager or somebody else who's collaborating on the page you can definitely share that on here
Katrina can I steal you embed YouTube videos so in the first the editor in the
registry allowed a video link it wasn't supported but it did work and I know you've used one and we'll look at enhancing the CMS to use videos as well there's obviously some issues with the videos and how we embed those into pages
for them to work with the new template and for security reasons and so there's a little bit more work that we need to do before we can just allow them into the contributed pages and by all means you can put a link in your description to that video for the time being and just no point to youtube so obviously not ideal but we'll be looking at that I know you raise the service ticket Katrina will be looking at I mean the next few releases to allow that open AIT it's not possible apologize from in
terms of help just the last thing is just the help in the feedback so help is always available and the bottom by this
button you will have noticed the first time you went here that this popped up by default the first only happens the first time we set a cookie in your system and then you have access to some video overview videos and
then specific sections on the search in
my DA and advanced search so anytime you can you can access they help there and
then the feedback obviously you can send services a ticket quickly and easily if you find a bug or you just want to ask for help or if you just have some general feedback about the new site all
I mean there's definitely room for improvement we're not saying perfect ne
ne new system or product has flaws so if you find anything by all means we're we're more than happy to have a look at them and help you out but other than that that's pretty much I think so thanks a run for staying on I know it went well and truly over time and then
in terms of any other information that is available on the air website and that
Olga day you resource / online deaf services news HTML there'll be some information about the release and what was included in any help and guidance so for instance the contributor page guard will be linked off that help on the ant website and any other concerns just email services the end and we'll see
what we can do