Technology Platform 3
Multi-disciplinary Community Databases
Leader: Ilan Noy
Supported By: TP3 Working Advisory Group
This Technology Platform fosters the contribution to, and utilisation of, existing community databases, as well as enabling the development of new disciplinary databases, and the extension of regional databases to a nation-wide scale. Research funded via QuakeCoRE will also contain the requirement that data contributed to a relevant community database, or the open-access QuakeCoRE web repository (where a relevant community database is not currently established), be available to the entire QuakeCoRE community as well as national and international end-users, within the constraints of privacy considerations.
Key Thrust Areas
1: Link datasets
Facilitate opportunities for linking of research and stakeholder community datasets relevant to earthquake resilience.
Deliverable 1.1: 100%
Undertake a stocktake of metadata from Canterbury Earthquake Sequence.
Timeline: 1/01/2016 - 1/7/2017
Deliverable 1.2: 63%
Develop multi-disciplinary datasets from New Zealand earthquakes.
Timeline: 1/7/2017 - 31/12/2020
2: Multi-disciplinary datasets
Integration of multi-disciplinary datasets into existing open-source community databases to facilitate transformative research.
Deliverable 2.1: 100%
Develop a framework for the DIVE Platform.
Timeline: 1/1/2016 - 1/1/2017
Deliverable 1.2: 63%
Assess and contribute to the development of at least 1 additional multi-disciplinary dataset initiative.
Timeline: 1/1/2017 - 31/12/2020
3: Database tools
Development or prototyping of database tools for understanding multidisciplinary links between datasets and facilitating database development and usage.
Deliverable 3.1: 100%
Select data platform for use by QuakeCoRE researchers.
Timeline: 1/01/2017 - 1/1/2019
Deliverable 2.2: 100%
Host workshops with QuakeCoRE stakeholders to understand available relevant datasets and opportunities for integrations with research datasets.
Timeline: 1/01/2018 - 31/12/2018
Deliverable 3.3: 50%
Contribute to the development of a national strategy for post-earthquake data management and integration with other data sources (eg: RiskScape).
Timeline: 1/01/2018 - 31/12/2020