RDA relationship graph visualisation
- Within the record view page, RDA users will start to see a visual presentation of a record's relationships through the new relationship graph. Each node on the graph will provide users with some basic information about the related entity and will allow them to easily navigate to a linked page (e.g ORCID page, RDA page, etc.), as applicable. If no related object exists for that record, the graph will be hidden from view.
- Enhancements to the IGSN service to support evolving Geoscience community requirements
DOI Service maintenance
Integration of DataCite DOI Fabrica API into the ARDC DOI Service
- Implement a process to allow clients to transfer ownership (hosting and management) of all or selected DOIs to another ARDC client or even to another allocating agent outside of the ARDC
RVA subscription feature
- Implement a subscription feature that will allow RVA users to receive notifications for changes to RVA content and functionality
Research Data Australia enhancements
Optimisation of relationship graph indexing and queries
Integration of external content into relationship graph
Alpha testing of NHRMC - ARDC Grant Information Linkage Pilot
Enhancements to Research Activity API to support NHRMC - ARDC Grant Information Linkage Pilot
OAI-PMH service optimisation
Site performance optimisation
DOI Service accounts consolidation
- Consolidation of DOI client accounts at DataCite which will allow administrators to manage a client’s Test and Production accounts under a single client account. Each account will contain two App IDs with separate shared secrets while all domains and IP addresses from the Test and Production accounts will be combined in the new account format.
Enhancements to the IGSN service to support evolving Geoscience community requirements.
Research Vocabularies Australia
Enhancements to the concept browse tree visualisation in the RVA portal.
IGSN Service enhancement
- Enhancements to the IGSN service API to further support M2M management of identifiers
- Continue work on enhancing the IGSN service in response to the requirement of the Geoscience community
RDA index optimisation
RDA Index optimisation (investigate/implement Graph db into pipeline)
RDA infrastructure refresh - phase 1
Review of interoperability of the DOI system with DataCite API and schema
- Work on the review of the interoperability of the DOI system with DataCite API and schema will commence on Q1 2019
Services Registry portal enhancement
- Enhancements to the Services Registry portal to to support services
Handle Service enhancement
- Optimisation of Handle Service to support the RAID initiative
Research Vocabularies Australia optimisation
Vocabulary widget optimisation
Pursue other tooling features supporting re-use (consumption) of vocabularies (eg governance information)
Implementation of logging and analytics.
Facilitate/support/engage with key NCRIS facilities, ABS, CSIRO, AITSIS, NAA, Social Science
RDA usage metrics implementation
- Make Data Count
- Event Data
New RDA Data Services Registry sub-portal for services
The Services sub-portal will be similar to the RDA Grants and Projects portal and will enable users to customise search through filters and facets.
GCMD vocabulary integration into RDA
- Integration of GCMD vocabulary into subject browse functionality and search filter
IGSN and Handle Service logging enhancement
Improvements to event logging for the IGSN and Handle services in order to understand usage, accelerate problem analysis and enable the ARDC to make better and more informed planning decisions
DOI service optimisation
Minting and updating DOIs via DataCite DOI Fabrica API
Updates to DOI system to remain interoperable with DataCite API and schema
Research Vocabularies Australia enhancement
- Investigate service/system support for more complex knowledge organisation (eg poly-hierarchies, interrelated vocabularies (classes + relationships), ontologies)
Investigate shared infrastructure with the Australian Government Linked Data Working Group for persistent URLs
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