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Wish List - NEEShub: Wish #69

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Santiago Pujol

A simple way to add publications to the Project Warehouse.

Santiago –

I would suggest you enter this as a wish list item so it can be considered in the IT work queue.

Dawn

From: spujol mailto:spujol@purdue.edu Sent: Monday, August 02, 2010 11:14 PM To: Thalia Anagnos Cc: Weisman, Dawn E; Shirley Dyke; Marshall, Gemez A Subject: Re: Example of project that needs updating

Thalia,

You just pointed at a weak point in the Hub.

The current process to add publications to projects in the Hub is cumbersome. It needs improvement. I am confident that the IT team can provide a better solution.

-Santiago

On Aug 2, 2010, at 4:16 PM, Thalia Anagnos wrote:


http://nees.org/warehouse/project/42

So I looked at the above project I see no publications are listedin the Project Warehouse. But if you click on the NSF abstract the following publications are listed.

Heiner, L., Rollins, K.M., and Gerber, T.M.. “Passive force-deflection curves for abutments with MSE confined approach fills,” Proceedings of the Sixth National Seismic Conference on Bridges and Highways, July 28 -30, Charleston, South Carolina., v.MCEER-0, 2008, p. Paper.

Rollins, K.M., Kwon, K.H., Gerber, T.M.. “Static and dynamic lateral load tests on a pile cap with partial gravel backfill,” Proceedings, Conference of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics IV, May 18-22, 2008, Sacramento, California, 2008.

Rollins, K.M.; Gerber, T.M; and Kwon, K.H.. “Increased lateral abutment resistance from gravel backfills of limited width,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, v.136, 2010, p. 230.

So how do these publications get listed in the Project Warehouse? Is there a process for this?

Thalia

— Thalia Anagnos Co-Leader NEES Education, Outreach, & Training Professor, General Engineering San Jose State University San Jose, CA 95192-0205 408-924-3861

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  1. Stanislav Pejša

    I think that this can be helped by leveraging the descriptive metadata for a given object – the entity_type (genre) seems the most fit for this purpose. Once an object is assigned a certain entity_type, e.g. presentation or article in the project editor – that object should automatically appear in the resources page – this also mean that the project editor facilitates collection of the same metadata that are necessary for contributing an resource – which is more or less happening anyway.

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  2. Dawn Weisman

    Thank you for contributing your wish to NEEShub. We value feedback from the community as a means to regularly improve NEEShub. All wishes are considered and prioritized by the Requirement Analysis and Assessment Subcommittee, which consists of members from the user community. The prioritized wishes are then aligned with the immediate and long-term NEES goals by the Cyberinfrastructure Release Committee so that a workable development plan for the next Release of NEEShub can be designed.

    Your wish will be considered for a future release.

    Dawn Weisman Director of NEEScomm IT

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  3. Dawn Weisman

    Thank you for contributing your wish to NEEShub. We value feedback from the community as a means to regularly improve NEEShub.

    The functionality described in your wish now exists in NEEShub.

    Dawn Weisman Director of NEEScomm IT

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