The discussion will be around the nature of planetary data, and how to find/use them.
Feedback and answers on the future development of planetary data services will be discussed.
At the end, a short demo of the PSA service will be done.
What is planetary data
- type of data
How to discover planetary data
- internationalisation of data
- where are the good data
Where do we go
- future development of planetary archives
- needs of planetary data
How do archiving authorities (PDS, PSA, etc…) capture the needs and feedback from the user community to improve their services?
For NASA PDS, there are few ways:
- You can use this OpenPlanetary forum (http://openplanetary.discourse.group/) for discussion
- Or you can submit feedback directly to the PDS: https://pds.nasa.gov/?feedback=true
- Or if it applies to a specific tool, feel free to post tickets to the Github repo: https://github.com/NASA-PDS-Incubator/, https://github.com/NASA-PDS/
Highlighting the importance of PDS registry (vs. more complex registry of the many data from peer-reviewed papers deposited in repostiories
Per the comment above, we (the PDS) are working on a solution here. But in the meantime, you can try out our “Keyword Search” to track down specific data sets (https://pds.nasa.gov/datasearch/keyword-search/) or our “Data Search” to find more refined/advanced product-level searches (https://pds.nasa.gov/datasearch/data-search/). You can also find other search tools (along with other PDS and community contributed tools) at https://pds.nasa.gov/tools/tool-registry/ .
They Keyword Search also has a JSON response you could access programatically, e.g. (https://pds.nasa.gov/services/search/search?wt=json&q=investigation:insight).
If you have ideas for what you would like to see, let us know!