Building tools, workflows, and communities that support comprehensive, dynamic, synthetic, detailed, revisionary systematics.
707 Tiverton Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095
Coffee will be provided during coffee breaks. Instructions for places to get lunch will be provided the day of the workshop.
Friday May 17
8:45 AM Arrive
9:00 AM Overview of the project. (Felipe Zapata and Marymegan Daly): What is the problem? what have we done so far? What are our goals for the next 2 days? what comes next?
9:15 - 9:45 AM Introductions
10:00 - 11:00 AM Build a Monographic Workflow. What is the process of building a monograph? What are the inputs required at each step? Where are there rate-limiting factors at play?
11:15 - 12:00 PM Developer/Tool showcase. Brief overview of the tools from the developers. Focus on what the tool can do and what it requires of the user.
Botanical Garden Tour
3:00 PM - 4:45 PM Refine and Explode the Monographic Workflow. Where do the tools described fit into the workflows? Are there steps/inputs/issues missing from this scheme? How can we rethink some aspect of the workflow so that it works better or more seamlessly/effectively supports the end goal
5:00 - 6:00 PM Discuss the Workflow. Progress report: What was fixed in the workflow? how? were some solutions discarded? why? What components of the workflow were inviolate and not discussed, in terms of potential improvements? What remains to be done for each component of the workflow?
Saturday May 18
8:45 AM Arrive
9:00 - 10:30 AM The future of Publications. How do we move from the product of our workflow to a publication? What are the challenges and opportunities in publishing these kinds of projects? Data repositories, code sharing, science reproducibility, dynamic documents.