Definition Edit

Data center scientists are

[d]isciplinary scientists who work in data centers and develop a special expertise in data management and data science. [They p]lan, manage, give scientific oversight and input to all phases of the data management cycle within the data center/archive, including scientific specifications for software development to support data processing and archival operations; management of these operations; validation and verification of data products; interoperability links with other archives and the literature; and design and management of data re-use products such as data mining from archival products and catalog creation.[1]

References Edit

  1. Harnessing the Power of Digital Data for Science and Society, at C8.

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