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Metadata Element Design for Korean Medicine Research Data Management and Re-use

한의학 연구 데이터 관리 및 공유를 위한 메타데이터 요소 설계

Yea, Sang-Jun;Jang, Ho;Kim, Suntae
예상준;장호;김선태

  • Received : 2019.04.14
  • Accepted : 2019.05.20
  • Published : 2019.05.31

Abstract

This research makes the metadata element design for Korean medicine research data management and re-use. Derived metadata elements are verified in research data of Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine. TTAK.K0-10.0976 Standard, DataCite metadata Schema and National Research Data Platform of KISTI were analyzed to derive the metadata elements. Including Identifier, 27 elements were derived as top-level elements with 29 mandatory elements, 13 recommended elements and 31 optional elements. The degree of elements' necessity and new metadata elements were investigated and suggested in the survey by six domain experts in korean medicine field. In this study subject classification for the korean medicine research data are suggested. The final version of metadata schema was tested and verified by comparing with the legacy metadata fields. The research results can be used to describe the Korean medicine research data: items and files.

Keywords

Research Data;Korean Medicine;Metadata;Repository;Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine

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Acknowledgement

Grant : 연구정보 빅데이터화 및 통합 관리체계 구축

Supported by : 한국한의학연구원