Deliverables

  • D1.1 – Project Initiation Documentation

    The Project Initiation Documentation (PID) is a set of documents that bring together key information needed to start the project on a sound basis and that convey the information to all concerned with the project.
    This document is a snapshot for what is known of the project at the time of writing, however PaNOSC will keep a copy for internal use that will evolve with the project.

  • D1.2 – Data Management Plan

    D1.2 concerns the Data Management Plan (DMP) for the PaNOSC project. The purpose of this deliverable is to support the data management life cycle for all data that will be collected, processed or generated by the project. It provides a description of the data types the project will generate and how the data will be collected and stored and made available for validation, exploitation and re-use by others. 

    The PaNOSC project is about providing support for scientific data management and linking scientific data to the EOSC. In this respect PaNOSC does not produce any scientific data. PaNOSC produces services, software for managing scientific data and documents (deliverables) on scientific data management and services. The DMP covers these data as well as recommendations for the scientific data which will be managed by PaNOSC. 

    The information in the DMP will be updated during the course of the project. 

  • D1.3 – Mid-Year Summary Report

    D1.3 summarises the progress achieved in the project in the first 6 months of implementation. As such, this document and the ones that follow on months 18, 30 and 42 will complement the four instances of annual workshop reports (months 12, 24, 36 and 48) to provide a regular update on the project, its management and comparing its current status with what was forecasted. 

  • D1.4 – Report of Annual Workshop 1

    D1.4 is a summary of the progress achieved in the project since the management report, D1.3 Mid-year summary 1. As such, the document provides an update on the project status, a summary of the annual meeting and a report from the Executive Committee.

  • D1.5 Mid-year summary (May 2020)

    D1.5 summarises the progress achieved in the project in the first 18 months of implementation. As such, this document and the ones that follow on months 30 and 42 will complement the four instances of annual workshop reports (months 12, 24, 36 and 48) to provide a regular update on the project, its management and comparing its current status with what was forecasted.

  • D1.6 Report of annual workshop / 2

    D1.6 is a summary of the progress achieved in the project since the management report, D1.5 – Mid-Year Summary, submitted in May 2020. As such, the document provides an update on the project status, a summary of the PaN EOSC Symposium and the annual meeting held on 9-11 November 2020, jointly with the ExPaNDS project, and a report from the Executive Committee.

  • D2.1 – PaNOSC data policy framework

    The document describes the common framework for management of scientific data at photon and neutron facilities. The new framework is an evolution of the original PaNdata data policy framework from 2010 and integrates practical experience gathered since the original inception of this data policy. 

  • D3.1 – API Definition (common search API)

    D3.1 marks the delivery of the first version of a common search API (Application Programming Interface) for open data. This API will be implemented by all PaNOSC partner sites and ExPaNDS and any further facilities that want to join this effort as part of the EOSC. This search API allows to find datasets and data publications based on relevant domain specific metadata and can be used by third parties to find data that has been released from any facility-imposed embargo period, as well as by the original researchers. This will be an important entry point for anyone to use the EOSC visualisation, processing or data transfer services that are being developed in other PaNOSC Work Packages. 

  • D4.1 – Report on the current technical elements of data analysis at each partner site

    D4.1 includes the results of a survey of existing data analysis infrastructure, which was designed by and distributed to all PaNOSC partner facilities (CERIC-ERIC, ILL, XFEL, ESS, ELI and ESRF) with the aim of building up a view of data analysis needs and services at each facility and to provide a basis for developing a set of requirements for the development of services for WP4. The document also includes the responses from PaNOSC partners, as well as from the ISIS Neutron and Muon Facility, which is a partner in the ExPaNDS project and offered to participate in the survey. 

  • D4.2 – Prototype remote desktop and Jupyter service

    D4.2 provides the context for which remote data analysis services are useful for researchers working on Photon and Neutron science, and describe Secure Shell as the de-facto standard for this. The deliverable includes a dedicated section on the Remote Jupyter Service prototypes and demonstrator, and another section on the Remote Desktop Service prototypes and demonstrator. Each section contains comments on the status of the service provision across the facilities, and the user experience, and discusses some aspects of the deployment of the services. The document ends with a short discussion on the status and plans for the harmonization of all these services, and a brief summary. 

    D4.2 is a confidential deliverable.

  • D5.1 – Prototype simulation data formats as openPMD domain specific extensions including example datasets

    D5.1 details the metadata standard extensions for simulation data developed in WP5 of the Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC). The openPMD standard in its current version 1.1 is the basis on which we have developed domain specific extensions for the simulation stages of start–to–end photon and neutron experiment simulations:

    • Coherent wavefront propagation (simulation of coherent lightsources and beam transport)
    • Photon raytracing (simulation of x–ray optical beamline components, incoherent sources)
    • Neutron raytracing (simulation of neutron beamlines)
    • Molecular dynamics simulations (target simulations, radiation–matter interaction)
  • D5.2 – Release of documented simulation APIs

    D5.2 is a software release. The document accompanying the software includes a table listing the DOIs or PyPI (Python Package Index) URLs to locate the released documented simulation APIs.

    Additional resources and links to documentation, demonstration servers, and docker containers are provided in the Milestone document MS5.2 available here: https://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4265635.

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