You can use datasets and data science (in the form of “Notebooks”) which have been added by TAIAO Project and eventually members of our wider community. These have been shared with open licenses so that you can use these in your own research and practice. You might want to re-use these datasets for your own analysis, explore the insights in the Notebooks, or use them as a starting point for your own research. Have a look at our list of datasets and notebooks!
You can ask questions, share comments and kōrero with data science or environmental researchers or practitioners, by posting these on our discussion forum. You can register for an account and either add general posts or post on specific datasets or notebooks.
You can learn more about data science and environmental science by following the tutorials which we have shared or attending one of our training sessions.
You can use the TAIAO Community Platform to share your datasets, notebooks or tutorials with the wider TAIAO community. You will need to register an account and share some information about the dataset or notebook you’d like to share. Our community is there to help you through the process, so reach out if you have any questions.
If you have an environmental challenge you think could be solved with data science, we are always looking for new partners to collaborate with. Please get in touch with us.
To help us come together, create trust and foster innovative collaboration we have developed the following protocols. These protocols have been developed in collaboration between the University of Waikato, MetService and Beca, and will continue to evolve under the guidance of the TAIAO Project Steering Group. To participate in the evolution of these protocols, please get in touch.
The TAIAO Community Guidelines describes how you are able to participate in the TAIAO community, expectations from you as a member of our community and pathways for engagement and moderation.
The TAIAO License Guidelines provides recommendations on how Datasets and Notebooks might be licensed to make them openly accessible to the TAIAO Community.
The TAIAO Metadata Standards describes the metadata collected on datasets and notebooks so that they are accessible and relevant to users of the TAIAO Community Platform.
The TAIAO Data Policy describes how the TAIAO Project governs and manages data following the cultural, ethical, legal and commercial considerations of the organisations we represent, the partners we work with and the communities we touch. The policy includes guidelines on data management and licensing.