The H2020 ESCAPE project (1 February 2019 - 31 January 2023) aims to find solutions for common problems identified between astronomical, astrophysical and particle physics research domains with the intent to define requirements of the European Open Science Cloud. Common problems have been identified in the areas of handling (extremely) large datasets, finding the scientifically verified / curated software for extracting science from those datasets and knowledge of requirements to run it, enabling discovery of datasets and a science analysis platform that allows joint analysis of datasets from different (ESCAPE) partner instruments or observations.
Those four areas are addressed by work in four WPs (DIOS, OSSR, CEVO and ESAP) of which JIVE participates in three: OSSR (Open Source Software Registry), CEVO (Connecting ESFRI projects to EOSC through VO framework) and ESAP (European Science Analysis Platform). JIVE is actively involved both in defining standards such as metadata for the software (OSSR), radio visibility data in the VO (CEVO) as well as improving the Jupytercasa entry in the OSSR, making the EVN Archive findable and searchable in the VO and providing an analysis platform for (EVN) visibility data using CASA in version-controlled Jypyternotebooks.
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