#PlanetData2021 companion page

Welcome to the OpenPlanetary support page for participants of the 5th Planetary Data Workshop (PDW) and 2nd Planetary Science Informatics & Data Analytics (PSIDA) virtual meeting, June 28–July 2, 2021.

Slack channel

All meeting participants are invited to join OpenPlanetary in order to get full access to our Slack Workspace that will be used by session chairs and presenters for real-time pre/post-meeting off-line discussions.

For questions or discussions relating to meeting sessions, #planetdata2021 channel should be used. However, feel free to explore and post to other existing related channels, e.g.: #tools, #planetary-mapping,  #planetarypy, #spice, #pds4, #machine-learning, #data-legacy-vintage.

Join OpenPlanetary to get access to Slack

Slack quick guide

  • If you're new to Slack, get started with quick start guide.
  • Channels can be found and joined under "More", then "Channel browser" (left side).
  • To manage notifications from Slack, click on the down arrow next to the OpenPlanetary name in the upper left-hand corner and choose Preferences.
  • To change your display name, edit your profile by clicking on your profile picture in the top right.
  • Use your first and last name so attendees can recognize you; inclusion of your pronouns and affiliation is encouraged but not required.
  • Questions concerning accessing Slack can be directed to thare@usgs.gov.

Program bird's-eye-view and calendar

We thought a bird's-eye-view and a calendar of the meeting events could be handy !

Each session in the table below links to the official program web page, except for Birds-of-a-Feather sessions that are linked to the public OpenPlanetary Forum.

Our calendar includes direct links to each session abstract. Download and import, or add this calendar directly by copy/pasting the following URL in your iCal format compatible email client (tested on GMail):

Public Forum

The public OpenPlanetary Forum is at disposal for chairs and participants of Birds-of-a-Feather sessions to capture and share interesting discussion points and resources.

Feel free to use the OP Forum to post any resources, questions, feedback you may have pre/post-meeting in the dedicated PlanetData2021 category page, or any other related category.

Have a fruitful #PlanetData2021 meeting!