Information concerning the creation, attribution, or version history of managed data. Provenance metadata that indicates the relationship between two versions of data objects and is generated whenever a new version of a dataset is created. Examples include: (i) the name of the program that generated the new version, (ii) the commit id of the program in a code version control system like GitHub, (iii) the identifiers of any other datasets or data objects that may have been used in creating the new version. Provenance information is gathered along the data lifecycle as part of curation processes. A finer level of provenance metadata would be concerned only with data flowing between various stores such as curated databases and managed repositories. Provenance metadata is designed to allow queries over the relationship between versions, and includes either or both fine-grained and coarse-grained provenance data. Different applications may store different provenance data.
- Provenance metadata
Used in Profiles