A researcher needs to access his/her data on a community resource after his/her allocation on that resource ends.
User Importance Summary:
Most service providers offer a grace period following the end of a user's allocation period for the user to "clean up" and archive his/her work. Research productivity is hurt if the researcher needs to learn a new set of tools and/or access credentials during this "clean up" period.
Target Communities and Sizes:
Researchers - 10,000 < N < 100,000
Service providers - 10 < N < 100
Educators who use community resources - 1,000 < N < 10,000
Science gateway developers - 100 < N < 1,000
Application developers - 100 < N < 1,000