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Talk given to SMi Electronic Lab Notebook conference in London, 29 January 2009. The talk focusses on the idea of what a web native lab notebook would look like and proposes that it would be a feed of ...

Talk given to SMi Electronic Lab Notebook conference in London, 29 January 2009. The talk focusses on the idea of what a web native lab notebook would look like and proposes that it would be a feed of relationships between digital objects.

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    • http://slideshare.net/cameronneylon
    • Who is this guy anyway?
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    • Please suspend disbelief... - security - IP - regulatory issues ...I will come back to them http://www.flickr.com/photos/nihilenz/2545518545
    • In the last five years...? http://flickr.com/photos/stewart/461099066/
    • ...in the past 24 hours?
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/nbachiyski/2186228572/
    • ...is to the fully integrated laboratory record...
    • as...
    • is to...
    • The Lab that was Born on the Web Cameron Neylon
    • The premise.... Most of what is needed to build a fully integrated laboratory recording system can be found, for free, in existing web services... (it does lack a little polish admittedly) It just needs to be wired up (that’s a big “just”)
    • Lab book as a journal... http://www.flickr.com/photos/nbachiyski/2186228572/
    • Blog as journal...
    • Description, date categorisation, objects, identity, accessibility... ...not of much interest to most people
    • http://biolab.isis.rl.ac.uk/projects/blog/
    • Automatic Blogging by Machines
    • Integration and communication
    • http://biolab.isis.rl.ac.uk/projects/blog/
    • Procedure Experiment Material Sample Data Data Data Analysis Analysis
    • Procedure Experiment Material Sample Material Sample Material Sample Data Data Data Data Data Analysis Analysis
    • Schema? Stuff gets combined with other stuff and stuff is done to it to make more stuff. (Meaning can be layered on later according to specific needs)
    • Data Data Data Data Data Data Analysis Procedure Procedure Analysis Procedure Procedure Sample Material Sample Sample Material Sample Sample Material Material Sample Sample Time
    • Data Data Data Data Data Data Analysis Procedure Procedure Analysis Procedure Procedure Sample Material Sample Sample Material Sample Sample Material Material Sample Sample Time
    • Data services ...get someone else to do the heavy lifting...
    • Good data services will... Provide a URL endpoint for any item  Will understand your data type enough...  ...to provide simple embed codes and more sophisticated re-packaging where required Handle versioning, identity, date stamps,  provenance, security, etc...
    • Data Data Data Data Data Data Analysis Procedure Procedure Analysis Procedure Procedure Sample Material Sample Sample Material Sample Sample Material Material Sample Sample Time
    • Data Data Samples can be offloaded... Data Data Data Data Analysis Procedure Procedure Analysis LIMS, Database, Blog, Wiki, Spreadsheet... Procedure Procedure Sample Material Sample Sample Material Sample Sample Material Material Sample Sample Time
    • Data Data Procedures are just documents... Data Data Data Data Analysis Procedure Procedure Analysis Procedure Procedure Sample Material Sample Sample Material Sample Sample Material Material Sample Sample Time
    • Measuring solubility
    • http://onschallenge.wikispaces.com/Exp026
    • http://tinyurl.com/ons-challenge-spreadsheet
    • http://oru.edu/cccda/sl/descriptorspace/ds.php
    • http://oru.edu/cccda/sl/descriptorspace/ds.php
    • http://slurl.com/secondlife/Drexel/165/178/24
    • If we push it all out to other services...
    • ...what are we left with?
    • Time
    • The feed of links between resources Time
    • How do you capture this?
    • Lane Sample uL 1 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 2 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 3 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] [[Section>Procedure]] [[Procedure_Type>electrophoresis_agarose]] [[Sandpit_group>ahm2007]]
    • Lane Sample uL 1 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 2 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 3 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] [[Section>Procedure]] [[Procedure_Type>electrophoresis_agarose]] [[Sandpit_group>ahm2007]]
    • Lane Sample uL 1 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 2 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] 3 [[DNA:%]] [[box]] [[Section>Procedure]] [[Procedure_Type>electrophoresis_agarose]] [[Sandpit_group>ahm2007]]
    • A framework. Not a system.
    • Standardize the connections
    • Not the end points
    • The architecture is already in place The standards already exist There is a massive infrastructure in place Use whatever tools you(r users) want... ....just provide an accessible endpoint
    • “If my business model was based on control I’d be getting real worried right about now” John Wilbanks,Vice President, Science Commons
    • ...delivery of information to the right place, at the right time...
    • The future will be about leveraging other people’s data
    • Less “integration”. More “linking”.
    • Jeremy Frey Jenny Hale Andrew Milsted Southampton development team Simon Coles Steve Wilson Mark Borkum Dave de Roure Jean-Claude Bradley Rajarshi Guha Open Notebook Science Andy Lang Solubility Challenge Antony Williams Egon Willighagen Pierre Lindenbaum