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When Metadata Is the Content.... How Publishers Are Adding Value to Their Content to Increase Discoverability

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  • If you as an STM publisher want to offer expert centered solution – the first thing is that you need to know your experts – without clear profiles overcoming author homonym problems is it not possible. User involvement to build a clean database is not very promising – it takes forever and is very unlikely to go beyond 10-20% completenes. Since we at Collexis wanted to implement a prepopulated social network using PubMed as a content source, we have developed an author disambiguation process - with a very high precision. Applying it to PubMed, we were able to create 1.8 million disambiguated profiles with more than 30 million connections between the authors.

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  • 1. Darrell W. Gunter, EVP / Chief Marketing Officer Collexis Holdings, Inc. May 28, 2009 When Metadata Is the Content .... How Publishers Are Adding Value to Their Content to Increase Discoverability
  • 2. Creating fingerprints from documents using semantic technologies
  • 3. Resolves linguistic ‘challenges’
    • Stemming, lemmatization and Normalizing
        • Plural  singular e.g.: Diseases  disease
        • Past  present e.g.: Treated  treat
    • Multi-lingual
        • Gripe  Griep  Influenza
    • Synonyms
        • Earth  Globe
    • Disambiguation of homonyms
        • Jaguar ? Car or Animal
    • Abbreviations
        • SARS  Severa Acute Respitory Syndrom (SARS)
        • Long Form  Short Form
    • Phrases: meaningful & coherent utterances
        • e.g. blackwater fever
  • 4. Collexis Fingerprinting Technology
    • Expert Profiles & Networks
    • Knowledge Discovery Search
    • Hypothesis Generation
  • 5. Expertise...
  • 6. Explore instead of Searching!
  • 7. Potential Co-occurrence of Concepts Hypothesis Generation!
  • 8. Conceptual Search & Visualization!
  • 9. Concept & Author View
  • 10. Science as a collaborative effort! As an STM Publisher...
    • How to support a researcher in the area of collaboration and networking?
    • How to support a researcher in finding potential collaborators in interdisciplinary areas?
    • How to allow the researcher to effectively manage his network of collaborators?
    • How to support the researcher in reaching out to the group of researchers working on the same research question?
  • 11. Publishers, Societies and traditional networking I
    • In the past, networking between reseachers has taken place mostly
      • at conferences
      • in the context of societies
    • The new social networking wave using semantic technologies is about to cannibalize this form of networking with new generations of scientists entering the scene
  • 12. Publishers, Societies and traditional networking II
    • Are scientists well served with platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and MySpace?
    • Not really as these platforms are not specific for their work
    • However the content / STM products can be used to establish pre-populated social networks – supporting very specifically the needs of the target group
  • 13. Smith, Taylor and Foster – the disambiguation challenge
    • Before you can suggest collaborators etc. you need to know you experts – which is sometimes challenging
    • Disambiguation of authors is a crucial success factor for pre-populated social networks
    • Collexis has developed a sophisticated process to achieve this - and has applied it to PubMed
    • Using PubMed as a source Collexis has created 1.8 million disambiguated expert profiles in a free social networking site www.biomedexperts.com
  • 14. Ingredients for a pre-populated STM Network
    • Users / experts
    • Relations between users
    • Common interest area to make it interesting to join
    • Possibility to solve technical challenges like author disambiguation
    • That‘s it!
    Authors... Co-authorship, affiliation... Society, journal... Problem solved... Pre-populated social networks – turning content into communities!
  • 15.  
  • 16.
    • Co-author based networks
  • 17.
    • Geographical
    • mapping of the
    • co-author network
  • 18. Same data for sub networks
  • 19. Government Research Institutions
  • 20. Consortiums i.e. NIH CTSA
  • 21. ...or for peer reviewer identification
  • 22. Creating STM sub-networks
    • Having a researcher to join 25 different networks?
    • Should the user related information be spread out over 25 different social networks?
    • With BiomedExperts an "Umbrella Network"is available, where complete and disambiguated profiles are maintained – ready to be integrated into customized special interest networks on a topic level, society or publisher level
    • One profile, one login, many networks!
  • 23. STM Subnetworks – ready to go today! Sub network for a society Sub network for a journal Reviewer assignment Sub network of all author of one publisher Virtual conferences - network of participants Network of funded researchers
  • 24. The Use of Semantic Technologies
    • ... Is making these networks and services possible – not theoretically, already in reality... Which means that the
    • "This is where the meta data has become the content.!"
  • 25. Thank you for your attention!
    • Darrell W. Gunter, EVP / Chief Marketing Officer [email_address] , cell +1-973-454-3475
    • Christian Herzog, MD, Managing Director STM
    • [email_address] , cell +49-171-5678917