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  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester VIVO + ORCID = a collaborative project Gudmundur ‘Mummi’ Thorisson<gt50@le.ac.uk> Department of Genetics, University of Leicester ORCID - http://www.orcid.org GEN2PHEN - http://www.gen2phen.org -- Outline -- • Self-intro - who am I and how did I get here? • ORCID - tackling the author/contributor identification challenge • The VIVO-ORCID collaborative project NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 1Friday, 25 March 2011
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  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 3Friday, 25 March 2011 View slide
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  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester The data sharing problem NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 4Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Lack of incentives for sharing • Effort required to prepare, package and submit datasets to public repositories • Time better spent writing papers & grants • All sticks (funders, journals) - no carrots • Need incentives - treat data as publications “[...] Many of the issues regarding data availability can be addressed if the principles of “publication” rather than “sharing” are applied. However, online data publication systems also need to develop mechanisms for data citation and indices of data access comparable to those for citation systems in print journals” Costello, M. Motivating Online Publication of Data. BioScience (2009) vol. 59 (5) pp. 418-427 NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 5Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester The problem with names name ambiguity => attribution challenges How about these? NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 6Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester The problem with names name ambiguity => attribution challenges How about these? Or these? J. Smith Are these authors all the same person? J. Smith G. Thorisson, University of Leicester J. Smith G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester J. Smith G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory J. Smith [etc.] ∼2/3 of the ∼6 million authors in MEDLINE share a last name and first initial with at least one other author, and an ambiguous name refers to ∼8 persons on average. Torvik and Smalheiser. Author name disambiguation in MEDLINE. ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (2009) vol. 3 (3) NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 6Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Need to IDENTIFY people as they contribute to & access Internet resources• The basic identity problem the Internet poses is establishing one party’s identity to another party’s satisfaction through communication across the network. Weitzner. In Search of Manageable Identity Systems. IEEE Internet Computing (2006) vol. 10 (6) pp. 84-86 NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 7Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Need to IDENTIFY people as they contribute to & access Internet resources• The basic identity problem the Internet poses is establishing one party’s identity to another party’s satisfaction through communication across the network. Weitzner. In Search of Manageable Identity Systems. IEEE Internet Computing (2006) vol. 10 (6) pp. 84-86 NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 7Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester ORCID - tackling the identity problem ? ORCID ORCID ID: B-1242-2010 F67572010 G. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Lab. ORCID ID: G-1442-2009 J. Smith, Univ. North Pole ORCID ID: D-2400-2010 J. Smith, Luthor Corporation Global registry of disambiguated IDs for contributors: i) researchers to manage & use their ORCID ID ii) track author-to-publication attribution links iii) interact with other systems (e.g. publishers, digital libraries) NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 8Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 9Friday, 25 March 2011
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  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 10Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 10Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Technology evalutation + developer community engagement [...] The overall aim of the proposed project is to understand how VIVO and ORCID could interact in the scholarly identity ecosystem. To this end, two main areas of work are planned. The first will focus on evaluating the VIVO project, the VIVO technology and its current/planned capabilities, with respect to the core ORCID mission and its technical requirements. Aims of this analysis include identifying overlaps and commonalities, and answering questions such as: should ORCID use/ extend the VIVO ontology for semantic interoperability? Could some VIVO software components be reused/extended by ORCID? How would a researcher interact with ORCID through his/her institutional VIVO installation? [...] Given that a key aim of both VIVO and ORCID is the creation of an infrastructure that makes information about researchers and their scholarly works openly available, it would seem that VIVO and ORCID could both benefit from closer collaboration. Both projects already collaborate strategically, so the aim of this proposal is to foster a closer technological collaboration. NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 11Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Technical development (OK, it’s hacking!) [...] The aim [...] is to get hands-on experience with the VIVO software itself. This will be done by implementing several extensions to the VIVO platform to support a subset of important ORCID use cases, focusing on (but not limited to): • Search for, retrieve and ingest bibliographical information from the CrossRef system • Secure, OAuth-based exchange of both public and non-public researcher profile information between VIVO and an external profile system (e.g. MS tracking system) Taken together, the outcomes of the project will at a minimum increase ORCID’s understanding of the VIVO technology, NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 12Friday, 25 March 2011
  • Friday, 25 March 2011
  • Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Technical development (OK, it’s hacking!) [...] The aim [...] is to get hands-on experience with the VIVO software itself. This will be done by implementing several extensions to the VIVO platform to support a subset of important ORCID use cases, focusing on (but not limited to): • Search for, retrieve and ingest bibliographical information from the CrossRef system • Secure, OAuth-based exchange of both public and non-public researcher profile information between VIVO and an external profile system (e.g. MS tracking system) Taken together, the outcomes of the project will at a minimum increase ORCID’s understanding of the VIVO technology, NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 14Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Coming autumn 2011, to a venue near you! Int’l workshop on researcher identity • Co-organized by CSC (Finland IT Centre for Science) • Provisional title: “Identity in research infrastructure and scientific communication" - IRISC • Location: Helsinki • Time: September 12-13 NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 15Friday, 25 March 2011
  • G. A. Thorisson, University of Leicester Acknowledgements This work has received funding from the European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) GEN2PHEN Consortium under grant agreement number http://www.gen2phen.org/about-gen2phen/partners 200754 - the GEN2PHEN project. Anthony J. Brookes Bioinformatics Group Contact me! Gudmundur ‘Mummi’ Thorisson <gt50@le.ac.uk> http://friendfeed.com/mummi http://www.linkedin.com/in/mummi http://www.twitter.com/gthorisson NIH VIVO workshop 25-26 March 2011 16Friday, 25 March 2011