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Dagstuhl Workshop - The Future of Research Communications

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    Dagstuhl Workshop 15-18 Aug 2011 Dagstuhl Workshop 15-18 Aug 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Making Beyond the PDF Current Practice
      Phil Bourne
      pbourne@ucsd.edu
    • A Reminder of my Perspective …
      Computational biologist
      Co-direct the Protein Data Bank
      EIC PLoS Computational Biology
      Wanting to embrace what you are developing
      Willing to promote your developments in any way I can
      Co-hosted the Beyond the PDF workshop
    • What Has Happened for Me Post PDF Workshop?
      Good news: Seen small shifts in the reward system
      Bad news: See the crisis in the research system thwarting innovation in scholarship
      Think maybe SciVerse is a game changer?
      Initially thought a data journal was a logical development
      Convinced myself that workflows are critical, but not sure yet whether they are practical
    • The Data Journal Posting
      Response to the lack of innovation from HHMI/Wellcome/MP
      A reward enough for publishing data?
      A new paradigm in computation?
      Are Dryad, Dataciteetc enough?
      Are institutional repositories enough?
      Is it a good idea to have database developers as publishers?
    • The Data Journal Response
      Don’t reinvent the wheel
      We have a technical solution!
      Can we/should we review it?
      Gels with the executable journal ideas of Anita/Tim/Dave/Carole/others
      Cf CKAN, github
      PLoS is trying Dryad
      F1000 trying a hybrid model
      NPG will be trying something
    • Finally Getting onto Workflows!
      Presented the TB druggome as the BtPDF challenge
      Subsequently been working with Yolanda Gil (USC) and Daniel Garjiro (Elsevier Fellow) to build into a workflow
    • Status
      Its hard and embarrassing
      We have a working prototype using Wings
      I can feel the potential productivity gains
      Its been a lot of fun and will enable us to improve our processes regardless of the workflow system itself
    • Yes Its Real
    • Workflow – Tentative Plan
      Have a new fellow who will use it to compute the T brucei(causative agent of sleeping sickness) druggome
      Publish a follow-up paper in the PLoS Comp Biol software section to the original TB druggome research article which is the workflow published by the journal
    • What Do I Want Out of This?
      A clear way to contribute:
      Start or work with an existing data journal?
      Engage PLoS somehow?
      Use the Protein Data Bank (PDB) as an exemplar in some way
      Do something new and exciting science via workflows and data deposition?