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Visualizing data

  1. 1. Visualizing data Violeta Ilik Metadata Cataloging Librarian Texas A&M University Libraries
  2. 2. Viewshare open-source visualization platform
  3. 3. Viewshare – 3 use cases • Collection ingested in XML (MODS) format • Scientific data set ingested as xsl file • Academic community data ingested xsl file
  4. 4. Texas A&M System - Board approved operating budgets MARCXML MODS
  5. 5. MODS XML file
  6. 6. Board approved operating budgets – Texas A&M University System
  7. 7. Present fields
  8. 8. Present fields (cont.)
  9. 9. List view by member institution
  10. 10. Ecoli data set Study design: cross sectional study cross-sectional studies involve data collected at a defined time - used to assess the prevalence of acute or chronic conditions, or to answer questions about the causes of disease or the results of medical intervention.
  11. 11. Ecoli visualization – raw data
  12. 12. Ecoli visualization – human readable data
  13. 13. Ecoli visualization – human readable data
  14. 14. Ecoli visualization – Visualization of data set from a cross sectional study
  15. 15. Ecoli visualization – Visualization of data set from a cross sectional study
  16. 16. Visualizing academic communities Dwight Look College of Engineering - Department of Computer Science & Engineering
  17. 17. Texas A&M Computer Science & Engineering– Visualizing academic community
  18. 18. Texas A&M Computer Science & Engineering– Visualization of academic community
  19. 19. Texas A&M Computer Science & Engineering– Visualization of academic community
  20. 20. Texas A&M Computer Science & Engineering
  21. 21. Library of Congress Subject Headings – research area
  22. 22. Library of Congress Subject Headings
  23. 23. Lexvo term
  24. 24. EuroVoc
  25. 25. AGROVOC Thesaurus
  26. 26. DBpedia
  27. 27. DBpedia
  28. 28. Virtual International Authority File
  29. 29. Visualizing data • Data Integration: Importing Data from External Systems • Integrating and harvesting multiple data sources with symplectic elements • Customizing visualization platforms to meet (y)our needs
  30. 30. VIVO “VIVO is an open community, an information model, and an open source semantic web application supporting the advancement of scholarship by integrating and sharing information about scholars, their activities and outputs at a single institution while supporting discovery of related work and expertise across a distributed network.”
  31. 31. VIVO @ Texas A&M University
  32. 32. Lessons learned “Progress toward better data integration will happen through use of the key piece of technology that made the World Wide Web so successful: the link” Sir Tim Berners-Lee
  33. 33. Thank you Violeta Ilik Metadata Cataloging Librarian Texas A&M University vilik at library tamu edu

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