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NISO Virtual Conference Scientific Data Management: Caring for Your Institution and its Intellectual Wealth

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February 18 2015 NISO Virtual Conference
Scientific Data Management: Caring for Your Institution and its Intellectual Wealth
Network Effects: RMap Project
Sheila M. Morrissey, Senior Researcher, ITHAKA

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NISO Virtual Conference Scientific Data Management: Caring for Your Institution and its Intellectual Wealth

  1. 1. Network Effects: The RMap Project NISO Virtual Conference Scientific Data Management: Caring for Your Institution and its Intellectual Wealth 18 February 2015 Sheila M. Morrissey Portico
  2. 2. The Challenge
  3. 3. “Because none of us are really working alone.” - Christine L. Borgman http://stanford-ppl.github.io/Delite/optigraph/
  4. 4. Scholarly communication isn’t just the article any more
  5. 5. http://www.oclc.org/research/publications/library/2014/oclcresearch-evolving- scholarly-record-2014.pdf
  6. 6. The article isn’t just the article any more
  7. 7. DiSCO (Distributed Complex Scholarly Object) C-2 A-2 creator D-2 cites C-1 D-1 Publisher Data Repository Software Repository S-1 creator creator source outputOf C-2 creator C-2 A-2 creator Identity Provider creator D-2 S-1 creator SA Article D DatasetC Creator Software
  8. 8. The Project
  9. 9. Partnership Data Conservancy (Johns Hopkins University) Expertise in management of large data data archives from multiple disciplines disciplines PI: Sayeed Choudhury IEEE Expertise in content management and and publishing systems PI: Gerry Grenier Portico Expertise in digital preservation, publisher workflow requirements, and and existing relationships with 240 publishers PI: Kate Wittenberg
  10. 10. Funded by Alfred P. Sloan foundation A two-year project supported by a $602,000 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Develop prototype services that build, store, update, and retrieve the connections among publications and data, and preserve those connections over the long-term
  11. 11. Work Plan & Deliverables Year One June 2014-March 2015 Planning Phase: • Gather requirements • create use cases • hold workshop (October 22, 2014 NYC) with stakeholders • refine use scenarios based on community feedback Year Two March 2015-June 2016 Prototype Development: Create system to identify, store, update, and retrieve relationships among publications and their data
  12. 12. The Approach
  13. 13. Uses Impact Curation Validation Connection
  14. 14. Many to Many Connections
  15. 15. RMap Preservation Services Researcher s Funders Academic Institutions Data Repositorie s Registries Publishers
  16. 16. RMap Preservation Services Researcher s Funders Academic Institutions Data Repositorie s Registries Publishers
  17. 17. Data Model
  18. 18. Linked data <subject> URI <predicate> URI <object> URI or Literal < DOI:10.1109/ACCESS.2014.2332453> <dc:title> “Toward Scalable Systems for Big Data Analytics: A Technology Tutorial”
  19. 19. Statement (triple) Resource (URI) Scholarly agent Agent profile System agent EventDiSCO Subject is a Created via Aggregate of Described by Created by Is a Scholarly artifact e.g. article, dataset Is a Described byfunded by, authored by etc. Object can be a
  20. 20. Statement (triple) Resource (URI) Scholarly agent Agent profile System agent DiSCO Subject is a Created via Aggregate of Described by Created by Is a Scholarly artifact e.g. article, dataset Is a Described byfunded by, authored by etc. Object can be a Event
  21. 21. Statement (triple) Resource (URI) Scholarly agent Agent profile System agent EventDiSCO Subject is a Created via Aggregate of Described by Created by Is a RDF DCOAI-ORE FOAF PROV-O Scholarly artifact e.g. article, dataset Is a Described byfunded by, authored by etc. Object can be a
  22. 22. API: RESTful Services
  23. 23. rmap:Statement https://rmap- project.atlassian.net/ wiki/ Function HTTP API Path Explain stmt API OPTIONS /api/{version}/stmt Get stmt API status HEAD /api/{version}/stmt Get stmt API info GET /api/{version}/stmt Create stmt POST /api/{version}/stmt Get stmt status HEAD /api/{version}/stmt/{stmtId} Get stmt GET /api/{version}/stmt/{stmtId} Update stmt PUT /api/{version}/stmt/{stmtId} Delete stmt DELETE /api/{version}/stmt/{stmtId} Read multiple stmts POST /api/{version}/stmt/list Get related events GET /api/{version}/stmt/{stmtId}/events
  24. 24. “Because none of us are really working alone.” - Christine L. Borgman • Sayeed Choudhury, Tim DiLauro: Data Conservancy, Johns Hopkins • Mark Donoghue, Gerry Grenier, Renny Guida, Ken Rawson: IEEE • Vinay Cheruku, Karen Hanson, Amy Kirchhoff, John Meyer, Sheila Morrissey, Stephanie Orphan, Jabin White, Kate Wittenberg: Portico This research project is made possible through generous support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation We thank our workshop participants for their valuable feedback
  25. 25. http://www.rmap-project.com https://rmap-project.atlassian.net/wiki/ @rmapproject rmap.project@gmail.com Many thanks to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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