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An update on the latest BioSharing work; including work with ELIXIR and NIH BD2K, also our survey to assess user needs (530 replies) and the work on the recommender tool

An update on the latest BioSharing work; including work with ELIXIR and NIH BD2K, also our survey to assess user needs (530 replies) and the work on the recommender tool

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BioSharing - Update - Feb2016

  1. 1. Updates – 18th Feb 2016 also  opera)ng  as  a  WG  in    Run  at   is  also  an   contribu)on  to  
  2. 2. •  Conducted  a  survey  to  assess  users  needs:  532  replies  being  analysed,  the  outcome  will:   •  provide  a  review  of  BioSharing  content  and  func)onality  as  the  ELIXIR  Standards  Registry,  under   the  European  ELIXIR  EXCELERATE  project   •  define  BioSharing  ac)vi)es  under  the  US  NIH  Big  Data  to  Knowledge  (BD2K)  ini)a)ve,  working  with   the  NIH  Associate  Director  for  Data  Science  (ADDS)  office,  to  ensure  complementarity  with  the  SCC   Activities in and The  replies  to  the  other  ques)ons  tell  us  about  the  users’   •  level  of  familiarity  with  standards   •  type  of  standards  they  want  to  see  in  the  registry   •  descriptors  about  standards  to  help  them  make  decisions   •  desired  func)onality  of  the  registry   •  preferred  indicator  of  maturity,  adop)on  and  use  of  standards   Replies  to  3  of  the  10  ques7ons  
  3. 3. Is  there  a  database,  implemen7ng   standards,  where  to  deposit  my   metagenomics  dataset?   My  funder’s  data  sharing  policy   recommends  the  use  of   established  standards,  but  which   ones  are  widely  endorsed  and   applicable  to  my  toxicological  and   clinical  data?   Am  I  using  the  most  up-­‐to-­‐date   version  of  this  terminology  to   annotate  cell-­‐based  assays?     I  understand  this  format  has  been   deprecated;  what  has  been  replaced  by   and  how  is  leading  the  work?   Are  there  databases  implemen)ng  this   exchange  format,  whose  development   we  have  funded?     What  are  the  mature   standards  and  standards-­‐ compliant  databases  we   should  recommend  to   our  authors?   Help users to make informed decisions
  4. 4. From simple and advance search interfaces to…. Powered  by  curated  descrip)ons  of  each  standard  and   database  records,  and  their  rela)ons;  simpler  at  the   beginning  (prototype  below)  more  granular  progressively   ….the recommender system

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