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Research Objects Tutorial (TPDL)

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Research Object Tutorial at the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) in Valletta, Malta 2013.

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Research Objects Tutorial (TPDL)

  1. 1. Date: 09/22/2013 Research Objects Daniel Garijo Ontology Engineering Group Universidad Politécnica de Madrid dgarijo@fi.upm.es http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/members/DGarijo/#me TPDL 2013, Valletta, Malta
  2. 2. 2 What is a Research Object? •Aggregation of resources that bundles together the contents of a research work: •Data •Experiments •Examples •Bibliography •Annotations •Provenance •ROs •Etc. What is a Research Object?
  3. 3. RO at 5000 feetRO at 5000 feet
  4. 4. •Process preservation: URIs/dois for referencing resources. •Reusability of any part of the RO •Repeatability /Reproducibility: redeployment of the method •Traceability and error detection. •Attribution: able to cite data and publications of the RO •Understandability: Links between data, results and annotations. •Curation: by explicitly exposing the methods of the experiment. Why Research Objects?
  5. 5. What can you find in a Research Object?
  6. 6.  Digital instrument that allows scientists to represent computational and data manipulation steps.  Coordinates the execution and links the resources together. Scientific Workflows
  7. 7. 7TPDL 2013, Valleta, Malta. What can you find in a Research Object? A real example
  8. 8. What can you find in a Research Object? A real example (2)
  9. 9. •Tool support •Interoperability + Open Annotation http://www.openannotation.org/spec/core/ Research Objects: An Overview
  10. 10. •Vocabulary for describing Research Objects •Generic •Extensible to multiple domains •Modular RO Core Evolution Workflow Wfprov Wfdesc OREAO/OA Other Research Objects: An Overview
  11. 11. RO Core Evolution Workflow Wfprov Wfdesc OREAO/OA Other The Research Object Model: ORE
  12. 12. •ORE: Object Reuse and Exchange •Resources can be further specialized according to the domain The Research Object Model: ORE
  13. 13. RO Core Evolution Workflow Wfprov Wfdesc OREAO/OA Other The Research Object Model: AO
  14. 14. The Research Object Model: Annotations
  15. 15. TPDL 2013, Valleta, Malta. RO Core Evolution Workflow Wfprov Wfdesc OREAO/OA Other The Research Object Model: Roevo
  16. 16. Entity Agent Activity Versionable Resource Change Specification Change LiveRO ArchivedRO SnapshotRO W3C PROV The Research Object Model: Evolution of ROs
  17. 17. TPDL 2013, Valleta, Malta. RO Core Evolution Workflow Wfprov Wfdesc OREAO/OA Other The Research Object Model: Workflow
  18. 18. •Vocabulary for describing scientific workflows as ROs •Reuse of standards (PROV) •Compatible with other vocabularies for workflow representation •Focused on: •Workflow description (wfdesc): how the specification of the workflow was planned •Workflow provenance (wfprov): how the results have been obtained The Research Object Model: Workflow centric ROs
  19. 19. Input descriptions Step descriptions Output descriptions Workflow The Research Object Model: Workflow centric ROs- Example
  20. 20. The Research Object Model: workflow description
  21. 21. The Research Object Model: workflow provenance
  22. 22. RO-ify your work! http://researchobject.org/ Join the discussion… W3C Research Object for Scholarly Communication Community Group http://www.w3.org/community/rosc/ RO Tools presentation coming after the break… Acknowledgements: Wf4Ever project Special thanks to Stian Soiland Reyes, Kevin Page and Oscar Corcho.
  23. 23. Date: 09/22/2013 Research Objects Daniel Garijo Ontology Engineering Group Universidad Politécnica de Madrid dgarijo@fi.upm.es http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/members/DGarijo/#me TPDL 2013, Valletta, Malta

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