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GEN2PHEN GAM8 meeting Leiden - Update on ORCID and other ID developments

  1. 1. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Update on ORCID and other ID developments Gudmundur A. Thorisson <gt50@leicester.ac.uk> ULEIC -- Overview -- ✴ ORCID status update and outlook for 2012 ✴ Report from IRISC identity workshop in Helsinki ✴ ID-related projects ✴ Contribution tracking tools for Drupal-based websites ✴ Some notes on identifying vs. locating digital resources This work is published under the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) which means that it can be freely copied, redistributed and adapted, as long as proper attribution is given. GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 1Friday, 27 January 12
  2. 2. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC ORCID - unique identifers for scholarly authors ? ORCID ID: 935-352-535-11 ORCID G. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Lab. F67572010 ORCID ID: 935-352-987-11 J. Smith, Univ. North Pole ORCID ID: 883-352-334-01 J. Smith, Luthor Corporation Centrally-managed, sustainable informatics infrastructure: i) for researchers to manage & use profile ii) for tracking author-to-publication attribution links iii) interaction with other systems (e.g. publishers, digital libraries, univ.) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012Friday, 27 January 12 2
  3. 3. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC ORCID - unique identifers for scholarly authors ? ORCID ID: 935-352-535-11 ORCID G. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Univ. Leicester G. A. Thorisson, Cold Spring Harbor Lab. F67572010 ORCID ID: 935-352-987-11 J. Smith, Univ. North Pole ORCID ID: 883-352-334-01 J. Smith, Luthor Corporation Centrally-managed, sustainable informatics infrastructure: i) for researchers to manage & use profile ii) for tracking author-to-publication attribution links iii) interaction with other systems (e.g. publishers, digital libraries, univ.) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012Friday, 27 January 12 2
  4. 4. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 3Friday, 27 January 12
  5. 5. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC The organization ORCID transcends discipline, geographic, national and institutional boundaries Taken from http://www.orcid.org/participants GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 4Friday, 27 January 12
  6. 6. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC tio ns a ni sa Org >1 50 GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 5Friday, 27 January 12
  7. 7. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC tio ns a ni sa Org 10 >3 50 150 > GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 5Friday, 27 January 12
  8. 8. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Update on ORCID Phase 1 development • Beta development well underway • API specification documents: http://orcid.org/twg • Mock API Code for download: https://github.com/orcid • Early adopters now have something hands-on to work with • Key API features – Retrieve profile data in multiple formats – OAuth authenticated read/write access GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 6Friday, 27 January 12
  9. 9. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Outlook for ORCID in 2012 • Enough $$$ to start operations now secured, so organization is hiring Executive Director, Technical Director & other staff • Complete Phase 1 development and launch public beta service – Focus on active researchers: register to populate own profile, select institutions depositing profiles for their staff, API for interacting with external profile systems • Flesh out Phase 2 development roadmap – More extensive functionality: disambiguation, deposit profiles by non-institutional 3rd parties, record contributor roles, users to claim non-article published works • Key challenges – Phase 2 discussions in TWG at near-standstill recently - NEED full-time staff! – ORCID Board politics – Community outreach, to users and especially developers – Support in journal MS tracking systems <-- main point of contact for academics GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 7Friday, 27 January 12
  10. 10. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 8Friday, 27 January 12
  11. 11. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 8Friday, 27 January 12
  12. 12. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC The 1st IRISC workshop @CSC, Helsinki • Workshop themes – unambiguously identifying authors/creators & attributing their scholarly works – individual identification and access management in the context of identity federations • Workshop aims – Raising overall awareness of key technical and non-technical challenges, opportunities and developments. – Facilitating a dialogue, cross-pollination of ideas, collaboration and coordination between diverse – and largely unconnected – communities. – Identifying & discussing existing/emerging technologies, best practices and requirements for researcher identification. • >60 participants, 2/3 from IDF community • Mixture of plenary sessions & facilitated, interactive discussions in 2x parallel breakout sessions GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 9Friday, 27 January 12
  13. 13. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC workshop summary, key points • End user adoption of the ORCID identifier service and its future expanded role – Encourage developers to use ORCID API sandbox to build proof-of-concept apps – Promoting benefits of scholary IDs and identifier infrastructure in the scientific community • Identity federations and interfederation services and their role in research e-infrastructure – Many issues relating to usability, outreach, privacy risks with releasing user data, attribute harmonization, etc • Opportunities for collaboration and interoperability – ORCID-to-IDF connectivity - solution for ‘homeless’ & ‘nomadic’ researchers? – Interest piloting IDF-based access management for biomedical data – Best way to express a user’s ORCID author identifier as an IDF attribute GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 10Friday, 27 January 12
  14. 14. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC dissemination • Report published online on website & deposited in Nat Precedings: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6609.1 • Summary document circulated via E-mail • Extended abstracted submitted to TNC2012 networking conference • Planning to submit short correspondence to a journal GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 11Friday, 27 January 12
  15. 15. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IRISC dissemination • Report published online on website & deposited in Nat Precedings: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6609.1 • Summary document circulated via E-mail • Extended abstracted submitted to TNC2012 networking conference • Planning to submit short correspondence to a journal GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 11Friday, 27 January 12
  16. 16. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Other identity-related developments • Piloting GWAS ‘nanopublications’ (joint with OpenPHACTS) – GWAS Central as ‘nanopublisher’ – Core variant<->disease assertions from GWAS papers published as Linked Data – Provenance section of nanopub RDF to include attribution via ORCID URIs • Publication credit for Cafe Variome deposits – O. Lancaster (orcid:934-342-433-91). 4x variants in BRCA2 gene. Published online via Cafe Variome. 21 January (2011) doi:10.1255/caferouge.BRCA2-2352354 => http://api.caferouge.org/atomserver/v1/caferouge/mutations/2352354 – Assertion in ORCID: orcid:934-342-433-91 <created> doi:10.1255/caferouge.BRCA2-2352354 • Contributor tracking for Drupal sites (joint with BioSHaRE-IT) – Extensions for tracking contributions to project outputs & ORCID integration GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 12Friday, 27 January 12
  17. 17. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  18. 18. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  19. 19. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Contribution tracking for Drupal websites • Currently, in a typical Drupal CMS installation – Registered users have account on site (a local user ID) – System tracks which users post which bits of content – Reporting tools provided to see who posted what • But poster is frequently NOT the person(s) who actually created the work GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 13Friday, 27 January 12
  20. 20. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 14Friday, 27 January 12
  21. 21. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 14Friday, 27 January 12
  22. 22. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  23. 23. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] G.A. Thorisson [authored] A. Cambon-Thomsen [authored] O. Lancaster [authored] D. Atlan [authored] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  24. 24. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #1: Enhance provenance of site content • Make it possible to – link multiple local user IDs on Drupal site with content of certain types (nodes) – browse, search & discover content based on “contributorship” information – e.g. list all deliverables associated with Adam Webb – e.g. which persons have contributed to deliverable XX – Example of enriched attribution metadata: – D9.3 Draft Report on Incentives [...] A. Reiche [posted] G.A. Thorisson [authored] A. Cambon-Thomsen [authored] O. Lancaster [authored] D. Atlan [authored] A. Devereau [reviewed] T. Beck [reviewed] J. Celli [reviewed] GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 15Friday, 27 January 12
  25. 25. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Aim #2: enable linking to ORCID ID service • Extend Drupal to add ORCID integration in order to: – enable users to link their local user ID with an ORCID and – submit author <-> publication assertions to central ORCID index • How will this work? – Button for signing in with ORCID (think “Sign in with Twitter”) – User authorizes KC site to interact with ORCID on his behalf • How will this be implemented? – Build as a standalone Drupal module that any site can take and use – Main targets: GEN2PHEN KC, BioSHaRE Mica platform, UoIceland inst. site GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 16Friday, 27 January 12
  26. 26. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Key benefits / motivation • General: enhanced visibility for contributors on community site – Deliverable reports, dissemination activities, working papers, software etc. – Who has contributed to what content • ORCID-enablement – NOT totally essential, BUT would support a range of important use cases, e.g.: • Starting from ORCID site, discover a person’s GEN2PHEN/BioSHARE contributions and learn more about the nature of those contributions • Starting from GEN2PHEn/BioSHARE site, find the author’s primary scholarly profile on IRCID and discover more of his/her works • Use as a platform for experimenting with ID-based functionality – Technical “nuts&bolts” of integration via the ORCID API – Workflows for: authors assigning authorship via IDs, claiming authorship, etc. – Capturing&displaying nature of contribution: author/analyst/curator/reviewer GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 17Friday, 27 January 12
  27. 27. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Identifiers vs. locators • Identification == crucial requirement for attributing credit – Who contributed? – What was contributed to? • ORCID needs some sort of handle or pointer to the “stuff” • URL location <-- workable for general content if no other option – Internet location + some basic metadata to indicate what kind of content • Example: http://www.le.ac.uk/~gt50/very_important_report.pdf – Content moves => link is broken => users cannot access => BAD! • Persistent identifier <-- vital for ‘proper’ scholarly record, long term – DOI or other persistent identifer + copy of bibliographic info – Identifier resolves to metadata record, link to location of content • Example: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nbt1109-984b => ‘landing page’ on journal website – Content moves => DOI metadata is updated => identifier points to new location GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 18Friday, 27 January 12
  28. 28. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC IDs in GEN2PHEN, 12-18 month outlook • Continue to support (and influence) ORCID development – TWG discussions, feedback on specs, piloting, promote at meetings etc. • Contributor tracking and related work – tooling potentially widely useful to many websites based on same CMS – develop/promote, good progress achievable before end of GEN2PHEN • WP9 - sustainability, incentivization for sharing – Contributor IDs and resource IDs key components in BRIF • ID-based data access management - need to continue to investigate & liase with IDF community • Repeat IRISC workshop – Autumn this year, or maybe Q2 2013 • Beyond GEN2PHEN, Q3 2013 - ? GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 19Friday, 27 January 12
  29. 29. G. A. Thorisson, ULEIC Acknowledgements ORCID Technical Working Group This work has received funding from the GEN2PHEN Consortium European Communitys Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) http://www.gen2phen.org/about-gen2phen/partners under grant agreement number 200754 - the GEN2PHEN project. Prof Anthony J. Brookes Bioinformatics Group, Leicester Contact me! <gt50@le.ac.uk> |<gthorisson@gmail.com> http://www.linkedin.com/in/mummi http://www.twitter.com/gthorisson Published under the CC BY license (http:// http://www.gthorisson.name creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) GEN2PHEN 8th General Assembly Meeting, Leiden, Jan 24-25 2012 20Friday, 27 January 12

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