IAALD World Congress / 2010 – 04 - 29  Providing Services to INRA & the international agricultural community: ProdInra & t...
Overview <ul><li>ProdInra: meeting users’ needs </li></ul><ul><li>A policy for getting data from researchers  </li></ul><u...
ProdInra: meeting users’ needs
Meeting users’ needs! Who are the users? INRA community (including staff, laboratories, research divisions, and the board ...
Meeting users’ needs! The existing tool: ProdInra 1 (Nov. 2006 -> Nov. 2010) Only in French, limited functionalities, not ...
Meeting users’ needs! ProdInra 2: scheduled to open in Dec. 2010  <ul><li>Easy search </li></ul><ul><li>Dashboards </li></...
A policy for getting data from researchers
A policy for getting data from researchers  One target: getting data in order to be able to offer the services expected By...
A policy for getting data from researchers  Arthur Sale, Professor of Computing (Research), University of Tasmania :  […  ...
Offering services to users
<ul><li>Allowing researchers to deposit all their production  (even produced outside INRA) </li></ul><ul><li>Providing the...
Offering services to our users User-friendly interface & functionalities: 1038 results on the topic « arabidopsis » Servic...
Example with the result analysis function Offering services to our users
For greater visibility
For greater visibility Interaction with other applications using OAI-PMH & Webservices -> To be implemented within 2 years...
Set INRA Harvesting Rejecting data already referenced in ProdInra Importing productions referenced on HAL (case of multi-a...
Conclusion & questions
Mandatory  policy Services to INRA & International  Community Conclusion Need of a complete database with quality data exp...
Questions NOW – you are welcome OR LATER – contact me for further information Diane Le Hénaff Email : lehenaff@versailles....
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Presentation by Diane Le Henaff (INRA) at the IAALD 2010 World Congress - 26-29 April 2010, Montpellier, France

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  • As this presentation must be limited to 15 minutes, I will focus on ProdInra. If some of you are interested in the integration of ProdInra with the INRA Integrated Information System, you are invited to read the paper related to this presentation.
  • Visibility of INRA work/research -&gt; Data dissemination &amp; partnerships acive policy
  • We are setting up Prodinra 2 Multi lingual interface : french, english and spanish One box for easy search Personnalized dashboards but also global statistics and graphs RSS feeds
  • But the success will come with the capacity of referencing all the INRA production.
  • Automated inputs when possible or importing local databases such as EndNote or RIS files to facilitate deposits. We have also developped the connection with pubmed….
  • This is a very new information. I met the INRA directors last week in order to obtain this mandate. We got it and it is a big changes to come, and quite a scoop at this time. It is the promise to have a complete database within the 2 next years. And we can now think of services
  • See the FAO presentation with the CALAIS’s function …
  • Services - &gt; Analyse results
  • Which will be launched or begun in june for a 3 year period. The goal is to set up an international thematic portal in the field of agriculture, food &amp; environment. It will agregate or collect data from different european open archives. This project is funded by the european commission We’ve decided to expose our data in OAI-MODS. MODS is a standard format maintened by the library of congress We would like to add semantic dimension to our data (RDF) and interface (RDFa)
  • How does the interaction work between HAL and ProdInra It is a good case study.
  • First the more strategic need from people that have the power to give financial &amp; human resources
  • Providing services to INRA and the international agricultural community: ProdInra & the Integrated Information System

    1. 1. IAALD World Congress / 2010 – 04 - 29 Providing Services to INRA & the international agricultural community: ProdInra & the IIS by Diane Le Hénaff, Pascal Aventurier
    2. 2. Overview <ul><li>ProdInra: meeting users’ needs </li></ul><ul><li>A policy for getting data from researchers </li></ul><ul><li>Offering services to users </li></ul><ul><li>For greater visibility </li></ul>
    3. 3. ProdInra: meeting users’ needs
    4. 4. Meeting users’ needs! Who are the users? INRA community (including staff, laboratories, research divisions, and the board of directors) International community Reporting & Indicators, Outputs & Exports The needs Visibility of INRA work/research User-friendly interface & functionalities
    5. 5. Meeting users’ needs! The existing tool: ProdInra 1 (Nov. 2006 -> Nov. 2010) Only in French, limited functionalities, not an easy search, not very friendly interface ….
    6. 6. Meeting users’ needs! ProdInra 2: scheduled to open in Dec. 2010 <ul><li>Easy search </li></ul><ul><li>Dashboards </li></ul><ul><li>RSS…. </li></ul>
    7. 7. A policy for getting data from researchers
    8. 8. A policy for getting data from researchers One target: getting data in order to be able to offer the services expected By tracking 90% of INRA productions to produce relevant indicators By exposing data (OAI and WS) for data dissemination By providing inputs to facilitate deposits By providing outputs & functionalities Data - getting data - - offering services -
    9. 9. A policy for getting data from researchers Arthur Sale, Professor of Computing (Research), University of Tasmania : [… mandatory policies result in high content rates (70–90 percent), compared to voluntary deposit policies which tend to capture only 10–20 percent of the available research output.] Source : http://eprints.utas.edu.au/264/1/Comparison_of_content_policies_in_Australia.pdf The only way to get 90% of INRA production: the mandate INRA will mandate the authors to deposit as soon as ProdInra 2 opens
    10. 10. Offering services to users
    11. 11. <ul><li>Allowing researchers to deposit all their production (even produced outside INRA) </li></ul><ul><li>Providing the list of productions categorized as required by the INRA & French assessment procedure </li></ul>Compensating the researchers for their effort <ul><li>Providing a more user- friendly interface and convienient functionalities </li></ul>Offering services to our researchers <ul><li>Speeding up the deposit process with new functions… </li></ul>
    12. 12. Offering services to our users User-friendly interface & functionalities: 1038 results on the topic « arabidopsis » Services Export possibilities Refine option Author representation: tag cloud
    13. 13. Example with the result analysis function Offering services to our users
    14. 14. For greater visibility
    15. 15. For greater visibility Interaction with other applications using OAI-PMH & Webservices -> To be implemented within 2 years : MODS, RDFa and RDF
    16. 16. Set INRA Harvesting Rejecting data already referenced in ProdInra Importing productions referenced on HAL (case of multi-affiliated researchers) For greater visibility Focus with the French open archive: HAL Exporting data to HAL in accordance with their policy
    17. 17. Conclusion & questions
    18. 18. Mandatory policy Services to INRA & International Community Conclusion Need of a complete database with quality data expected <ul><li>Management board needs to: </li></ul><ul><li>track & follow the INRA production </li></ul><ul><li>have relevant indicators </li></ul>Data
    19. 19. Questions NOW – you are welcome OR LATER – contact me for further information Diane Le Hénaff Email : lehenaff@versailles.inra.fr Ph : +33(0)1-30-83-33-72 Mobile : +33(0)6-85-57-80-16 http://www.prodinra.inra.fr

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