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ODI Summit 2016 - Linked Open Data at Springer Nature

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Invited Talk for Open Data Summit 2016, London, UK
http://theodi.org/summit/2016

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ODI Summit 2016 - Linked Open Data at Springer Nature

  1. 1. Linked Open Data at Springer Nature Nov 2016 Michele Pasin Lead Data Architect
  2. 2. Formed in May 2015 through the merger of Nature Publishing Group, Palgrave Macmillan, Macmillan Education and Springer Science+Business Media
  3. 3. We publish a lot of science! (since 1815) 13M documents 7M articles, 4M chapters 4k journals, 700k books
  4. 4. PDF XML ePub HTML TIFF Today: Content base Tomorrow: Knowledge Graph We publish science We manage knowledge Vision
  5. 5. reads / writes is about interested in Three areas of knowledge we care about
  6. 6. Reads / Writes Works for Funds Lead researcher in Produces Studies Located at In proceedings C ontains Cites Has learning resource Attends Has topicProduces
  7. 7. We’ve come a long way… 2014 2013 2012 2015 2016 NPG Linked Data Platform Nature Ontologies Springer Materials Springer Conferences Scigraph.com ..and many more!
  8. 8. Enterprise metadata management addressing the data fragmentation problem promoting a culture of data governance and reuse Content discoverability search: handling morphological variations, synonyms, generalisations etc… browse: more detailed and interesting discovery pathways dynamic semantic publishing: repurposing content based on context and metadata We believe in open science science is a global collaborative effort that we want to support! Open Access for readers, Open Peer Review & Open Choice for authors Linked Open Data publishing (since 2012) Why Linked Data
  9. 9. Developers: lack of interest for RDF too ‘academic’, too many namespaces solution: focus on data integration, JSON-LD Scalability & performance semantic graph databases are less mature than conventional technologies solution: GraphDB + Elasticsearch Collaboration among publishers business concerns: ‘sharing our data, we’re losing competitive advantage’ solution: keep healthy balance between publishing Linked Open Data and private Linked Data solution: importance of neutral, third party mediators, e.g. CrossRef with conference identifiers Challenges RDF?
  10. 10. ODI Summit, London Nov 2016 10 Thanks email : michele.pasin@nature.com

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