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Creating Sustainable Communities in Open Data Resources: The eagle-i and VIVO Semantic Data Tools in Action

This is the slidedeck for my ACRL 2015 TechConnect Presentation with Nicole Vasilevsky (OHSU). For more on the program see - <a>http://bit.ly/1xcQbCr</a>.

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Creating Sustainable Communities in Open Data Resources: The eagle-i and VIVO Semantic Data Tools in Action

  1. 1. Creating Sustainable Communities in Open Data Resources: The eagle-i and VIVO Semantic Data Tools in Action Robert H. McDonald | Indiana University | @mcdonald Nicole Vasilevsky | Oregon Health & Science University | @N_Vasilevsky
  2. 2. Outline 1 | History of eagle-i Network 2 | Basic features & functionality www.eagle-i.net http://bit.ly/1BIyrKM
  3. 3.  Help researchers find scientific resources more easily  Reduce time-consuming and expensive duplication of resources The eagle-i Resource Discovery Network www.eagle-i.net
  4. 4. Need a way to publish resource information Open Information Publishing Platform – allows institutions complete autonomy over their resource data – supports multiple publishing formats Common problems & The eagle-i approach No common way to describe resources Ontology Driven Platform – Drives consistency of description – Allows easy updating of information to accommodate dynamic information Need a way to search all published resources Federated Search Network – Allows annotated information to be easily read and re-used by other websites and applications Common Problem eagle-i Solution
  5. 5. 39 Universities and growing! www.eagle-i.net
  6. 6. eagle-i Research Resources ~100,000 boutiques hand curated research resources
  7. 7. Adding meaningful semantic relationships between resources Making this data available using ontology-driven approach to research resource annotation and discovery eagle-i Resource Ontology
  8. 8.  eagle-i is an ontology-driven application . . . for collecting and searching research resources.  VIVO is an ontology-driven application . . . for collecting and displaying information about people. eagle-i Resources VIVO People Merging VIVO and eagle-i semantic infrastructure
  9. 9.  eagle-i is an ontology-driven application . . . for collecting and searching research resources.  VIVO is an ontology-driven application . . . for collecting and displaying information about people.  CTSAconnect will produce a single Integrated Semantic Framework, a modular collection of ontologies VIVO Semantic Clinical activities Merging VIVO and eagle-i semantic infrastructure eagle-i
  10. 10. Outline 1 | History of VIVO 2 | Basic features & functionality http://bit.ly/1BIyrKM
  11. 11. What is VIVO? 1. An open source semantic web application 2. An information model 3. An open community
  12. 12. VIVO An open-source semantic web application that enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines in an institution. VIVO harvests data from verified sources and offers detailed profiles of faculty and researchers. Public, structured linked data about investigators interests, activities and accomplishments, and tools to use that data to advance science. VIVO enjoys a robust open community space to support implementation, adoption, &development efforts around the world. See http://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVO
  13. 13. A VIVO profile allows you to: Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements for individuals and campus groups. Connect within focus areas and geographic expertise. Simplify reporting tasks and link data to external applications – e.g., to generate biosketches or CV or for reporting purposes. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Discover potential colleagues or campus resources by work area, authorship, & collaborations. Display visualizations of expertise areas or complex collaboration networks and relationships.
  14. 14. WCMC CTSI
  15. 15. Duke University • PLATFORM: VIVO • DATA: a variety of sources – REACH NC – Scopus data – Symplectic Elements
  16. 16. Data, Tools and Scientists http://vivosearch.org/ http://vivosearchlight.org/ http://vivo.cns.iu.edu/gallery.html
  17. 17. What roles can the library play? Librarians are successfully stepping up to the semantic web plate in a variety of roles related to institutional research networking platforms. • Institutional profiling of researcher/faculty/staff expertise • Ability to search for researcher expertise across federated networks for creating cross-institutional granting opportunities • Assist researchers with sharing research resources to promote efficient and open science • Ontology and controlled vocabulary expertise, extending the model to people, places, publications, data etc. • …and more! Research networking also provides an opportunity for libraries to become familiar with many concepts around linked open data and the semantic web.
  18. 18. VIVO Federation Demo
  19. 19. Acknowledgements OHSU Melissa Haendel Shahim Essaid Matthew Brush Harvard Doug MacFadden Daniela Bourges Bhanu Bahll Sophia Cheng Richard Pearse Tenille Johnson Marc Ciriello VIVO Steering Group • Paul Albert (Weill Cornell Medical College) • Jon Corson-Rikert (Cornell University) • Kristi Holmes (Northwestern University) • Melissa Haendel (Oregon Health and Science University) • Dean Blackmar Krafft, Chair (Cornell University) • Robert H. McDonald (Indiana University) • Mike Conlon, Project Director (University of Florida) • And many, many, many, others net w o r k
  20. 20. Contact us Nicole Vasilevsky vasilevs@ohsu.edu @N_Vasilevsky @eagleinetwork Thank you Robert H. McDonald rhmcdona@indiana.edu @mcdonald @vivoweb net w o r k http://bit.ly/1BIyrKM

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