Snac oclc-may-2011

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Slides for my part of a talk I'll give tomorrow at OCLC on http://socialarchive.iath.virginia.edu/ with Daniel Pitti and Ray Larson.

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  • Snac oclc-may-2011

    1. 1. SNAC User Interface2011 May 25 for OCLC ResearchBrian TingleDigital Special CollectionsCalifornia Digital LibraryUniversity of California, Office of the President
    2. 2. SNAC Interface OutlineIntroMeet the target usersDesign PhilosophyTechnologies UsedSocial Graph VisualizationLinked Data IssuesSite Demo
    3. 3. Tingle, Brian Cedric, 1972-1986 Used Melvyl for the first time1996 UC San Diego Libraries2001 CDL 2006 Technical Lead, Digital Special CollectionsUsually back end web programmer, SNAC is my first UI/UX Designhttp://btingle.bitbucket.org/
    4. 4. Meet the target users
    5. 5. Meet the target usersRandy: Graduate student working on a PhD that involves biographies and the study of diplomatic families and networks.  Sometimes he comes to the site looking for information on specific people; other times he is looking for information on aspecific subject or event.  He also TAs an undergraduate history class and sometimes has to help students find topics for papers. 
    6. 6. Meet the target usersRandy: Graduate student working on a PhD that involves biographies and the study of diplomatic families and networks.  Sometimes he comes to the site looking for information on specific people; other times he is looking for information on aspecific subject or event.  He also TAs an undergraduate history class and sometimes has to help students find topics for papers. Connie: Works at an institution that contributed records to the project.  Is going to be asking themselves how this sitewould be useful to their users.  Wants to understand how their records were used and what the added value is.
    7. 7. Meet the target usersRandy: Graduate student working on a PhD that involves biographies and the study of diplomatic families and networks.  Sometimes he comes to the site looking for information on specific people; other times he is looking for information on aspecific subject or event.  He also TAs an undergraduate history class and sometimes has to help students find topics for papers. Connie: Works at an institution that contributed records to the project.  Is going to be asking themselves how this sitewould be useful to their users.  Wants to understand how their records were used and what the added value is.Quincy: Library School Student working to QA record matching.
    8. 8. Meet the target usersRandy: Graduate student working on a PhD that involves biographies and the study of diplomatic families and networks.  Sometimes he comes to the site looking for information on specific people; other times he is looking for information on aspecific subject or event.  He also TAs an undergraduate history class and sometimes has to help students find topics for papers. Connie: Works at an institution that contributed records to the project.  Is going to be asking themselves how this sitewould be useful to their users.  Wants to understand how their records were used and what the added value is.Quincy: Library School Student working to QA record matching.Adele: Person doing authority work during collection processing.
    9. 9. Meet the target usersRandy: Graduate student working on a PhD that involves biographies and the study of diplomatic families and networks.  Sometimes he comes to the site looking for information on specific people; other times he is looking for information on aspecific subject or event.  He also TAs an undergraduate history class and sometimes has to help students find topics for papers. Connie: Works at an institution that contributed records to the project.  Is going to be asking themselves how this sitewould be useful to their users.  Wants to understand how their records were used and what the added value is.Quincy: Library School Student working to QA record matching.Adele: Person doing authority work during collection processing.Lenny: Lenny likes linked data, and wants to be able to mine the links that have been established programatically.
    10. 10. photo byDanny Ayers
    11. 11. EAC’s Implicit Information Architecture
    12. 12. EAC’s Implicit Information Architecture Expose Schema’s terminology in user interface
    13. 13. EAC’s Implicit Information Architecture Expose Schema’s terminology in user interface Pick metadata that could get turned to facets
    14. 14. EAC’s Implicit Information Architecture Expose Schema’s terminology in user interface Pick metadata that could get turned to facets XTF Section Types / based on hierarchy of EAC
    15. 15. Front End Stackgolden grid http://code.google.com/p/the-golden-grid/form style http://formalize.me/jquery and jquery uihoverIntent for advanced searchgoogle analytics with event trackingUservoice forum, google spreadsheets for feedback
    16. 16. XTF XSLT FrameworkAccess system is based on a customized branch of CDL Publishing Group’s XTF pre filter - do special tokenization to create custom EAC facets https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wP9x6sdOZTagJNQXoyJfPh0Y6UzQgqLwLI86WSlIPbk/edit?hl=en_US query parser - CGI params to XTF query XML result formatter - XTF results to HTML doc formatter - EAC-CPF to HTML http://code.google.com/p/xtf-cpf/source/browse/?name=xtf-cpf
    17. 17. Tinkerpop Graph Stackhttp://www.tinkerpop.com/Property Graph ModelgraphMLRDF Sail support
    18. 18. social graph visualizationEAC to graphML https://code.google.com/p/eac-graph-load/simple JSON access to tinkerpop graph on backend with javscripton front end in live prototype [current demo uses Dracula GraphLibrary]graphML file with open license should be viewable in other tools
    19. 19. Linked Data / Open DataRDFa owl:sameAs links to VIAF httpRange-14 (XTF URL + “#entity” for the car)HTML5 microdata chronologyFuture: RDF Dump with an Open Data License based on Ed Summer’s “snac hacks” post links to wikipedia and other sources
    20. 20. Demohttp://socialarchive.iath.virginia.edu/xtf/search

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