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Open Access to Research Discovery: The VIVO Project

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Keywords
  • Open Access
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  • Logic

Abstract

Slide 1 Create a National Network of Scientists Public, structured linked data about investigators interests, activities and accomplishments, and tools to use that data to advance science Record data as triples: subject, predicate, object Every piece of data has an address Faculty express their interests using controlled vocabularies Institutions record activities Archives record accomplishments Tools for science Search for Science Find Scientists Study Science Discover Connections Semantic Annotation Data, Tools and Scientists Collaborate with everyone Open data, open tools, open process Collaboration and Coordination • At UF – Libraries, CTSI, IT, Office of Research, Faculty Senate, … • Federal agencies – OSTP, NIH, NLM, NSF, VA, USDA, FDP, STAR Metrics, … • Publishers and Aggregators – Elsevier/Collexis, Thomson Reuters, ORCID, CiteSeer, Arxiv, Dspace, … • Press – Nature, Science, The Chronicle, AP, Information Today, IEEE, … • Professional Societies – AAAS, AIRI, AAMC, APA, ABRF, … • International – Australia, China, Netherlands, UK, Brazil, Mexico, … • Semantic Web community – DERI, Tim Berners-Lee, MyExperiment, ConceptWeb, Open Phacts(EU), Linked Data, Hackathon, … • Research resources – Eagle-I, BRO, eBIRT, … • Social Network Analysis Community – Northwestern, Davis, UCF, … • Six sub-awards to Duke, Pittsburgh, Leicester, Stonybrook, Weill, Indiana • Schools and Consortia – CTSAs, CIC, Pitt, Emory, Iowa, Harvard, UCSF, Stanford, MIT, Brown, Michigan, Nebraska, Colorado, OHSU, Minnesota, … • Application and service providers – over 100 • Software downloads and contact list – over 1,500 each vivo.sourceforge.net

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