VIVO: Open Data for Open Innovation
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Title: VIVO: Open Data for Open Innovation
Physical Description: Conference Papers
Creator: Conlon, Michael
Tennant, Michele
Holmes, Kristi L
Blackburn, Kaitlin
VIVO Collaboration
Conference: Crowdsourcing: The Art and Science of Open Innovation
Publication Date: July 18, 2011
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Acquisition: Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Michael Conlon.
Publication Status: Published
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Source Institution: University of Florida Institutional Repository
Holding Location: University of Florida
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What is VIVO?

* VIVO is an open source Semantic Web application that enables the discovery of research &

scholarship.

* VIVO is populated with detailed profiles of faculty and researchers.

* VIVO provides a faceted search functionality for easily identifying people, activities,

organizations, and other research-related information.

* VIVO is funded by a $12.2 million consortium grant with UF and 6 partner institutions from

the National Institutes of Health, U24 RR029822, "VIVO: Enabling National Networking of

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FacultylScholarfResearcher/Scientist
Find collaborators
Keep abreast of new work
Track competitors
Rely on customized profiles
maintained via automatic updates


* Discover current funded projects
* Search for specialized expertise
* Visualize research activity within
an institution





Administrator
Showcase college, program,
departmental activities
Identify areas of institutional
strength
Manage data in one place


Identify research data to gather/
curate/share
*Track research to prioritize
collection budgeting
Customize library collections and
services




Student
* Locate mentors, advisors, or
collaborators
* Locate events, seminars, courses,
programs, facilities
* Showcase own research


Anthony is writing a multi-disciplinary research proposal on molecular treatments for breast cancer. He
would like to identify and contact potential collaborators and begin to exchange information regarding the
research.

Identify potential funding opportunities:
Mary is the director of a large research center. She would like to visualize clusters of interests, techniques,
and areas of specialty amongst the researchers that are part of her center. She would like to use this
information to grow existing areas of strength and collaborative efforts and maximize ROI.


Tom is completing his BS in Biology. He wants to identify institutions with robust programs in his research
area of interest the genetic bases of neurodegenerative disorders.

Locate focused publication content:
Samantha is a faculty member at an university. She is looking for papers published by other scholars at her
institution on using advanced statistical methods to analyze research impact in the bioinformatics domain.

Asserble spedirized review panels:
David is a federal agency staff member. He needs to identify people who can serve on scientific review
panels. He wants to find people who work in specific areas, but wants to exclude people who have been
co-authors with the researchers whose proposals are under review.


Library administration or directors of core facilities want to align their strategic plan with the evolving
research needs of their clientele. Identifying growth areas of research through increasing publications,
focused areas of research, and grant dollars enables this task to become more evidence-based.


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Welcome to VIVO
VIVO is a research-focused discoverytool that enables
collaboration among scientists across all disciplines.
Browse or search information on people, departments, c
grants, and publications.


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relevant research information with

just a few clicks of a mouse!


VIVO is designed to connect and integrate information about grants, publications,

and people in one location. VIVO displays data about researchers, their

collaborators, their funding sources, and more.


Home People Organizations Research Events

Search results for 'gulf oil spill'
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VIVO's linked data supports browsing and research discovery.

Thus, a VIVO search of"gulf oil spill" (a research topic) will display

diverse results such as organizations, individuals, grants, and

more. One result, a consortium, links to a list of individual

researchers, and their profiles contain visualizations of co-author

and co-investigator networks, linking them to publication and

funding collaborators. Through data linking, VIVO's diverse

information is cross-searchable and ensures that users find

accurate information quickly.


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