VIVO Update and the Many Flavors of Search
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VIVO Update and Many Flavors of SearchMike Conlon University of Florida

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Since February• VIVO version 1.3 completed –search, user accounts, science map, QR codes, patents, interface • Spreadsheet upload, Google Refine, Harvester • Cross site search, VIVO searchlight, Direct2Experts • Cooperative projects –Harvard, Northwestern, Rochester, OHSU • Mini grants to Pittsburgh, Stonybrook, Duke, Indiana, Weill, ORCID • Adoptions at APA, USDA, 50 US Schools. Tests at NIH •Mexico, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, India, Australia, China, UK, Netherlands, Brazil • Thomson Reuters, Elsevier, Microsoft Research • OpenPhacts, Federal Demonstration Partnership, Community of Science • Workshop, Hackathon, Implementation Fest, Conference

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What is VIVO?• VIVO is open source, community maintained software tools for research discovery and networking • VIVO is open standards and open linked data regarding science –people, papers/products, funding, events, resources, projects, data, concepts –and the relationships between them • VIVO is a world community of collaborators – scientists, implementers, developers

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Tools, Data and Community

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Providing Data

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Tools, Data and Community VIVO Systems

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Tools, Data and Community VIVO Systems Harvard Profiles

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Tools, Data and Community VIVO Systems Harvard Profiles Other Compatible System s

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Tools, Data and CommunityLinked Open Data in a common format, regardless of the system providing data

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Research Discovery and Networking Tools• VIVO search –research discovery and networking • Duke, Florida, DERI –web site plug ins for reuse of VIVO data • UCSF –find investigators “like me” across the network • Harvard –visualize publication patterns • Northwestern –C IKnowRecommender • Pittsburgh –Digital Vita –produce vita and biosketches • VIVO Search Light –find experts related to any page on the world wide web • Direct2Experts –get counts of researchers matching criteria and link to them • Community of Science –use linked open data for faculty interests, match to opportunities • Federal Researcher Profile System –avoid duplication of entry, simplify administration • OpenPhacts(EU) –link profiles to concepts, provide provenance for assertions, identity management • NRN visualization –show data sources and their inventory of data

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CTSA Consortium Adoption of Linked Open Data for Research Discovery and Networking Research NetworkingNumber of CTSAs Linked Opendata systems (VIVO+Profiles+Loki) (see note 1) 14 ElsevierSciVal Experts (see note 2)9 NonLinked Open Data System (see note 3)20 No system (see note 4)17Notes 1.Nine other CTSAs are evaluating either VIVO or Profiles 2.Elsevier has said they can provide linked open data –either directly, or through a VIVO add on. Northwestern will implement a VIVO add on for their SciVal system as a model for others 3.Many CTSAs has researcher directories and/or researcher networking systems. Some – Pittsburgh Digital Vita, Iowa Loki, Stanford CAP –may be retrofitted to provide open linked data. Others may provide a VIVO or Profiles add on 4.Forty CTSAs continue to use WebCamp. A WebCampto VIVO connector could be written to provide linked open data for these CTSA investigators

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Barriers to Adoption• Cost/Commitment– Time and Effort – Available data – Institution wide implementation beyond CTSA mission?• Benefits– Emerging tools will be compelling? – Are tools for faculty or administration? – Cross site search?

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Addressing the Barriers• VIVO, Profiles and Elsevier, all provide rapid start up. Commercial support available for each • Sites can add on to their existing systems to provide linked open data (egLoki) • Sites can “pipe” data from their existing systems to a linked open data system • Focus on CTSA level implementation • Additional communication consortium wide • More tools needed for investigators • Faceted cross site search is coming


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