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VIVO: Connect, Share, Discover
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Title: VIVO: Connect, Share, Discover
Physical Description: Powerpoint presentation
Creator: Conlon, Michael
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Salt Lake City, Utah
Publication Date: March 15, 2013
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The Research Lifecycle: Partnering for Success March 15, 2013 Salt Lake City, Utah Michael Conlon, PhD Clinical and Translational Science Institute University of Florida

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Six Trends

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1. Rise of the small

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2. Increasing v olume of science PubMed new publications per year

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The Problems Got Hard 3. Increasing complexity of scientific problems

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Data Got Big (IDR Slide) 4. Big Data

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Lots of Competitors 2012 Shanghai ranking of world universities http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_Ranking_of_World_Universities 5. Competition rises

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6. Internet disintermediation of science continues

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How can we know what is going on, build teams, solve data driven problems?

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Research Discovery Research Discovery

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between them

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VIVO: Data, Tools and Community

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Simple tools for presentation, traversal, search

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ScienceMap Examine collections of publications for individuals, work groups, institutions

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Co Funded Network 2008 2012 Main Component: what changes have occurred between 2008 and 2012? More of Health Science Center comes under the CTSI umbrella The CTSI has a broader reach in the whole network Increasingly the CTSI incorporates all researchers in relevant areas ( areas not relevant to CTSI research fields naturally remain out of its network) Chris McCarty & Raffaele Vacca, UF Bureau of Business and Economic Research Data source: UF Division of Sponsored Research award data Each node represents one Contract PI, Project PI or Co PI linked by a common PeopleSoft Contract number Nodes are sized by Total Awarded in UF fiscal year (July June)

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Ontology Process

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Everything has identifiers

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processOrg < function( uri ){ x< xmlParse ( uri ) u< NULL name< xmlValue ( getNodeSet (x,"// rdfs:label ")[[1]]) subs< getNodeSet (x,"//j.1:hasSubOrganization") if(length(subs)==0) list(name= name,subs =NULL) else { for( i in 1:length(subs)){ sub.uri< getURI ( xmlAttrs (subs[[ i ]])["resource"]) u< c( u,processOrg (sub.uri)) } list(name= name,subs =u) } } VIVO produces both HTML and RDF Software reads VIVO RDF and displays

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Community

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Augmenting data

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VIVO Searchlight

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Mentoring