The VIVO Story: Origins and Future Directions

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The VIVO Story: Origins and Future Directions Mike Conlon University of Florida

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2006 Jon Corson Rikert considers building an institutional profiling system for Cornell Open Agricultural

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2007 Jon decides his profiling system should be based on the semantic web: Ontology RDF Triple Store Exchangeable data Valrie Dailey, Agricultural Librarian at UF, meets Jon at a librarian conference and decides to bring VIVO to UF

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2008 VIVO at the University of Melbourne, Simon Porter VIVO in China, National Academy of China VIVO at UF

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2009 -April NIH RFA We will need seven schools Cornell and UF Cornell brings Indiana and Weill Cornell UF brings Washington University at St. Louis, Ponce Medical School in Puerto Rico Washington University brings Scripps Medical Research Institute Six weeks to write the grant

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2009 -September Announcement of award Subcontracts Hiring Kristi Holmes, Alicia Turner, K aty Brner

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2009 November VIVO Technical Advisory Board Abel Packer, SciELO Barend Mons, Leiden Carl Lagoze Cornell Carole Goble, Manchester Chris Bizer Freie Universitat Berlin Dean Krafft, Cornell Jim Hendler, RPI Jon Wilbanks Creative Commons Kei Hoi Cheung, Yale Neil Smalheiser University of Illinois Chicago Stefan Decker, DERI Steffen Staub Koblenz York Sure, Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences

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2009 December Joint VIVO, eagle I planning conference in Washington DC. Meet Melissa Haendel

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2010 Workshop in Bloomington, Semantic Web Workshop in Gainesville, Disambiguation Science of Team Science A conference in New York Noshir Contractor, Indiana Jim Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Mini grants

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2011 Daniel Hook, Symplectic Hackathon at UF Implementation Fest, Boulder, Colorado A conference in DC CTSA Consortium adopts VIVO as standard The end of the two year grant No cost extension

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2012 Implementation Fest, Boulder, CO Conference in Miami Over 100 sites capable of producing VIVO compatible data Transition to Duraspace VIVO Book CTSAconnect project align VIVO and eagle I ontologies

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2013 Implementation Fest, Boulder, CO Conference in St. Louis 200 sites capable of producing VIVO data First sponsors meeting Version 1.6 VIVO ISF Workgroup structure CTSAsearch http://research.icts.iowa.edu/polyglot 19 institutions, 124,945 investigators, 1,325,716 publications, 2,036,131 co author pairs,

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2014 Sponsors Meeting, March, Washington DC Implementation Fest, Duke University Joint Conference in Austin with Science of Team Science Institutional Repositories VIVO Project Director Research resources Data citations Provenance

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Future Directions Information Representation Strengthen organization VIVO search Grow implementations Visualizations and Tools vivoweb.org