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VIVO


Enabling National Networking


of Scientists


Presented at the AgNIC Annual Conference
Beltsville, MD on April 17, 2011.


Valrie Davis
UF Implementation Lead
University of Florida


VIVO


nbling National
Networking of







Mike Conlon (VIVO and UF PI)
Beth Auten
Chris Barnes
Cecilia Botero
Kerry Britt
Erin Brooks
Amy Buhler
Ellie Bushhousen
Linda Butson
Chris Case
Christine Cogar
Valrie Davis
Mary Edwards
Nita Ferree
Rolando Garcia-Milan
George Hack
Chris Haines
Sara Henning
Rae Jesano
Margeaux Johnson
Meghan Latorre
Yang Li
Paula Markes
Hannah Norton
Narayan Raum
Alexander Rockwell
Sara Russell Gonzalez
Nancy Schaefer
Dale Scheppler
Nicholas Skaggs
Syraj Syed
Matthew Tedder
Michele R. Tennant
Alicia Turner
Stephen Williams


Katy Borner (IU PI)
Kavitha Chandrasekar
Bin Chen
Shanshan Chen
Ryan Cobine
Jeni Coffey
Suresh Deivasigamani
Ying Ding
Russell Duhon
Jon Dunn
Poornima Gopinath
Julie Hardesty
Brian Keese
Namrata Lele
Micah Linnemeier
Nianli Ma
Robert H. McDonald
Asik Pradhan Gongaju
Mark Price
Michael Stamper
Yuyin Sun
Chintan Tank
Alan Walsh
Brian Wheeler
Feng Wu
Angela Zoss


Richard J. Noel, Jr. (Ponce PI)
Ricardo Espada Colon
Damaris Torres Cruz
Michael Vega Negr6n


Dean Krafft (Cornell PI)
Manolo Bevia
Jim Blake
Nick Cappadona
Brian Caruso
Jon Corson-Rikert
Elly Cramer
Medha Devare
Elizabeth Hines
Huda Khan
Brian Lowe
Joseph McEnerney
Holly Mistlebauer
Stella Mitchell
Anup Sawant
Christopher Westling
Tim Worrall
Rebecca Younes




Gerald Joyce (Scripps PI)
Catherine Dunn
Brant Kelley
Paula King
Angela Murrell
Barbara Noble
Cary Thomas
Michaeleen Trimarchi


Rakesh Nagarajan (WUSTL PI)
Kristi L. Holmes
Caerie Houchins
George Joseph
Sunita B. Koul
Leslie D. Mclntosh



Curtis Cole (Weill PI)
Paul Albert
Victor Brodsky
Mark Bronnimann
Adam Cheriff
Oscar Cruz
Dan Dickinson
Richard Hu
Chris Huang
Itay Klaz
Kenneth Lee
Peter Michelini
Grace Migliorisi
John Ruffing
Jason Specland
Tru Tran
Vinay Varughese
Virgil Wong


This project is funded by the National Institutes of Health, U24 RR029822

"VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists"





Current challenges


* Research is increasingly more interdisciplinary
How can you find collaborators, track competitors, and stay abreast of current
research inside large institutions, at other institutions, and globally?
How can you find others with shared interests or expertise?
How can you build diverse teams? Find mentors? Be identified as a partner by
community groups?



* 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.




* Research institutions can be extremely large and diverse
How can administrators showcase and monitor research activity, track competitors,
and stay abreast of current research inside large institutions, at other institutions,
and globally?
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Digital Vita Documents for VIVO University of Pittsburgh
VIVO and Open Researcher & Contributor ID ORCID
UMLS Ontology and VIVO Stony Brook University
HUBzero and Joomla! VIVO applications Indiana University
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Visible Man surface-based atlas. Academic Article Functional specializations ..
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Surgery: A Text & Atlas. Eds, Bell, Rikkers ..
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localization method for deep ,,, features in parkinsonism due to manganism. I Academic Article Atlas
template images for nonhuman primate neuroimaging: baboon ...
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Greenberg, P. G. Hess ... :10.10I2 2'00C iJD,',jij046 24. Tie, X.X, L. Emmons, L. Horowitz. G. Brasseur,
B. Ric'e, E. Atlas, P. G. Hess, A, Klonecki, S. Madronich, R...



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Senocak. Atlas of a Tropical Germany... OF: Atlas of a Tropical Germany: Essays on Politics and
Culture, 1990-1998 Book I TRANSLATOR OF: Atlas of a Tropical Germany ...
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subthalamic nucleus. I Academic ... in Parkinson disease. I Academic Article / Validation of a
fiducial-based atlas localization method for deep brain stimulation ...
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progress and barriers. I Academic ... -is PTEN the key? Academic Article / A luminal breast cancer
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VIVO is an open source semantic web application originally
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accomplishments, it enables the discovery of research and
scholarship across disciplines at that institution. VIVO supports
browsing and a search function which returns faceted results for
rapid retrieval of desired information.

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systems of record, such as HR, giants, course, and faculty activity
databases, or from database providers such as publication
aggregatoi s and funding agencies.

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container. It uses numerous open source libraries including HP's
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Valrie Davis UF Implementation Lead University of Florida VIVO Enabling National Networking of Scientists Presented at the AgNIC Annual Conference Beltsville, MD on April 17, 2011.

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VIVO Collaboration Cornell University Dean Krafft (Cornell PI) Manolo Bevia Jim Blake Nick Cappadona Brian Caruso Jon Corson Rikert Elly Cramer Medha Devare Elizabeth Hines Huda Khan Brian Lowe Joseph McEnerney Holly Mistlebauer Stella Mitchell Anup Sawant Christopher Westling Tim Worrall Rebecca Younes University of Florida Mike Conlon (VIVO and UF PI) Beth Auten Chris Barnes Cecilia Botero Kerry Britt Erin Brooks Amy Buhler Ellie Bushhousen Linda Butson Chris Case Christine Cogar Valrie Davis Mary Edwards Nita Ferree Rolando Garcia Milan George Hack Chris Haines Sara Henning Rae Jesano Margeaux Johnson Meghan Latorre Yang Li Paula Markes Hannah Norton Narayan Raum Alexander Rockwell Sara Russell Gonzalez Nancy Schaefer Dale Scheppler Nicholas Skaggs Syraj Syed Matthew Tedder Michele R. Tennant Alicia Turner Stephen Williams Indiana University Katy Borner (IU PI) Kavitha Chandrasekar Bin Chen Shanshan Chen Ryan Cobine Jeni Coffey Suresh Deivasigamani Ying Ding Russell Duhon Jon Dunn Poornima Gopinath Julie Hardesty Brian Keese Namrata Lele Micah Linnemeier Nianli Ma Robert H. McDonald Asik Pradhan Gongaju Mark Price Michael Stamper Yuyin Sun Chintan Tank Alan Walsh Brian Wheeler Feng Wu Angela Zoss Ponce School of Medicine Richard J. Noel, Jr. (Ponce PI) Ricardo Espada Colon Damaris Torres Cruz Michael Vega Negrn This project is funded by the National Institutes of Health, U24 RR029822 The Scripps Research Institute Gerald Joyce (Scripps PI) Catherine Dunn Brant Kelley Paula King Angela Murrell Barbara Noble Cary Thomas Michaeleen Trimarchi Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Rakesh Nagarajan (WUSTL PI) Kristi L. Holmes Caerie Houchins George Joseph Sunita B. Koul Leslie D. McIntosh Weill Cornell Medical College Curtis Cole (Weill PI) Paul Albert Victor Brodsky Mark Bronnimann Adam Cheriff Oscar Cruz Dan Dickinson Richard Hu Chris Huang Itay Klaz Kenneth Lee Peter Michelini Grace Migliorisi John Ruffing Jason Specland Tru Tran Vinay Varughese Virgil Wong

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Current challenges Research is increasingly more interdisciplinary How can you find collaborators, track competitors, and stay abreast of current research inside large institutions, at other institutions, and globally? How can you find others with shared interests or expertise? How can you build diverse teams? Find mentors? Be identified as a partner by community groups? Faculty 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. Support: facilities and personnel Research institutions can be extremely large and diverse How can administrators showcase and monitor research activity, track competitors, and stay abreast of current research inside large institutions, at other institutions, and globally? How can you enhance visibility and present a unified picture of an institution? Administrators

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What is VIVO? An open source s emantic web application that enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines in an institution. Populated with detailed profiles of faculty and researchers; displaying items such as publications, teaching, service, and professional affiliations. A powerful search functionality for locating people and information within or across institutions.

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VIVO harvests data from verified sources VIVO data is available for reuse by web pages, applications, and other consumers both within and outside the institution. Data stored as RDF triples using standard ontology Internal data sources (I): HR Directory Office of Sponsored Research Institutional Repositories Registrar System Faculty Activity Systems Events and Seminars Images External data sources (I): Publication warehouses e.g. PubMed Web of Science, and more. Grant databases: e.g. NSF/ NIH National Organizations: AAAS, AMA, etc. Faculty and unit administrators can then add additional information to their profile. (M)

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Information is stored using the Resource Description Framework (RDF) predicate object. Concepts and their relationships use a shared ontology to facilitate the harvesting of data from multiple sources. Jane Smith is member of author of has affiliations with Plant Pathology IFAS Journal article Book chapter Book Genetics Institute Subject Predicate Object How does VIVO store data?

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VIVO enables authoritative data about researchers to become part of the Linked Data cloud. Using VIVO data By storing data in VIVO in RDF and using standard ontologies the information in VIVO can either be displayed in a human readable web page or delivered directly to other systems as RDF. This allows the open researcher data in VIVO to be harvested, aggregated, and integrated into the Linked Open Data cloud. http://richard.cyganiak.de/2007/10/lod/lod datasets_2010 09 22_colored.html

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vivo.wustl.edu What does a VIVO profile look like?

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A VIVO profile allows one to : Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements. Connect within focus areas and geographic expertise. Simplify reporting tasks and Link data to external applications e.g., to generate biosketches or CVs. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Find potential colleagues by research area, authorship, and collaborations. Display visualizations of complex research networks and relationships.

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Who can use VIVO?

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Visualizations about people

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Temporal visualizations

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SciMaps

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Visualizing scholars and their e fforts across platforms

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Implementation: some considerations Prepare your plan scope, time, resources, data Build your team and execute plan system administration, data curation policy/governance, user support, project management Post Implementation: transition to operations Getting the word out

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Why A Library based Support Model? Are a trusted, neutral entity Have a tradition of service and support Strive to serve all missions of the institution Are technology centers and have IT and data expertise Have skills information organization, instruction, usability, subject expertise Have close relationships with their clients (buy in) Understand user needs Understand the importance of collaboration and know how to bring people together Have knowledge of institution, research, education, clinical landscape Library Staff: Libraries:

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Data, Tools and Scientists

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Moving forward

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Collaborative Research Projects These awards offered funding for people outside the VIVO Collaboration to develop tools using VIVO data or code. Awardees: VIVO Widgets Duke University Digital Vita Documents for VIVO University of Pittsburgh VIVO and Open Researcher & Contributor ID ORCID UMLS Ontology and VIVO Stony Brook University HUBzero and Joomla VIVO applications Indiana University Google Refine and VIVO Weill Cornell Medical College VIVO Projects

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Land grant Discovery System University of Arizona leadership (Barb Hutchinson) through Rangelands Project USAIN/ AgNIC /NAL collaboration? Coordinated IR deposit and linking? Links with VIVO? Single Search? Motivation for deposit Challenges of strategic archiving Interested institutions? AgNIC Alliance Single Search Profiles for implementing institutions AgNIC implementation for non participating? Possible Collaborations

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Nationwide Semantic Search

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Nationwide Semantic Search

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Nationwide Semantic Search

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Open software, open ontology, open process

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Federal agencies USDA, CENDI, OSTP, NIH, NLM, NSF, VA, FDP, Publishers and Aggregators Elsevier/ Collexis Thomson Reuters, ORCID, CiteSeer Arxiv Dspace Press Nature, Science, Cell, Genome Tech, SEED, The Chronicle, AP, Professional Societies International CIMMYT, Australia China, Netherlands, UK, Central Semantic Web community DERI, Tim Berners Lee, MyExperiment ConceptWeb Open Pharma Social Network Analysis Community Schools and Consortia CTSAs, CIC, SURA, FLR, IICA, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Iowa, Harvard, UCSF, Pittsburgh, Stanford, MIT, Brown, Michigan, Colorado, OHSU, Duke, Minnesota, many more Sub awards to Duke, Pittsburgh, Leicester, Stonybrook Weill, Indiana Application and service providers over 100 File downloads about 7,000 (6,941 as of 04/15) on SF since May 2010 and over 1,500 on vivoweb.org Contact list over 1,500

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http:// www.vivoweb.org /conference

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Register at vivoweb.org/conference Who: Scholars, Scientists, Researchers, Developers, Publishers, Funding Agencies, Research Officers, Students, Institutional Officials What: three day conference with workshops, tutorials, keynotes, presentations, posters and interactive sessions When: August 24 26, 2011 Where: Gaylord National, Washington DC Why: promote research networking and academic scholarship using linked open data Topics include: Semantic Web Linked Open Data VIVO Sustainability Adopting VIVO Implementing VIVO Research Networking Network Visualization Ontology VIVO is supported by NIH Award U24 RR029822

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VIVO is supported by NIH Award U24 RR029822 VIVO Implementation Fest June 23 24, 2011, St. Louis, Missouri Apply at vivoweb.org

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Thank you! How can y ou g et involved and learn more about the project, the code, adoption at your site and more? Contact form : http : //vivoweb org SourceForge : http : //vivo sourceforge net