VIVO: Data, Tools and Community for Research Discovery and Scholarship
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Title: VIVO: Data, Tools and Community for Research Discovery and Scholarship
Physical Description: Conference Poster
Creator: Conlon, Michael
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
Publication Date: September 29, 2011
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VIVO is supported by NIH award U24 RR029822. The UF CTSI is supported in part by NIH awards UL1 RR029890, KL2 RR029888 and TL1 RR029889 The UF CTSI VIVO: Data, Tools and Community for Research Discovery and Scholarship Mike Conlon, CTSI, University of Florida, and the VIVO Collaboration More than 500 clinical and translational investigators at UF participated with the UF CTSI in 2010 producing more than 900 publications and 265 grant awards totaling $ 63 8 million To get involved, please visit our website at www ctsi ufl edu, give us a call at 352 273 8700 or drop us a line at info@ctsi ufl edu We look forward to hearing from you! Get Involved Concept heat map displays works for selected groups in relationship to concept map of science Get Involved VIVO stores data as of the form subject predicate object For example : authorOf Each element of a triple can be a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) The VIVO ontology describes the predicates and relations of predicates to classes of subjects and predicates Through URIs, VIVO can link any element in its triple store to any other element on the semantic web Cross site searches with full semantic inference can be performed Sites that will produce VIVO data include: CTSA Consortium (60 sites), Harvard Profiles (30 sites ), SciVal experts (20 sites), HubZero (4 sites), Loki. Sites adopting VIVO include: American Psychological Association (154,000 members) USDA (120,000 staff, 50 land grant universities), eight Australian research universities, National Science Library of China, 50 sites in the US, sites in Puerto Rico, UK, Mexico, Costa Rica, India. Wellspring provides VIVO profiles. Federal Researcher Profile System, Community of Science, Thomson Reuters, ORCID, Elsevier exchange with VIVO. What is VIVO? VIVO is a new tool for research discovery, providing answers to questions such as does work in my grants are in place at UF regarding a particular and papers relate to a specific VIVO provides search capabilities, faculty and department profiles, visualizations of co author and co funding networks and additional tools and data for discovery VIVO provides new opportunities for discovery of work at UF and other VIVO sites Tools provide analytics, expert finding, network, trend, spatial and concept visualization Linked Open Data Tools for Discovery Growing Community VIVO assembles information regarding publications, grants, courses taught and university activities and positions into profiles. VIVO harvests data from university sources as well as from publishers. VIVO provides data via the semantic web using an ontology for information representation and a standard (RDF) for data formatting VIVO enables a new class of tools and data sharing, benefiting investigators and science Users can edit their profiles by signing on to VIVO with their Gatorlink DSR data is updated nightly. Data is available in both human and machine formats. vivo.ufl.edu Some Data Partners vivoweb.org vivo.sourceforge.net VIVO 3, Miami, 8.22.2012 VIVO search (vivosearch.org) finds people, papers, grants, across VIVO sites Collaboration explorer depicts co authored papers across selected schools Co author network diagram in VIVO shows patterns of collaboration. Searchlight (vivosearchlight.org), finds people whose work is related to the material on any web page DIRECT (direct2experts.org) finds biomedical research experts across the country VIVO widgets for Drupal, WordPress and OpenSocial provide easy reuse of VIVO data VIVO 2012, August 22 24, Hotel Intercontinental, Miami, Florida Some participants in the growing VIVO community include: Federal agencies White House OSTP NIH, NLM, NSF, USDA, FDP, EPA, FRPS STAR Publishers and Aggregators Elsevier, Thomson Reuters, ORCID, CiteSeer Arxiv PlosOne Dspace Symplectics Professional Societies International collaborators Ireland, Germany, Australia, China, Netherlands, UK, Costa Rica, Iceland, Brazil, Mexico, Semantic Web community DERI, Tim Berners Lee Jim Hendler, MyExperiment ConceptWeb Open Phacts (EU), Ontology OBO, NBIC, Eagle I BRO, eBIRT Open Source cooperatives Kuali Sakai, Duraspace Social Network Analysis Community Northwestern, Davis, UCF, Schools and Consortia CTSAs, Pitt Stonybrook Duke, Weill, Indiana, Emory Iowa, Harvard, Rochester, UCSF Stanford, MIT, Brown, Michigan, Nebraska, Colorado, Hunter OHSU, Minnesota, Some community stats: Software downloads (> 10,000), contact list (>1,600 ) Four annual events conference, workshop, hackathon implementation fest

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