On 3 October 2018 Carole Goble presented Being FAIR: Enabling Reproducible Data Science at The Early Detection of Cancer Conference in Portland, Oregon: The talk was presented in the Data Science for Early Detection session, chaired by Brendan Delaney and Parag Mallick. Brendan Delaney sets the scene for our 4th session on Data Science for Early Detection… Read more »
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The Workshop on Research Objects (RO2018) has been announced as part of IEEE eScience Conference 2018. The RO2018 workshop takes place on 2018-10-29 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Call for Papers is out, which particularly encourages to submit in a FAIR research data packing format.
On 2017-12-07, the NIH Data Commons kicked off its Pilot Phase (stage 1), where a consortium that will collaborate to develop the key capabilities. The NIH Data Commons will be implemented in a four-year pilot phase to explore the feasibility and best practices for making digital objects available through collaborative platforms. This will be done… Read more »
On 2017-12-05, Carole Goble presented the keynote FAIRy Stories for Christmas at the 10th International Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Healthcare and Life Sciences Conference (SWAT4LS): FAIRy Stories for Christmas from Carole Goble
On 2017-11-15, Carole Goble presented Research Objects: more than the sum of the parts at the Research Data Alliance workshop Managing Digital Research Objects in an Expanding Science Ecosystem in Bethesda, US. Research Objects: more than the sum of the parts from Carole Goble Other presentations at the workshop include Julie McMurry on Identifiers for… Read more »
BioCompute Objects (BCO) is a community-driven project backed by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration) and George Washington University to standardize exchange of High-Throughput-Sequencing workflows for regulatory submissions between FDA, pharma, bioinformatics platform providers and researchers. Members of the Research Object team (Carole Goble, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Michael R Crusoe) have been collaborating closely with… Read more »
The completely renovated ROHub portal, developed by the EVER-EST project, includes a new and modern design, improved performance, plus a set of new features focused on improving the user experience. The ROHub was also presented at IEEE eScience Conference, described in the paper Towards a Human-Machine Scientific Partnership Based on Semantically Rich Research Objects.
Carole Goble presented the keynote The Rhetoric of Research Objects at the First Workshop on Enabling Open Semantic Science (SemSci2017), co-located with the 16th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2017). Keynote The Rhetoric of Research Objects by Carole Goble
On 2017-09-27 I met with Naomi Penfold and Giuliano Maciocci from the journal eLife, Oliver Buchtala and Michael Aufreiter working on Substance, and Nokome Bentley doing Stencila. Our topic was the eLife/Substance/Stencila collaboration for a Reproducible Document Stack, and how that can relate to Research Objects and other Scholarly HTML initiatives. This blog post gives… Read more »
On 2017-07-22, Stian Soiland-Reyes presented the Common Workflow Language Viewer at BOSC 2017 (ISMB/ECCB), and how it can produce Research Objects to capture CWL workflow definitions: