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.
Posts By: Stian Soiland-Reyes
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:
On 2017-07-17, Carole Goble presented two lectures at the 4th International Synthetic & Systems Biology Summer School. Her lecture Being Reproducible: Models, Research Objects, and R* Brouhaha: Being Reproducible: SSBSS Summer School 2017 from Carole Goble