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- Cornell – met with Institutional Research office today – very interested in the Scimap visualizations
- Florida – have 35,000 course records ingested on a test server; starting to plan harvester tool changes; will look at a vitual appliance for Vitro after the release of VIVO 1.4 - what sort of test data can we get that could be distributed with the VIVO 1.4 virtual appliance?
- North Texas – "looking at how to harvest data from Google Scholar and trying to identify the path to VIVO – bibtex? BibUtils -> MODS -> Harvester -> VIVO?
- Weill Cornell
- : how should we tackle spams initiated from the Contact Us form - integrate captcha (ReCaptcha) into VIVO? "A strong candidate for 1.5 – hopefully quite straightforward
- From Mummi – http://www.crossref.org/CrossTech/2011/11/turning_dois_into_formatted_ci.html – This is an extension to the content-negotiation / Linked Data service CrossRef had already implemented (http://www.crossref.org/CrossTech/2011/04/content_negotiation_for_crossr.html).
- from CrossRef blog post – "Today two new content types were added to dx.doi.org resolution for CrossRef DOIs. These allow anyone to retrieve DOI bibliographic metadata as formatted bibliographic entries. To perform the formatting we're using the citation style language processor, citeproc-js which supports a shed load of citation styles and locales. In fact, all the styles and locales found in the CSL repositories, including many common styles such as bibtex, apa, ieee, harvard, vancouver and chicago are supported[. ]"
- Update on the 1.4 release – testing still in progress
- Update on Ontology Team meetings at Cornell this week
- preparations for submitting the 1.4 ontology to the NCBO Bioportal
- anticipated additions to cover h-index, i-10 index, citation counts
- VIVO monograph
- Update from Chin Hua Kong from the visualization team at IU (also at Cornell this week)
- demo of new visualization features in 1.4 – SciMap comparisons
- work in progress on embedding NRN (national researcher networking) visualizations in http://vivoweb.org
- discussions this week on caching, journal name disambiguation, and other topics
- How to look up Library of Congress and VIAF authority records for organizations in your university or anywhere
- Go to http://authorities.loc.gov/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First and set the search type to "name authority headings"
- Search for a department in your university (include your university name), click on the desired result, and look for a link called "Authority Record." results seem to vary depending on what entries catalogers have made
- That record will have an identifier and list a URI – e.g., http://lccn.loc.gov/n85232974
- If you click on that link, look for a link on the resulting page that connects to the same record in VIAF, an international database maintained by OCLC and various national libraries – e.g., http://viaf.org/viaf/135574777
Notable Development List Traffic
- Scoring with data from multiple institutions
- The many possible causes of data not appearing in a new VIVO instance
- Technical specification of VIVO
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