Zero to VIVO in 7 Days

2016-07-18T21:08:12Z (GMT) by Jonathan Breeze Juergen Wastl
<p>A presentation given by Jonathan Breeze, Symplectic & Juergen Wast, University of Cambridge, UK at the VIVO 2015 conference in Cambridge, MA.</p> <p> </p> <p>Abstract: Notwithstanding the collaborative efforts of the VIVO community, the technical and data related tasks associated with implementing and populating VIVO continue to act as significant barriers to wide adoption of the VIVO platform.</p> <p>In direct response to these challenges, Symplectic has developed a quick and effective means of installing, implementing and populating a production ready VIVO instance for subscribers of Symplectic's Research Information Management System, Elements.</p> <p>Titled ‘Zero to VIVO in 7 Days’, this session will introduce how this process works, from the acquisition of a new server through to the population of VIVO using linked data captured in Elements. This new service also includes an analysis of triples captured in VIVO and a report to help inform further data curation inside Elements.</p> <p>This session will include a short demonstration by Juergen Wastl, Head of Research Information at University of Cambridge.</p>