All Events Related to Research Area: Socio-technical Data Analytics


Extracting Knowledge Claims for Automatic Evidence Synthesis Using Semantic Technology
2016-11-09
Systematic review, a form of evidence synthesis that critically appraises existing studies on the same topic and synthesizes study results, helps reduce the evidence gap. However, creating a systematic review is very time and resource consuming. And ...

Learning User-Defined, Domain-Specific Relations: A Situated Case Study and Evaluation in Plant Science
2015-11-04
AbstractAlthough methods exist to identify well-defined relations, such as is_a or part_of, existing tools rarely support a user who wants to define new, domain-specific relations. We conducted a situated case study in plant science and introduce fou...

An update on the Transforming Taxonomic Interfaces Initiative
2015-10-28
Abstract:In this ERRT we will give an overview of our recent work and share ideas about “semantic engineering,” including what happens when what we study has significant components of both regular data collection and data construction.The...

Large scale data analysis: Simpson's paradox, data integrity, and reproducibility.
2015-10-14
Abstract:We consider factors that can give rise to unreliable or unstable outcomes in empirical research. For example, seemingly small differences in data preparation, consideration of outliers and missing values, or treatment of "data errors&qu...

Summarization of Biomedical Texts by Utilizing Information Extracted from Comparative Sentences
2015-09-25
Comparison sentences represent a rhetorical structure that is commonly used to communicate the findings of an empirical study. Although the overall percentage of comparison sentences in an article is rather small (in the four biomedical collections e...

Building Community as a Curation Activity: Sharing Knowledge for Game Preservation
2013-02-20
The OAIS Reference Model emphasizes the need for archivists to monitor their designated community's level of knowledge and their common practices and tools for creating and using digital information.  Unfortunately this model assumes an exis...

Metadata for a Web 2.0 Software Marketplace
2009-10-28
The Mellon Foundation is interested in supporting the sharing of web services and academic software widgets, and they would like SEASR (the NCSA software environment for advancement of scholarly research) to be able to keep track of whose web service...

SEASR Analytics via Zotero
2009-04-29
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