Date: Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Location: Street Level Conference Room
Showing 1 to 5 of 5 items tagged as datasets
Provider: University of Nottingham (UK)
Contents: brief records, general reference, index, standards, summaries
Access Level: Fee-based member, Free, On-Site Visitor, Online Visitor, Open Access, TMC Academic User, TMC Alumni User, TMC Non-Academic User
Descriptions: SHERPA/RoMEO and its companion sites make up a useful, frequently-updated reference suite on open-access scholarly publishing and archiving rules for text and data. Specifically, RoMEO is a resource for looking up publishers' copyright policy information; SHERPA/FACT is the Funders' and Authors' Compliance Tool, and SHERPA/JULIET is the resource for information on research funders' (like NIH or National Science Foundation) open-access policies: what may or must be archived in an open-access repository, the stage of publication at which the work may be deposited, and guidelines for when the material must be made publicly available.
Keywords: data, data archiving, datasets, open access publishing, research funding, scholarly communication, scholarly publishing
Descriptions: DataCite is an international organization established in December, 2009 to promote and facilitate the expansion of the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) system to include scientific datasets. Membership includes publishers, libraries and data centers. Researchers will benefit from access to scientific data supporting findings explicated in full-text articles, and will be able to link to that underlying data in the same way DOI enables links to text. DataCite provides standards and workflows for the publication of this data, and enables researchers to reliably locate and cite submitted data.
Keywords: biomedical research, data, data analysis, datasets, deep web, digital, DOI, information management, international, organizations, research, scientist, societies
Provider: National Center for Biotechnology Information/National Library of Medicine
Contents: charts/graphs, datasets, E-books, full text, government documents, images, index, multiple databases, open-source
Access Level: Free, Open Access
Descriptions: The National Center for Biotechnology Information advances science and health by providing access to biomedical and genomic information. NCBI provides a large number of resources for scientific research, including software and many databases.
Keywords: bioinformatics, biomedical research, data analysis, data-sharing, datasets, genetics, genomics, microbiology, proteins, research tools, sequencing, software
Descriptions: NextBio Basic is a free web application providing access to a 'curated, correlated database' of public data which also integrates literature, clinical trials and scientific news. Its semantic framework is based on gene, tissue, disease and compound ontologies. A single search for information on a gene yields results categorically arranged on a single page: an overview of the gene's functions; a list of tissues in which the gene is expressed; diseases and compounds relating to the gene; a list of the top topic-associated researchers and authors; literature, associated clinical trials, and more. Registered users of this application (registration for this basic version is free) can personalize their experience, communicate, collaborate and share data with the rest of the NextBio community.
Keywords: biomedical research, clinical trials, collaborative, database, datasets, genes, informatics, life sciences, ontology, scientist, search engine
Provider: National Institutes of Health
Descriptions: The Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF) is a semantically-enhanced portal to a dynamic inventory of Web-based neuroscience resources. An initiative of the NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research, NIF enhances discovery and access to often unindexed but publicly available research data, datasets, software and tools in the deep web, as well as linking to PubMed records and open-access literature. The NIF Project provides the NIF Registry, Antibody Registry, Drug Related Gene Database, neuroscience ontology and a way to contribute to it (via the NeuroLex wiki) and semantic tagging services. NIF Navigator, a customizable, stand-alone search tool for incorporation into websites or wikis, draws query results from all the NIF's own components and from other sites and accessible databases. The valuable resources at NIF are too numerous to be described adequately here.
Keywords: biomedical research, clinical trials, data, data-sharing, datasets, disease, drugs, federal agencies, full text, genes, genomics, grants, images, informatics, links, networking, neuroscience, NIH, portal, research, scientist, social networking, software