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Re: ANN: NPG expands Linked Data Platform to over a quarter billion triples

From: juty <juty@ebi.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2012 11:32:11 +0100
Message-ID: <500D282B.2010705@ebi.ac.uk>
To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
Hi Tony,

An alternative would be to use identifiers.org (http://identifiers.org/) 
URIs. We've been working with Mark (Wilkinson) to transition his LSRN 
system (http://lsrn.org/) over to identifiers.org, and are in discussion 
with Bio2RDF. We'd be interested to know which namespaces you are 
missing for your work, as we could hopefully add them relatively quickly 
to the Registry at the backend 
(http://www.ebi.ac.uk/miriam/main/collections/).

cheers

Nick


On 21/07/12 11:35, Hammond, Tony wrote:
> Hi:
>
> I wanted to forward the following message which we just posted to the 
> public-lod list.
>
> I also wanted to take the opportunity to ask about linking of data 
> citations (aka accession numbers) which we have now included in this 
> release. We were aiming to use Bio2RDF URIs but stopped short because 
> not all namespaces we required were registered as BIO2RDF namespaces 
> and we though we needed more time for analysis. Is this still the 
> right direction we should be pursuing?
>
> Note, however, that we *have* used Bio2RDF URIs for MeSH terms.
>
> We also fixed the PubMed URI pattern we used last time and adopted the 
> standard form following useful comments received earlier on this list.
>
> So, currently our citations are linked primarily to CrossRef and 
> PubMed  although other link targets are being added, while our data 
> citations are nominally pegged for Bio2RDF linking pending a steer 
> from this group and others.
>
> We would welcome any feedback on data modelling and linking.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tony
>
>
> ==
> We just wanted to share this news from yesterday's NPG press release
> [1]:
>
>     "As part of its wider commitment to open science, Nature Publishing
> Group's (NPG) Linked Data Platform now hosts more than 270 million
> Resource Description Framework (RDF) statements. It has been expanded
> more than ten times, in a growing number of datasets. These datasets
> have been created under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) waiver."
>
>     Available at _http://data.nature.com_, the platform now contains
> bibliographic metadata for all NPG titles, including Scientific American
> back to 1845, and NPG's academic journals published on behalf of our
> society partners. NPG's Linked Data Platform now includes citation
> metadata for all published article references. The NPG subject ontology
> is also significantly expanded."
>
> The data is available both for SPARQL query and for download as RDF
> snapshots. Note too that the data is being updated dynamically as new
> articles are published to nature.com. And for those who may have visited
> before this time we have fixed content negotiation.
>
> As for the downloads we do need to improve our navigation, but if your
> go to the documentation page on the developers site, take the main link
> at right for Linked Data Platform and see under the head "Data
> Snapshots". We just ask that you register first, but thereafter the data
> is freely available by individual graph or as a complete distribution.
>
> More information about NPG's Linked Data Platform is available at
> _http://developers.nature.com/docs_. Sample queries can be found at
> _http://data.nature.com/query_.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Tony
>
> [1] _http://www.nature.com/press_releases/ldp.html
> _==
>
>
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Nick Juty
Database Curator
European Bioinformatics Institute
Cambridge, United Kingdom
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