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Re: quick update on biblio curation / tagging

From: Yolanda Gil <gil@isi.edu>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 10:07:28 -0700
Cc: "<public-xg-prov@w3.org>" <public-xg-prov@w3.org>
Message-Id: <C20E2989-1383-4D77-AD25-6E1E1841C9D7@isi.edu>
To: pmissier@acm.org
Thanks Paolo for updating the instructions on the wiki.  I was able to  
upload and tag to my heart's content with no problems.  I like the  
completion feature, where you start typing a tag and it shows you  
possible completions.  Made things very easy.

Following Simon's lead, I am listing below the papers that I tagged.   
I also added tags to a couple other papers.


     * Reasoning about the Appropriate Use of Private Data through  
Computational Workflows. Yolanda Gil and Christian Fritz. AAAI Spring  
Symposium on Privacy Management, Stanford, CA, March 23-25, 2010.
     * A Survey of Trust in Computer Science and the Semantic Web,  
Donovan Artz and Yolanda Gil. Journal of Web Semantics, Volume 5,  
Issue 2, 2007.
     * Towards Privacy Aware Data Analysis Workflows for e-Science,  
William Cheung and Yolanda Gil. 2007 Workshop on Semantic e-Science  
(SeS2007), held in conjunction with the Twenty-Second Conference of  
the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI),  
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 22-26, 2007. Slides from the  
     * Semantic Metadata Generation for Large Scientific Workflows,  
Jihie Kim, Yolanda Gil, and Varun Ratnakar. Proceedings of the Fifth  
International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC-06), Athens, GA, November  
5-9, 2006.
     * IKRAFT: Interactive Knowledge Representation and Acquisition  
from Text, Yolanda Gil and Varun Ratnakar. Proceedings of the 13th  
International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge  
Management, Siguenza, Spain, October 1-4, 2002.

On Jul 15, 2010, at 3:12 AM, Paolo Missier wrote:

> Hi,
> glad you find this workable...
> these are good criteria, I'll go ahead and do some tagging today
> we're up to 34 tagged papers  but I agree that the use case ones  
> should be the focus
> quick technicalities:
> - there is a "web page" entry type in Mendeley so we can use that  
> and then tag them uniformly
> - not sure you can do stats on the tags used from within Mendeley.  
> What I have done is sync locally and then run SQL against the local  
> Mendeley DB and export the result to googledocs.
> This may be th3e best I can do as I am not sure how to make it  
> happen automatically. Mendeley may not support that.
> not sure can "query" Mendeley" at all (as opposed to browsing)
> Also: I find that bibdata is a great publication outlet but for  
> editing we can just stick to the Mendeley dekstop, it seems quite  
> convenient and the sync facility allows us to work together.
> Cheers, -Paolo
>> I would suggest that we all get more tagging done and that on the  
>> Friday telecon we start querying the collection for each scenario  
>> to see what obvious citations and tags may be missing.  Paolo: to  
>> facilitate this, is there a way to put a link a query URL for  
>> Mendeley to the wiki page for each scenario?  My goal is to move  
>> towards a point where we can start to see the gaps and the relevant  
>> prior work for each scenario through a few simple queries to  
>> Mendeley.
>> Happy tagging!
>> Yolanda
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