HCLSIG/LODD/Meetings/2011-06-01 Conference Call

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Conference Details

  • Date of Call: Wednesday, June 1, 2011
  • Time of Call: 11:00 am Eastern Time, 4 pm UK, 5 pm CET
  • Dial-In #: +1.617.761.6200 (Cambridge, MA)

[Note: limited access to European dial in numbers below]

  • Dial-In #: +33.4.26.46.79.03 (Nice, France)
  • Dial-In #: +44.203.318.0479 (Bristol, UK)
  • Participant Access Code: 4257 ("HCLS")
  • IRC Channel: irc.w3.org port 6665 channel #HCLS (see W3C IRC page for details, or see Web IRC), Quick Start: Use http://www.mibbit.com/chat/?server=irc.w3.org:6665&channel=%23hcls for IRC access.
  • Duration: ~1 hour
  • Convener: M. Scott Marshall
  • Scribe: TBD

Agenda

Please dial in to Zakim as normal for audio. Click here to see Katy's screen

Minutes

<janos> http://s2.semanticscience.org:7777/bigbluebutton/demo/create.jsp?action=invite&meetingID=HCLS-host%27s+meeting
<Zakim> +Lena
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* mscottm asks Lena if Anja is with her?
<Lena> yes* egonw is new to this software...
<mscottm> brilliant - thanks!
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<Zakim> - +34.65.672.aabb
<Zakim> + +34.65.672.aaee
<egonw> so, who is giving the presentation?
* egonw has no sound right now
<mscottm> Katy Wolstencroft is giving the presentation.
<egonw> ah!
<egonw> mscottm: not really related to what she just showed...
<egonw> but ask her about HCLS using MyExperiment for SPARQL queries...
<egonw> Katy and I talked very briefly on that at SWAT4LS in 2009, but dont't think that took off yet
<egonw> mscottm: maybe you were there too when we walked to the bus stop :)
<egonw> 7 SPARQL workflows on MyExperiment -> http://www.myexperiment.org/workflows?filter=TYPE_ID%28%2260%22%29
<boycerd> Anja - will the LODD updates include DailyMed? If so, when do you think it might be updated?
<egonw> and ChEMBL-RDF?
<matthias_samwald> (i have to leave now)
<Zakim> -??P31
<AnjaJentzsch> Actually we will start with DrugBank
<AnjaJentzsch> What datasets are urgent for you besides that?
<boycerd> Thanks Anja - DailyMed would be important to the use case I am planning to implement because it contains all currently-marketed drugs in the US
<egonw> AnjaJentzsch: any plans on linking databases based on chemical identity?
<boycerd> I will also use RxNorm - Janos is this still the most up to date endpoint? <http://link.informatics.stonybrook.edu/sparql/>
<mscottm> Zakim, who is here?
<Zakim> On the phone I see ??P8, mscottm, +1.412.802.aaaa, +1.631.444.aacc, +1.781.431.aadd, Lena, +34.65.672.aaee
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<Zakim> On IRC I see AnjaJentzsch, epichler, Lena, mscottm, janos, RRSAgent, Zakim, matthias_samwald, boycerd, egonw, mikel_egana, ericP
<mikel_egana> have we finished with the note?
<janos> yes <http://link.informatics.stonybrook.edu/sparql/> is the most up to date sparql endpoint for RxNorm
<boycerd> great!
<janos> http://link.informatics.sunysb.edu/rxnorm/ provides metadata about the publication
<boycerd> ok, I see that now; also had found <http://www.w3.org/wiki/images/c/c1/Linking_the_RxNorm_Database.pdf>
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<mscottm> Anja: DERI has an interface that makes it possible to define interlink constraints with drag and drop
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<AnjaJentzsch> http://www.assembla.com/spaces/silk/wiki/Silk_Workbench
<AnjaJentzsch> http://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/silk/Link_Specification_Editor
<AnjaJentzsch> http://www.assembla.com/spaces/silk/wiki/Evaluation
<mscottm> Mikel: I miss mention of ontology building and uses of inferencing, such at server side
<mscottm> Scott: The scope of the note is aimed at people with domain data who
want to share it with colleagues or otherwise make it available on the
Web in Semantic Web format so it is more directed at applications of
existing vocabularies to raw data. I do see applications of
inferencing on the server side as a very important topic (such as
asking for a class of things in SPARQL, e.g. neurodegenerative disease
and making use of an entailment regime in SPARQL 1.1 but that is not
(yet) relevant for most people with raw data who don't know where to
start.