HCLSIG/LODD/Meetings/2010-04-14 Conference Call

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Conference Details

  • Date of Call: Wednesday April 14, 2010
  • Time of Call: 11:00am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), 16:00 British Summer Time (BST), 17:00 Central European Time (CET)
  • Dial-In #: +1.617.761.6200 (Cambridge, MA)
  • Dial-In #: + (Nice, France)
  • Dial-In #: +44.117.370.6152 (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)
  • Duration: ~1h
  • Convener: Susie


  • Data updates - All
  • Mapping experimental data - Susie
  • Outreach (TCM, W3C LOD Track, ACS) - All
  • F2F
  • AOB


Attendees: Janos, Bosse, Mike, Elgar, Oktie, Robin

<Susie> Data Updates

<Susie> Susie: I have no updates

<Susie> Oktie: No update on my end

<Susie> Oktie: Anja hasn't corrected the links

<Susie> Oktie: I need to work on the linkages

<Susie> Oktie: I hope to do this within a month

<Susie> Oktie: The links from Diseasome, Drugbank, and Dailymed to LinkedCT

<Susie> Oktie: Some trials have changed, so links should be removed

<Susie> Oktie: I've kept the conditions and interventions, so the links don't go to a deadend

<Susie> Oktie: In future should only have one sided links

<Susie> Oktie: Has been discussed on mailing list

<Susie> Susie: Should we look to host the data ourselves?

<Susie> Oktie: The changes should only take a few moments to do

<Susie> Oktie: I last mailed Anja back in February

<Susie> Bosse: Suprised entities are removed from LinkedCT

<Susie> Oktie: Sometimes mistakes are removed, e.g. wrong interventions

<Susie> Oktie: Sometime data is updated

<Susie> Susie: Could you mail Anja again

<Susie> Oktie: Will do

<Susie> Susie: I can then chase if necessary

<Susie> Oktie: Colleagues have posted FDA data in RDF

<Susie> Oktie: Will send a mail to Matthias to see what his plans are

<Susie> Oktie: Will see if my colleagues are still working on the data

<Susie> Janos: Have worked to make RxNorm availablein RDF

<Susie> Janos: Has a little less than 8 million triples in it

<Susie> Janos: Currently just internally available

<Susie> Janos: Need to fix some technical issues

<Susie> Janos: Will present on it in 2 weeks

<Susie> Janos: May be licensing issues

<Susie> Janos: Need UMLS license to use RxNorm

<Susie> Janos: Need to have a conversation with the NLM

<Susie> Susie: Will introduce you to Olivier Bodenreider

<Susie> Susie: Egon working on ChEMBL

<Susie> Elgar: If we talk to Bodenreider about RxNorm, would be interested in finding out if there is a RDF sanctioned version of UMLS

<Susie> Elgar: There have been a number of partially successful attempts to convert UMLS to RDF

<Susie> Susie: Maybe it'd make sense for him to participate in a call

<OktieH> LinkedFDA URL: http://linkeddata.cs.toronto.edu/linkedfda/

<Susie> Susie: Explore best practices for mapping ADNI to RDF

<Susie> Bosse: Sounds interesting

<Susie> Bose: Need to track changes over time

<Susie> Bosse: Spoke to clinical lead today who wanted data from earlier on

<Susie> Bosse: It overlaps with eHRs

<Susie> Bosse: Because eHR also has a time aspect

<Susie> Bosse: An eHR with lots of data is like a longitudinal study

<Susie> Bosse: Allows addition of extra data as needed

<Susie> Oktie: Where dodes the data come from

<Susie> Susie: ADNI data is available through an agreement

<Susie> Susie: Multiple things to think about

<Susie> Susie: relational schema, mapping to RDF, ontology, namespace, URI

<Susie> Robin: Did you think hosting data in the cloud

<Susie> Susie: Yes, and extending to an open innovation center

<Susie> Susie: With open methodologies and recipes

<Susie> Susie: And focus on healthcare data

<Susie> Susie: Next steps

<Susie> Susie: Create wiki page for experimental data

<Susie> Susie: Describe project idea

<Susie> Susie: Outline items we'd need to condsider

<Susie> Susie: Meeting with Cloud folks in 1 month

<Susie> Susie: Will see if they may be interested in collaborating