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Friday, July 19 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Community Ontology Repository (COR) Administration, Development and Planning

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This session will consist of two main themes: discussion of current and pending important administrative tasks; and hands-on exercises covering the development aspect toward improvement of the software itself, as well as possible complementary tools that could be integrated (e.g., ontology viewers/visualizers). Participants will gain understanding of how this particular instance of the ORR software is deployed on Amazon and how they can contribute in various ways including further core development and integration of new tools and client libraries to leverage the powerful API and SPARQL endpoint capabilities of the COR server.


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Annie Burgess

Lab Director, ESIP
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John Graybeal

Technical Program Manager, CEDAR and BioPortal, Stanford University
Metadata, semantics, and cool repositories for metadata and semantics.Cool Earth Science (or biomedical) projects that will change the world.Or at least, change the way we manage metadata about the world.

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Lewis McGibbney

Enterprise Search Technologist III, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Carlos Rueda

Sr Software Engineer, MBARI
My areas of expertise and interest include scientific data management, visualization, data integration and interoperability, programming languages, and semantic web. https://www.mbari.org/rueda-carlos/

Friday July 19, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am PDT
Room 317