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Next RDA WGDC Webinar: Tue, Nov. 7, 17:00 CET

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    Andreas Rauber
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    Dear all,
    I am happy to announce the next Webinar on implementations of the
    recommendations of the RDA Working Group on Data Citation (RDA WGDC),
    this time focusing on the implementation particualrly of Recommendation
    10, the (automatic) generation of the citation text snippet:
    Title: Automatically generating citation text from queries
    (Recommendation 10): Citation generation for
    – XML (rule-based and machine-learning based), for
    – RDF (view-based) and for
    – RDBMS (view-based),
    with demonstrations from real applications for each:
    – EAD/Archives+Pharmacological data for XML,
    – Eagle-i (bioresources) for RDF and
    – IUPHAR (pharmacological data) for RDBMS
    Presenter: Gianmaria Silvello, University of Padova
    Time: Tue., 7. 11. 2017, 17:00 CET
    Registration:
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8910633932765250051
    The WGDC Web conference page also contains recordings, slides and links
    to supporting material/papers for all preceeding webinars in this
    series, specifically:
    https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/data-citation-wg/webconference/webconf
    * Implementing of the RDA Data Citation Recommendations by the
    Climate Change Centre Austria (CCCA) for a repository of NetCDF files
    Presenter: Chris Schubert, Head of the CCCA Data Center, Austria
    * Implementing the RDA Data Citation Recommendations for
    Long-Tail Research Data / CSV files
    Presenter: Stefan Pröll
    * Implementing the RDA Data Citation Recommendations in the
    Distributed Infrastructure of the Virtual and Atomic Molecular
    Data Center (VAMDC)
    Presenter: Carlo Maria Zwölf, VAMDC, Observatoire de Paris, France
    * Implementation of Dynamic Data Citation at the Vermont
    Monitoring Cooperative
    Presenter: James Duncan, VMC, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
    * Adoption of the RDA Data Citation of Evolving Data Recommendation to
    Electronic Health Records
    Presenter: Leslie McIntosh, PHD, MPH, Director Center for
    Biomedical Informatics, Washington University in
    St.Luis
    * Enabeling Precise Identification and Citeability of Dynamic Data:
    Recommendations of the RDA Working Group on Data Citation (WGDC)
    Presenter: Andreas Rauber, Vienna University of Technology
    Looking forward to talking to many of you during the upcoming webinar.
    best regards,
    Andreas Rauber
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    Andreas Rauber
    Dept. of Software Technology and Interactive Systems
    Vienna Univ. of Technology | Tel: (+43) 1 58801 18826
    Favoritenstr. 9 – 11 / 188 | Fax: (+43) 1 58801 18899
    A – 1040 Wien | e-mail: ***@***.***
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    Dear all,
    The webinar by Gianmaria Silvello from the University of Padova will
    start in 20 minutes.
    To join, connect to
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8910633932765250051
    Gianmaria will talk about automatically generating citation text from
    queries (Recommendation 10): Citation generation for
    – XML (rule-based and machine-learning based), for
    – RDF (view-based) and for
    – RDBMS (view-based),
    with demonstrations from real applications for each:
    – EAD/Archives+Pharmacological data for XML,
    – Eagle-i (bioresources) for RDF and
    – IUPHAR (pharmacological data) for RDBMS
    best regards,
    Andreas

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