Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note

26 Mar 2020
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Dear all,
Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
Best wishes, Gustav
Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
Karolinska Institutet
Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Nobels väg 9
171 77 Stockholm
***@***.***
+46 (0) 736-798 743
Swedish National Data Service
snd.gu.se
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Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
Dear All,
nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
Best wishes,
Elena Sartini
[https://ci6.googleusercontent.com/proxy/5MSQkxPiqycVkpcMWkyIXGE2dmFH_B7U...
Researcher & Legal Consultant
Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 333 6107312
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    Author: Pieter Heyvaert

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer
    advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to
    make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide
    the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe
    that it is super important to make existing and future research easily
    shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and
    machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000
    scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle.
    The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in
    the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta
    information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different
    entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra
    information on different entities such as journals, research
    institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links
    below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here:
    https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found
    here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle:
    https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python:
    https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings:
    https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter

  • Helena Laaksonen's picture

    Author: Helena Laaksonen

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) - sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    - Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    ________________________________
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [https://ci6.googleusercontent.com/proxy/5MSQkxPiqycVkpcMWkyIXGE2dmFH_B7U...
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) - sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    - Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [https://ci6.googleusercontent.com/proxy/5MSQkxPiqycVkpcMWkyIXGE2dmFH_B7U...
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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    Author: Helena Laaksonen

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear all,
    my apologies: I see there was no signature in my message. So let me add it to introduce myself.
    Best,
    ---
    Helena Laaksonen
    johtaja / föreståndare / Director
    Yhteiskuntatieteellinen tietoarkisto / FSD
    ***@***.***, p. +358 40 190 1440
    www.fsd.uta.fi
    - Show quoted text -From: Helena Laaksonen (TAU)
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 16.14
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: RE: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) - sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    ________________________________
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [https://ci6.googleusercontent.com/proxy/5MSQkxPiqycVkpcMWkyIXGE2dmFH_B7U...
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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    Dear all,
    my apologies: I see there was no signature in my message. So let me add it to introduce myself.
    Best,
    ---
    Helena Laaksonen
    johtaja / föreståndare / Director
    Yhteiskuntatieteellinen tietoarkisto / FSD
    ***@***.***, p. +358 40 190 1440
    www.fsd.uta.fi
    From: Helena Laaksonen (TAU)
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 16.14
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: RE: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) - sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    - Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    ________________________________
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [https://ci6.googleusercontent.com/proxy/5MSQkxPiqycVkpcMWkyIXGE2dmFH_B7U...
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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    Dear all,
    my apologies: I see there was no signature in my message. So let me add it to introduce myself.
    Best,
    ---
    Helena Laaksonen
    johtaja / föreståndare / Director
    Yhteiskuntatieteellinen tietoarkisto / FSD
    ***@***.***, p. +358 40 190 1440
    www.fsd.uta.fi
    From: Helena Laaksonen (TAU)
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 16.14
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: RE: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) - sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    - Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
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    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
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  • John Brian Pickering's picture

    Author: John Brian Pickering

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear All,

    Apologies if this is a duplicate.

    I work on a number of EU- and UK-funded projects in medical informatics. I’m not a data scientist, though. Instead my initial interest is around Ethics and Data Protection, and the tension between the two (I am involved in both at University level). But like Helena, I am also a social scientist and am especially interested in people’s views about technology, data analytics and how this affects their own attitudes towards the use and sharing of their personal data.

     

    On an admin note, is someone keeping track of the various and complementary skills around the virtual table?

     

    Brian

     

    Dr J Brian Pickering

    IT Innovation

    University of Southampton

    My pronouns are he/him

    https://ecs.soton.ac.uk/people/jbp
    ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6815-2938

  • Andrew Harrison's picture

    Author: Andrew Harrison

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear all,
    Greetings to everybody and I hope your nearest and dearest are safe as well at this time.
    I’m an academic Bioinformatician / Data Scientist. I’ve already reviewed one paper on the bioinformatics of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19, and I expect many more papers to quickly arrive through the journals. This group should prove to be incredibly useful because it will help in keeping track of the explosion of data as well as building a network of expertise across disciplines.
    I also supervise Masters students in Data Science and I expect to direct a number of future students to working on projects linked to Covid-19.
    Best wishes,
    Harry
    From: <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of Helena_Laaksonen via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Reply to: "***@***.***" <***@***.***>
    Date: Thursday, 26 March 2020 at 14:14
    To: "***@***.***-groups.org" <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) – sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    - Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
    ________________________________
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of e.sartini via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [Image removed by sender.]
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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    Dear all,
    Greetings to everybody and I hope your nearest and dearest are safe as well at this time.
    I’m an academic Bioinformatician / Data Scientist. I’ve already reviewed one paper on the bioinformatics of SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for Covid-19, and I expect many more papers to quickly arrive through the journals. This group should prove to be incredibly useful because it will help in keeping track of the explosion of data as well as building a network of expertise across disciplines.
    I also supervise Masters students in Data Science and I expect to direct a number of future students to working on projects linked to Covid-19.
    Best wishes,
    Harry
    From: <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of Helena_Laaksonen via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Reply to: "***@***.***" <***@***.***>
    Date: Thursday, 26 March 2020 at 14:14
    To: "***@***.***-groups.org" <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear all,
    nice to meet you, as well. I am Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) – sister organization to Swedish National Data Service.
    In case you are wondering why, on earth, I joined this group: My background is in sociology, and this situation really puts my sociological imagination to overload, so to say. I expect a lot of social sciences and humanities COVID19 data to be gathered in the coming months, and given the economic and social results, in the coming years. So not clinical research data nor epidemiological or omics data, are my focus. Yet, I feel it may prove useful to at least see, what this group is working on and how GPPR aspects are handled in the guidelines.
    Best,
    Helena
    From: ***@***.***-groups.org <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Sent: torstai 26. maaliskuuta 2020 15.59
    To: ***@***.***-groups.org
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Hi all,
    My name is Pieter Heyvaert and I'm a development lead and developer advocate at Ghent University - IDLab, imec. In our lab we do research to make knowledge shareable and understandable on the Web. We also provide the corresponding tools for that. In the context of COVID-19 we believe that it is super important to make existing and future research easily shareable and understandable by other parties, including humans and machines.
    As our first effort we created a Knowledge Graph based on the 40000 scholarly articles described in a public dataset available on Kaggle. The Knowledge Graph contains all of the information that is present in the CSV & JSON: author information, content information and meta information. Moreover, it contains relations between the different entities, such as citations between papers and so on and extra information on different entities such as journals, research institutions and countries. More information can be found at the links below.
    A Comunica instance to perform queries can be found here: https://query-covid19.linkeddatafragments.org/
    The code that was used to map the structured data to RDF can be found here: http://www.github.com/GillesVandewiele/COVID-KG/
    The Knowledge Graph is available on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid19-literature-knowledge-graph
    A notebook on how to work with RDF data in Python: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-starter
    A notebook on working with embeddings: https://www.kaggle.com/group16/covid-19-knowledge-graph-embeddings
    Kind regards
    Pieter Heyvaert
    Ghent University, IDLab - imec
    @HeyPieter
    On 26.03.20 14:42, Gustav Nilsonne via RDA-COVID19 wrote:
    Dear all,
    Nice to meet you all. I am a researcher in neuroscience, and I also work with the Swedish National Data Service as a "domain specialist" for medical data.
    Best wishes, Gustav
    Gustav Nilsonne, MD, PhD
    Researcher in neuroscience and meta-science
    Coordinator of Data Domain Specialists with the Swedish National Data Service
    Karolinska Institutet
    Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Nobels väg 9
    171 77 Stockholm
    ***@***.***
    +46 (0) 736-798 743
    Swedish National Data Service
    snd.gu.se
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    Sent: Thursday, 26 March 2020 14:38
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    nice to meet you! I am a researcher and legal consultant for CyberEthics Lab., an Italian SME active (inter alia) in EU Founded Projects. My field of expertise is EU data protection, and I am more than thrilled to help you and provide my assistance where it possible.
    Best wishes,
    Elena Sartini
    [Image removed by sender.]
    Researcher & Legal Consultant
    Via Antonio Salandra, 18 - 00187 Rome, Italy
    +39 333 6107312
    http://www.cyberethicslab.com
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  • Claus Denk's picture

    Author: Claus Denk

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear all,
    greatings from Seville. My background is physics and high performance
    computation but I work at the University of Seville in charge of the
    CRIS (current research information system). I subscribed to see what
    activities are going on if I can be of help somehow in my spare time. I
    have a solid background on web applications, also some Python and deep
    learning knowledge.
    kind regards, Claus

  • Mary O&#039;Brien Uhlmansiek's picture

    Author: Mary O'Brien Uh...

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Brian,
    Great question – we are asking WG members to indicate their expertise and potential role in the linked google spreadsheet (copied from the attached group update):
    * ACTION for YOU: Please indicate (in the Google Spreadsheet) your contact information, area of Expertise(Domain Knowledge, Data Sharing, Ethics, Legal, Technology, Policy) in the context of one of the 5 categories above, and the Role you can best play (e.g. Writing/Editing, Commenting/Review, Dissemination, Observer) to ensure we are able to deliver.
    Thanks and regards,
    Mary
    Mary O’Brien Uhlmansiek, MA
    Director, Implementation & Outreach
    Research Data Alliance – US Region
    https://www.rd-alliance.org
    Skype: Mary Uhlmansiek
    From: <***@***.***-groups.org> on behalf of JBrianP via RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Reply-To: "***@***.***" <***@***.***>
    Date: Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 10:19 AM
    To: RDA-COVID19 <***@***.***-groups.org>
    Subject: Re: [rda-covid19] Re: [rda-covid19] RDA COVID Group - some things to note
    Dear All,
    Apologies if this is a duplicate.
    I work on a number of EU- and UK-funded projects in medical informatics. I’m not a data scientist, though. Instead my initial interest is around Ethics and Data Protection, and the tension between the two (I am involved in both at University level). But like Helena, I am also a social scientist and am especially interested in people’s views about technology, data analytics and how this affects their own attitudes towards the use and sharing of their personal data.
    On an admin note, is someone keeping track of the various and complementary skills around the virtual table?
    Brian
    Dr J Brian Pickering
    IT Innovation
    University of Southampton
    My pronouns are he/him
    https://ecs.soton.ac.uk/people/jbp
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  • Arnab Paul's picture

    Author: Arnab Paul

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Hi,
    Just now I tried to edit the google couldn't access it. Is there a glitch.
    Thanks
    Expert Member - Digital Health l WHO, Geneva
    CEO | Patient Planet, India
    Strategic Advisor l Farmatrust, UK
    President | Government Blockchain Association -Kolkata
    On Thu, Mar 26, 2020, 21:10 muhlmansiek via RDA-COVID19 <
    ***@***.***-groups.org> wrote:

  • Alejandro Rodríguez González's picture

    Author: Alejandro Rodrí...

    Date: 26 Mar, 2020

    Dear all,
    Greetings to everybody. My name is Alejandro Rodríguez González and I'm
    the PI of the Medical Data Analytics Laboratory (MEDAL) act Centre for
    Biomedical Technology, which belongs to Universidad Politécnica de
    Madrid (UPM) in Spain.
    In our lab, we are running several national and H2020 projects (e.g.:
    http://project-iasis.eu/ ; http://www.clarify2020.eu ;
    https://www.bigmedilytics.eu/) related with the extraction and analysis
    of medical information (mainly oriented to different types of cancer),
    but with expertise in the general concept/procedure as well as other
    pathologies.
    Our main technological expertise is focused on the extraction of
    information from Electronic Health Records (mainly in Spanish) and the
    analysis of the resulting structured data. We also have a project (but
    in a preliminary stage) that aim to join phenotypical and biological
    manifestations of diseases and analyze the relationships with existing
    drugs to try to find new drug repurposing hypothesis.
    We will be happy to help with the analysis of such data if it is
    possible at some point to have access to it or in any other initiative
    where we can help.
    best,
    Alejandro

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