Research Object List

A Research Object (RO) is an aggregation of resources that bundles together the contents of an investigation or work. In the context of a publication, Research Objects support what is being described in the paper, describing tools, datasets, queries and executions used for achieving the final results.

From the beginning of 2013 I have starting creating some Research Objects of my recent (or ongoing) research. All ROs are annotated in RDF-a with content negotiation in turtle, rdf and json-ld. You can find them on Github (https://github.com/dgarijo/ResearchObjects) and listed below:

  1. Towards Continuous Scientific Data Analysis and Hypothesis Evolution: Research Object that bundles all the additional materials used and produced for validating the DISK framework and evaluation in the paper submitted to AAAI (2017).
  2. Automated Hypothesis Testing with Large Scientific Data Repositories: Research Object that bundles all the additional materials used and produced for validating the DISK framework in the paper submitted to Advances in Cognitive Systems (2016).
  3. Mining Abstractions in Scientific Workflows: Research Object of my PhD thesis (with the same title), containing all the resources used on in. This RO references and refine some other Research Objects. 2015.
  4. Towards Workflow Ecosystems Through Standard Representations: Research Object containing all the evaluation queries made to test the interoperability of WEST, the workflow ecosystem presented at WORKS14.
  5. Workflow Reuse in Practice- A Study of Neuroimaging Pipeline Users: Research Object containing all evaluation surveys and figures of our paper submitted to eScience 2014. The paper describes the results of a survey on workflow reuse made to the users of The Loni Pipeline.
  6. FragFlow- Automated Fragment Detection in Scientific Workflows: Research Object containing all the supporting materials (results, evaluations and datasets) of our paper submitted to eScience 2014. The paper describes the performance of our system for finding fragments (FragFlow) evaluated against 3 corpora of workflows from the Loni Pipeline.
  7. Detecting common scientific workflow fragments using templates and execution provenance: Research Object containing all the supporting materials (results, evaluations and datasets) of our paper submitted to KCAP 2013. The paper describes the performance of our system for finding fragments evaluated against a small set of Wings workflows.
  8. Parameter Optimization of an Ecological Niche Modeling Workflow: A Research Object containing a full example of the Research Object Optimization vocabulary, used to model optimizations of scientific workflows.
  9. Common Motifs in Scientific Workflows- An Empirical Analysis: Bundle describing all the datasets and results used and produced by a manual evaluation of 264 scientific workflows, in order to find common operations among them.
  10. Quantifying Reproducibility in Computational Biology- The Case of the TB-Drugome: Research Object that bundles all the contents used and produced while trying to reproduce the TB-Drugome experiment, published in 2011.