Drone Metadata and CEDAR at ESIP Summer Meeting

You can find the CEDAR team at ESIP’s Summer Meeting this July, thanks to the Linked data And Networked DRoNeS (LANDRS) community.

Simple Drone minimum information model
The Drone Minimum Information framework contains basic elements describing drones and their missions.

We’ll support the Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems’ Data Interest Group at the Drone Data Hackathon on Tuesday July 16. During the hackathon we will help create drone metadata templates and terms, and perhaps help model the metadata model used by the group.

CEDAR template with Drone metadata fields
After: CEDAR represents drone metadata.




Then we (and BioPortal) will roam the grounds until the UnConference (Thursday afternoon July 18) and Semantic Committee work (Friday July 19).

Publication: CEDAR offers metadata recommendations from mined rules

Marcos Martinez-Romero and his co-authors have published a new paper describing CEDAR’s updated implementation of intelligent authoring. The new methods use rule mining to generate recommendations based on previously entered metadata in the CEDAR system, and offer the users only the most likely recommendations given previous metadata entries for the template.

Suggested values seen by users
The intelligent authoring metadata recommendations take into account rules derived from previously entered metadata with the same values.

You can find instructions for setting up this capability in the CEDAR User Manual page Understanding the Suggestion System.

Martínez-Romero M, O’Connor MJ, Egyedi AL, Willrett D, Hardi J, Graybeal J, Musen MA. Using association rule mining and ontologies to generate metadata recommendations from multiple biomedical databasesDatabase. Volume 2019, 10 June 2019. https://doi.org/10.1093/database/baz059.