BYOD meetings

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Planned BYOD meetings

See also: Template for organizing a BYOD meeting

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Without date:

  • Handling of Metabolomics data in a service laboratory for Merlijn and Gabino
  • ENSEMBL for ODEX4all
  • Green for ODEX4all
  • Text mining for ODEX4all
  • Green for EXCELERATE
  • Human Data for EXCELERATE
  • Rare disease related
    • Patient registry company BYOD (Target: May)
    • Marseille BYOD (details on data elements and disease area requested, possibly an OMICS case)
    • Rare Disease data for EXCELERATE (Particularly for MIABIS-mapping)
    • Bring your own unmapped data (convert/map key data elements in legacy data to recommended ontology-based identifiers using tool such as SORTA and OpenRefine)
    • A list of seven biobanks/registries is being drafted as an ambition to FAIRify for 2016, some of these may require a BYOD to start.
      • A preliminary list of disease areas for which there is potential for additional funding can be found here (you may need to ask read permission).
    • Rare disease Omics data (preliminary, should involve Evelo et al.)
  • Excelerate PT: Marine Metagenomics data
  • Excelerate WP5: Metadata profiles
  • Excelerate WP5: Ontology development

Past BYOD meetings resulting in FAIR Linked Data and/or training on its principles:

  • BYOD 1 and 2 in Rome in collaboration with RD-Connect, resulting in training of rare disease data owners, first connections between ID-Card and OrphaNet, baby-steps in linking data from neuromuscular diseases, recommendations for managers of registries, a preliminary workflow for making data linkable, first prototype data accessor using mock Huntington's Disease, a user scenario for Ring-14 disease data use, requirements for the March 2016 demonstration.
  • BYOD Leiden creating linked data for Human Proteome Atlas

Related interoperability meetings in ELIXIR (not with as primary goal to make FAIR Linked Data):

Timeline for organizing a BYOD meeting

Example of reverse timeline