Harvard LD4L Labs Objectives
- Deploy a pilot linked data conversion infrastructure
- Pilot a hosting environment for BIBFRAME linked data.
- Pilot linked data conversion, publication, and visualization of Harvard Geospatial Library metadata
- Pilot linked data conversion, publication, and visualization of Harvard’s Harvard Film Archive metadata.
- Collaborate with Cornell and Stanford on LD4L Labs and LD4P projects.
See more detail in the Harvard Statement of Work
Deploy a pilot linked data conversion infrastructure, Pilot a hosting environment for BIBFRAME linked data.
Pilot linked data conversion, publication, and visualization of Harvard Geospatial Library metadata
Pilot linked data conversion, publication, and visualization of Harvard Film Archive metadata.
- Harvard Film Archive LD4P Project
- Moving Image project kickoff notes
Bibliotek-o ontology files: https://github.com/ld4l-labs/bibliotek-o/tree/develop/target-ontologies
MI extension files: https://github.com/HLITS/LD4L_Film_Ontology (use all .ttl files; these will include any terms from external ontologies that are not represented in the bibliotek-o repo)
Test data and target output: https://github.com/HLITS/LD4L_Film_Ontology/tree/master/conversion%20test%20files
FMP fields to RDF: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1k664EP8PKKkDF1utbzdp_7Awx8Xdve63ChaSDiMra2A/edit#gid=1545790267 (see “Shared” and “Moving image” tabs)
Field values to URIs (concordance files): https://github.com/HLITS/LD4L_Film_Ontology/tree/master/concordances
Sequence of field processing: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xgS51DKdYCCyi571D2tzWRpkhUa4sszVPOEZLsZjL4k/edit#gid=0
Converter/recon pipeline proposal: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eTcrvkCLiNPDBCUBD86dKqg8UJw-6W4O9FViCngwBGM/edit#heading=h.hjqccmcdfuco
Collaborate with Cornell and Stanford on LD4L Labs and LD4P projects.
- Linked Data Fragments
- Linked Data Visualizations
- Core Bibliotek-O Ontology
Approved LD4L/LD4P Patterns - each of these documents is pretty far along and ready for contextualized sharing. They are subject to minor changes as decisions solidify.
LD4L/LD4P Mapping Documents - These spreadsheets are very much work in progress. The goal is to use the LoC mapping specifications where LD4L/LD4P do not diverge. We will focus primarily on areas of divergence (the Approved LD4L/LD4P Patterns), and eventually evaluate more closely the LOC mappings.
JIRA project (access restricted)
Orange text is planned work, Green text is in progress, blue text is completed.
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deploy Vitro locally
Vitro learning and initial enhancements (using summary annotation forms as target)
Converter architecture collaboration
Geo ontology 50% complete (wide collaboration)
MI ontology 15% complete - what is in scope defined
General ontology role expanded - pattern definitions largely complete
Leverage core converter architecture, start on first FGDC element converters (assumes Cornell core converter released by 3/1/17)
Vitro forms and lookups for high priority FGDC and MI extension elements
Geo ontology priority elements and mapping for conversion 100% complete (remainder will be ongoing)
MI ontology priority elements and mapping for conversion 75% complete
Application profiles for MI, Geo, and core ontologies
Define MI FileMaker data extraction plan
MI data extraction
Sarven define external lookup strategy and technology
FGDC->BIBFRAME converter (parser and extension elements)
MI ontology priority elements and mapping for conversion 100% complete
Coordinate roles for reconciliation planning
Define reconciliation strategies and heuristics for batch conversion for FGDC and MI (includes integrating Sarven's lookup work)
|MI->BIBFRAME converter (parser and extension elements)|
Test and refine converters
Develop and test Vitro forms
Library Cloud workflow for BIBFRAME conversion
Test with Stanford FGDC data
Targeted metadata production for visualizations
Proto Spotlight collections with Visualizations
MI then Cartography
5/16 all hands @Stanford
Develop Harvard work plan
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