VIVO for beginners – running a local VIVO installation and importing research information data: VIVO is an open source! tool based on linked open data concepts for connecting and publishing all research information within and across institutions. The hands-on bootcamp will focus on getting your own local VIVO installation up and running, and transforming and ingesting some real data, resulting in a working presentable system. Read more at http://elag2014.org/programme/elag-2014-bootcamps/bootcamps-l-koster/
People who are interested in or will be responsible for setting up and administering a local VIVO installation with local research information data
Bringing VIVO to life
VIVO (http://vivoweb.org) is an open source, open ontology, open process platform for hosting information about the interests, activities and accomplishments of scientists and scholars. VIVO supports open development and integration of science and scholarship through simple, standard semantic web! technologies. VIVO was originally funded by Cornell University and the National Institutes of Health (U24 RR029822) and is currently a community-supported incubator project under the DuraSpace umbrella.