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Sep 25 2020 - 11:14am
Today’s release of the CEDAR Workbench version 0.9.2 provides advanced capabilities for sharing resources, and the first in a series of planned intelligent authoring capabilities. Building on the group-based permissions provided by previous releases, CEDAR now provides a unified sharing view, allowing users to interactively explore all resources... Read More
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The 2016 Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) All Hands Meeting & Science Symposium will take place November 29 & 30 in Bethesda, Maryland. The All Hands Meeting will highlight research being conducted by BD2K sponsored programs and to build a cohesive network that maximizes synergies between participants. This meeting is open to grantees and NIH... Read More
With today's release of CEDAR Workbench version 0.8.6, all users have the ability to create and manage groups, and to use these groups to manage sharing (access permissions) for their products.  Users access this capability through the existing Share feature, available from the options menu icon  in the right side of the artifact's entry in the... Read More
CEDAR Team Leader Martin O'Connor will be at the 20th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW). Martin will present on CEDAR's most recent paper, "An Open Repository Model for Acquiring Knowledge about Scientific Experiments". View the conference paper here: Read More
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The National Institutes of Health recently awarded CEDAR a supplement to pursue collaborative metadata work with the Library of Network-Based Cellular Signatures (LINCS). The LINCS program aims to create a network-based understanding of biology by cataloging changes in gene expression and other cellular processes that occur when cells are exposed... Read More
The National Institutes of Health recently awarded CEDAR a supplement to collaborate with the NCBO BioPortal project. The National Center for Biomedical Ontology (NCBO) is one of the National Centers for Biomedical Computing funded under the NIH Roadmap Initiative. Contributing to the national computing infrastructure, NCBO has developed BioPortal... Read More
The CEDAR team will be represented at the AMIA 2016 conference in Chicago. Find Dr. Mark Musen, Dr. Purvesh Khatri, and Martin O'Connor and talk to them about CEDAR! The CEDAR Workbench software will be demonstrated Tuesday morning by Dr. Musen and Mr. O'Connor, drop by and have a look!  
The lively discussion between Dr. Mark Musen (Stanford), Dr. Stephan Schurer (U. Miami) and Dr. Janice Kranz (CDD) is now available. The panelists considered a future where computers perform experiments side-by-side with scientists. In that future, having FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) data is essential. The panelists... Read More
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The Center for Expanded Data Annotation and Retrieval plans to introduce an alpha version of the CEDAR Workbench by Thursday, September 15th! With this release, your projects can create metadata collection forms and access (via the API) any metadata that other users create with those forms. For more information about the capabilities of the CEDAR... Read More
A prototype CEDAR system and user interface, and an early look at data mining research and possible application, were demonstrated at the BD2K All-Hands meeting November 12 and 13.  The CEDAR team showed the prototype and example during the BD2K poster session, to interested visitors at the CEDAR poster. The prototype user interface demonstrate’s... Read More