Springer Nature SciGraph is a scholarly linked data repository hosting more than one billion triples about publications, grants, conferences, organizations and many other objects that are linked to the publishing activities of Springer Nature. Alongside making this data available online under a diverse licensing scheme (CC0, CC-BY and CC-BY-NC) in order to increase its reuse within the scientific community, this work was aimed at providing Springer Nature with more opportunities to develop compelling user facing products based on these metadata.
Research products have evolved a lot in the last decade. Starting from metadata search, over keyword and fulltext search to more intelligent forms. Customers have always struggled with using the correct (from author's point of view) searchterms.
At Wolters Kluwer we want help and guide the users from their problem or question toward the right answer within the context of a document.
When approaching semantic content solutions, it’s often tempting to focus on technologies and platforms. This session looks at the interpersonal and business side of optimising content models and use of semantic structures inline (semantic XML) and centrally stored (ontology management).