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Monday, March 16 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
A Next Generation Platform for Open Data

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The Arabidopsis Information Portal (AIP) is a next-generation platform for data access, analytics, and tools for scientific discovery. AIP aims to be a model for the development of future open data portals.
Arabidopsis thaliana has been recognized as a model organism for plant research for many decades and was the first plant species to have a fully sequenced genome. Beyond just open access to curated datasets, AIP is a data federation through which the scientific community can share their datasets. AIP provides access to these disparate datasets via common interfaces. Furthermore, AIP is an application ecosystem, with sophisticated tools for data analysis, visualization, and discovery, as well as a platform for developing new tools and workflows that are enabled by this open data federation.

In this conversation we will share our experiences building AIP, and elaborate upon the challenges, successes, and discuss what the future holds for open data portals.

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avatar for Matthew Hanlon

Matthew Hanlon

Mgr, Web & Mobile Applications, Texas Advanced Computing Center
Hi, I'm Matt! I'm a software developer living in Austin. I mostly develop web applications for scientists to help them be more productive in their science. Whether it's data management, point-and-click access to computational resources, or the more mundane, I help to make sure scientists... Read More →
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Matthew Vaughn

Dir of Life Sciences Computing, Texas Advanced Computing Center
Matt Vaughn is a scientist at the University of Texas at Austin, where he oversees multiple projects to design, deploy, and drive usage of national-scale life science cyberinfrastructure. He is currently the Director of Life Sciences Computing (LSC) at the Texas Advanced Computing... Read More →


Monday March 16, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
JW Marriott Room 402-403 110 E 2nd St

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