Using Neo4j for exploring the research graph connections made by RD-Switchboard

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Jingbo Wang (NCI) and Amir Aryani (ANDS) present the Neo4j queries that can help data managers to explore the connections between datasets, researchers, grants, and publications using the graph model and Research Data Switchboard. In addition, they discuss the recent paper on "Graph connections made by RD-Switchboard using NCI’s metadata", presented in the Reproducible Open Science workshop in Hannover earlier this month.
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you can think about it will see how many datasets the half year but has your other differently the answer 15
7 thousand records in our data with how the plot of the code you want now you can replace this and other properties that the sale of undersold grounds that action they have come answer 45 thousand grams
now the other example of the clue that had a especially from all European partners was a finding the data sets by the proof of some of you knew what basically the goal of this is you want a lecture find the basis of somebody with O Jornal from particle publisher so
this actually uses the syntax of call regular expression in there it no forger you put a cue that after break equals and then you put that that start at the end the which that moved everything after that is acceptable so the idea that included a lot of it actually he has up with the attendance and this will tend
records that those Michael's have you ought to be vigilant about the matter all I can just pick up most of the code for this on off that have them you why that matches my criteria now another example
here would be a hobby can find a highly connected data sets so that things are getting more and more complicated and I have good news I have wanted to what is complicated clues to the so here what we have
done this is a game of and to see all the data sets based on the number of connections that have what we have done that with a period of 1 minute dataset should assist this for and southern distilled the hands that datasets that have been lost all of connections so I say OK well even with a cue for the article in the title of thoughts on lot about toward is and I want you to actually the number of connections that has sort them by the number of those connections in the reverse order know that it goes into the system and comes back quickly so here we find all the data sets that we have by the number of connections that they actually linked to them so if you actually look at his particular knowledge you end up 757 nodes link to that but it but it's now
that this is a this is the mass of all queries and this is a scenario lecture notes on a given line these ones this is example of finding the means that was from the multiple degrees of separation the application of this gloomy someone elected by lot of wines thinking how many connections that we have to drive well we might have connections directly but it was always also have collections indirect the example of indirect connections would be I have a data set L a protein and the just 3 that is actually going by all their recalled would provide an orchid and that'll final could also have connections to dry up so this syntax for this would be something like Gates Knuth says I want to get all the conditions team 1 to treat so if founded the quality like
its and ought company is returned title and the key and only 25 after what it does is it actually returned to their long titles to this is from and and then we have the data said she found the dry not the last of a police
I found this 1 is interesting for a lot of people in in the publication of the domain when they are looking at the researchers what datasets or 2 different datasets under wondering on these to actually connect connected but you can do in a graph database you can search for something that all the shortest
pack up that is the example of their coping obtained from the browser is loaded that the modest factors and appear that should go back to so keep this 1 of the last we don't have this
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what this query has done it says OK I want of data from dry up is and island have a dataset from and spit is the life of final need the shortest but if things to and thus it looks like this status of these 2 datasets on me and using a research and publication now in this case you can actually replace the dataset researcher and sort of new you can resort began replace a dataset and with a grand final so that you want things now if you if you use the extended version of morphology with their research graph model you actually did this last half here which had opening and it has a
template for all of these queries so for example for the shortest path I here and few not the box automatic before we are not only need to actually fill up the cooler the deal was that only and we are actually extending this further so at the moment we have about 10 queries seen example and you planning to more will lose to this at template so that this is basically the
last slide for this we'll forge queries we want we will do is of 11 of the presentation will have a time to have a discussion about this question will be due on a then the next part of the talk is by a doctor jingle learned about in CI an ugly I did not actually introduce but bottle and there are other reminders actually looking at the data collection manager for a in CI in which is located in a new number up they have background is a this is actually the trick you want to try before that was envisioned by moved she she got here her PhD in their follows what seismologists by the son Sutherland usage is a it science and basically we have region of the molecule CI is collecting information across different different platforms by basically providing this and system for researchers and make the research environment more efficient not without introduction or I will have a lower this presentation through the will help everyone
I will use about 10 to 15 minutes to share my experience as a user of hockey Switchboard and we wanted I want to show their graph connection experiments and using our MCI metadata and this talk has also been presented 2 weeks ago mean the 1st reproduced science workshop in Hanover Germany it's got a positive feedback so for people of all who doesn't know much about and C I and C II is in short is on national computationally infrastructure so where the national level sentence physically located at the Australian National University campus from 2 thousand 13 we received a big chunk of money to store research data and the
MultiVision these some of the data are getting bigger and bigger to give this Gigabyte terrified even even much larger and in in especially in our domain such as the environment it is growing so fast I interviewed you PC or heart disease it cannot a rose large scale data and transferring data and share the data became a problem that's why we got this finding and still a large 1 of the aides no the storage to support 3 research data infrastructure at the moment we have more than 10 petabyte viruses up as you can see in this figure and our data including for wrong they spread east astronomy observation to satellite images and climate model a climate change research system onto the ground like geophysics exploration and even deeper might and your dynamic processing data ways the funding of
being 1 of the research data infrastructure we make use of the advantages to work on the data that we collected to make a seamless connection crossed different disciplines so as you can see
here we care about data formats because we want to make use of the HPC facility and we hear about provide open access to researchers and because of the large scale data is impossible for them to download it for their local machine and do the processing it's better to provide some kind of virtual environment for them to log and to 2 of the processing at our center because we have this so much
they are we need to modernize the catalog for people to know what did said available at the NCI so this is the 1 of the common questions researchers care about and their cattle we appeal to based on our rational relationship between researcher data grant and the paper for example if you see the 1st online it says researcher use data once supported by grants any generated paper 1 and 2 similarly for its of line we have 1 record however the obvious thing here is we can see the redundancy of researcher Beate appeared twice the 1 appeared twice grand be appeared twice is every every single nodes is in our database create up a lot of redundancy so the idea of adopting by switch bodies we use the idea identifier and we use the identifier of the same researchers like all kid we use the same identify all the data like dual I we use the same identifier like a pearl of a grant asexual now after we manage those and different nodes with the same identifier actually each entity of researcher data grants and paper and now connected is through of graph fickle relationship I think that's my understanding as a user how God Switchboard can help us to make the connection because with these graph view what I can't buy answered she question would for
example like what is the usage of MCI dataset that and he can be translated directly into ungodly Switchboard query that yeah just to show you how know but in a while ago how many datasets published at NCI about being referenced in the research journal articles and other questions such as What is the awareness of the available datasets with in the research community into contrast leads to a query questions that is how many researchers institutes are connected to the datasets and so on so that is that a question which is even more specific if I would like to know more about this dataset all should I contact call generate this data or use the data to publish the paper and what is the previous research has been done using this dataset und I believe this is on a very common question for researcher that when they start a new topic they would do this kind of research like myself doing a Google search 1st but you've we provide this kind of infrastructure it will make the researcher at the literature review much easier and now we used to use life
to explain exactly how we organize our catalog and then by adopting passage for the technically so we organize our cats can't in the hierarchy structure on the top of a node as you can see here it's an NCR network node which is only about a talk lecture level high-level summary of the data collection at the moment we have more than 2 100 and on the middle level you can see every single project has its own and she'll network catalog children's work is our metadata display interface but you can use other interface as well so it ends in the eye of for each individual project we might have thousands of other records fall in the file level of granular level it's not appropriate to have all this different granularity cataloged in this single goes note because we then at it's harder to separating them and it's harder to the by space by research domain for example so we use this structure as it provides flexibility for us to do more aggregation at a at a later stage you can check out of out of our main job network websites using this link so what I'm Switchboard do every single geometric has
its own dignity do database and we dump those databases into that i the Switchboard graph database and the connection has been made at here I don't show their exactly how it does but that's the magic where it happens in this box when the identifier was used it to merge the 2 French nodes so that's the connection has been made this screenshot is a common status that
using NCS metadata we find connections for example between the data sets the researchers errant Institute but in way I also notice that there are no are disconnected my follow up of processing by actually find out they are on the edge they are actually connected but in our metadata because it lack of some critical information so when I presented this database in a graph of all view it's disconnected it means that I have to concede correct a sum of all of the metadata information in our database so so far
as I explained that Switchboard help me out in device some missing critical metadata entries which by can provide I committed will complete sometimes there's is also help me identify the arrows in the catalog and by the he lived fix but without other Switchboard it's almost impossible because we have thousands hundreds some hundred and thousand records it's so hard to check manually but I switch but can tell me immediately to I switched photograph you will provide an analytical view of how research there has been used to so far this has been a very common question being in many times by our user because they care about who use their data and they hear about how to make the data even more public to make more connections to the external world and ideas was but it is an ideal to to make it happen it also can help me evaluate evaluate the the impact of the datasets researchers and in-situ Basedow on some that's more connections and need to get back into the has and it has up that of bigger impact if you like finally as you see in the example in the media as a demonstration is a research it doesn't have all Lockheed hate those clear wouldn't work so it's it's really good motivation or encouragement to forward researcher to have to register on can't for data manager and few men to do I for their dataset for data repositories provided President item you fire to increase the accessibility of the dataset so this is an one our experiences so far I would like to end up
my presentation by the you a real example that how I feel it is really helpful and from a data repository point of view and that is the basic question would be is that are connected to each other so we have a group from the Bureau of metrology and they down to the climate reanalysis data from U.S. because is too large and there are a number of people want to use that data so they are approved by NCI to store at NCI so that they can use it after a little while and by another group from cyro also climate research group they're downloading the clans reanalysis data from the same source but different politician different subset and anyone do some research however those 2 groups don't know each other but they both came to me I would like to find some storage at NCR to support their research and I suggest that since you shared a common interest why don't you talk to each other see if group pay are already download some data that could be can use and vise versa and then they start talking to each other after a few minds of that group which is also from the Bureau of metrology but a different branch and they are asking something very similar some question very very similar about using and sharing reanalysis data and I suggest this things means however as a human being as a communication hop it's very difficult and it's hard it's time consuming I can see the good chance for on the Switchboard now play my role as the communication higher to presenters those connections are automatically in the graph database so people can go there anytime 20 was there and check the connection of the dataset and start talking to each other without talking to myself is also reduced and it might also motivate a collaboration from different groups when they see the connections so that's my hope that that I Switchboard when NCR adopting and so we can offer those kind of services to our user so in summary that is what it is the greedy
to creatively linkage among researchers babies and and the publications the new photograph you is a very eye-catching and straightforward to complex interconnections with in the research community I also view this data management is a joint effort by the whole research community and the like librarian community and that's the end of my talk I will hand over to a Kuhnian as a prison fair clashing will think much on what will happen
after this wall after you're this living or we will have a ball of means usage of firms and there that would be 1 place that you can
find out some of the gene will be there as well and we also have not on your formula sheet should be we will talk about this technology furthering above and therefore some of you were interested to get that in you database that I was using for dinner affection quite a big file I can give you that 1 USB this so that's 1 way of getting that if they so that is a quick way in next week if you come to the research conferences you finally I can give you the fire there the if that doesn't happen said imaging 1 online actually putting that day-to-day on CI N platform as open access to positive so other people didn't downloaded but that is that is the publication it you're going to do little little of it so I don't like Thacker Holland was a fixed for that status at it should be that 1 also serve as regardless there the spies would be available online if you have any further questions about Ms. Newell Folger technology you can send me e-mail on this in an address
dating entire called football at switchboard and search graph database that structure all and get out so the leans on posits bear on the slide all I
can also bring in a screenshot from this so what will happen is the
1st thing you we probably would need to do if you want to create a graph database
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download there no for source Quillen called pilot that the easiest way would you we have a forge a repository
here that actually called so every plugging everything and being built the can just downloaded right so that would be a database legal you're asking what these on their scheme of repository here and
also there is a way that is a page and a way of explaining how does the long walks there are some crosswalks only positive
and you can look at my file you can get across what if you want to the import you know forgery
is fluctuation in another a harvesting point there so when you know the harvesting information it's with the Switchboard and the Switchboard data that is also unlimited GitHub repository under the suche what name have a multiple instances also here some of the positives here and a cold about as implicit making magic happens is in the influence repository now we have about 5 minutes that can actually allocated to questions and answers so
how 1 question from Christopher so the question is at what processing power is required for the queries of so the answer to this is that is very much a it depends on your 2 things action graph size is the obvious element and other 1 is your indexing of elements for the properties so in line in order to get everything then that obviously went to the left much quicker their dead the computation of but requires more storage they're in the in the trade off would be you can actually index less properties and then you will actually need tribal computation although allocated to that but the example that I shall inform actually my MacBook goal which has I buy 5 plus a so at this sitting in a graph database find a go to the in US offer plus followable presentation and also I it will forge of unwanted background so that is not expensive to love that thing which is expensive to run is an inference engine that's what it was high-performance computing and a lot of memory because it is a lot of that filesystem so you know in our case and as machine which I believe it is the will of the Iranian slides that was you have killed you to 36 costs and 6 in the weather Proc and that machine that's about at 72 hours to complete the pipeline but these if you have a machine so the rate of flow they're they're made of type is if you have a machine that half of the parlor it doesn't takes twice the time it actually make 8 times smaller so for the inference on their large graph databases you need a very probable machine or a set of emission of glass now this action opens a conversation about something that call this to be the blast I briefly mention that and that is why this graph project also now more adopting the idea of having a cluster of graphs running on different platforms and that is something that probably the few open beta conversation and other living well the technical so 1 question here this is for what this is what is the form-based search option plan other than the search queries see they yes the answer is yes so we are as a working on a a couple of different options for this 1 is at the institution repositories we on at the moment exploring the idea of having integration or life into the repositories that MySpace space that enables just stared they're called Plaphol the loss of planet and also deletions that bedside no walking on the idea of a providing as form-based search and I should tightly queries and get to the graph without actually loading of which OK so the question is these are any study at conquering that no for the graph and with other traditional news and the nuchal within compounds and here about so the question here is that is in this study above compelling in willful ejected biology and out of acknowledges that there are a lot of action studies underway and fractional forger compare the divisible with bring lots of other options so because that is where the company for their traditional databases like yesterday that is there are comparison willful gently did not explode later this is not long would you be and in comparison with e-mail forgery and a triple store in store X. studies so in this context as well there the first one is quite obvious there's no student and this is not you into this stream based search and they had not had the structure of the problem of those databases with this kind of scenario is a finding the chain of relationships is very very expensive process to do more SQL databases well we'll forge a is 1 of those surveyed are not comparing their different items in the same category that none of those options there is an honor for example singing up for that in this category of or you the the the mother mother called tight the needs and there's a couple of those in this group to matches social for finding if a performance differences is what it is that they're the main differences on performance the simplicity of the news and interoperability with other tools and platforms and the Semantic Web they're that the main difference between for J and a triple store is on the inference model I would say no for GEC it's far less capable of making a complex logic but at the same time it provides you with the simplicity of implementation and a performance inquiry so it's is much quicker to get the data file J. however there are different triple stores so different acknowledges and I remember in 2014 when we were doing the approach of for a 1st line is some cases that is a time there are experienced in their suggested that this is the cheapest or acknowledge requires more computation of but that might have been changing the last 2 years welcome OK so the question that means there is a compilation of empirical inference that the search quality short answer is yes it got for the last question in using their audiences with the agreement inserted alliance yeah well yes it's mother collaborative project of that was initially started by as violence sad and and other people joined so we had the infrastructure confusion that that data contribution we have coding contribution from the from partners X and overall we can say this is this is the implementation of what they're working will recover and that so the working group came up there the combination of different reactions had implemented that is which for look at the question of the modern research data the structure selection question was is is is which would be implemented in a system of Australia which I and Leslie that
so their answer to this 1 is that we use this 1st at the switchboard to being reached insisted Australia it's is 1 of the linking capabilities of hands has but at the moment we do not have the graph visualizer this is 1 of the items not pipeline L which there we already have this from planning to development cycle and in the future versions of the antecedent Australia we were looking how the graph visualizer that full light some of this information OK thank everyone there I mean up formulas for the time of the living on so I would like to thank the Avila for having you know not