A demo of the Open Research Knowledge Graph

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A demo of the Open Research Knowledge Graph
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in this video we are demonstrating the open research of knowledge graph or or kg a system to cure rate explore and contribute to scholarly communication though kg aims to change the way that we represents corralling of the information looking into this you I this is the main interface of the system it can be accessed via the link here the system is still in service stages so some there may be changed or delete without notice the main sections of the user interface are the research fields where you can see the scholarly contributions organized in a hierarchical structure under their respective research field for example if we need to find databases we need to go on the mathematics and then Computer
Sciences here we find that databases and information systems
moreover another view of the system would be to look into the recently added papers here we since we see the most recent papers added since the system is going to be used by technical and non-technical personnel the terminology used is generic to make it easy as possible for everyone to understand moreover no mention of the terms graph or knowledge base is being mentioned not to confuse users who were with technical details the user interface handles everything for the user and collect information in the representation that will be part of the graph later on now let's dive into how the system works so we select a paper
which is this paper that we are going to take as an example in we're going to enter it into the system so starting with the
was so we see here there's a wizard called add paper it takes a step by step
to add or information to the system that the 1st step would be the general so we need and a general paper information so we see
there's option to add it to the paper deal I you either that still digital object identifier so to the identify the paper so we can access take it from
here so in this example this is the due either to a eroding working with so
we put it here for we can fetch the metadata such title an author and publication date from a distance of services like cross trust we look up results we get the title the authors and the publication date moreover we can edit this manually so we see here after we click
manually we can actually have access and edit all that information so for example we can change the date from December to November this would be also helpful in the cases that publication or whatever scholarly information at the system doesn't really have a deal I yet or at all it can
be directly into it manually the next step
would be to select the field of study which in our case is information systems so we need to go under Physics and Physical Sciences and Mathematics then Computer Sciences and then we will be able to find for example databases our information systems then we move on to
the next step having this selection is helpful because the wizard once it has more data or more contribution to the system it will be
able to populate a certain set of commonly used predicates in this domain such as for example implementation or in evaluation in this case of could for example Computer Sciences so it will be helpful to the user to have a sort a subset or a set of some predicates to work with so here we see that the The title or basically what should we do assistance viruses contribution a contribution is the core concept off the system everything revolves around a contribution so a contribution has
a research problem so we could have will more than 1 resource problem so in our case the 1st contribution would be for
example a relation linking also in the future here there will be autocompletion so you will be able to link to existing relations in this system
moreover for their contribution data now we see that there is basically no values here so we start by adding a property the 1st priority we're going to work with us for example implementation because the system has an implementation so we select this from the list we see that though 2 1 lead all helps us with that now for the implementation we need to add a value now we see that we can select either on object or a literal literal basically is a value like a number or as a plain text and an object is an
object by itself that can be referred to and furthermore explained so in our case
we will refer to an object which is let's call this give hot please see that though to complete help helps us so we will call this get-up implementation now
we can actually navigate into their get-up
implementation and add more properties there so for example we can say that it uses a programming language we see that it was all to countries for this for us we can choose it now and all programming language we can actually add what is the program analyzes used so in this case it's Python now also Python is used here the nice thing that we can actually use
it here we go it's indicated that actually this is shared among multiple contributions so this means that by thin as a shared concept among multiple resources or contribution in the systems that's the benefit of free using concepts moreover we could say that this is also for example implemented in let's say Scotland also it's there in the system also for example we can add another property which is you are also is there in the system now we can add the URL of this implementation the URL itself would not be an object it will be a literal because it will be just text so we go here take the
implementation of this they paper and
added here so now we have a 2 year already
going back so we can also say that this contribution presents some sort of system which in this case it presented the system call this IBK be so we will say presented we see that presence is not really here so we need to create this new property the system allows us to do this but it will note for the user that often there exists the there there are existing properties that cover whatever you're trying to describe but in some cases that if there isn't you can create a new 1 he wreaking created and now it's in the system so you or other people can actually reuse the same property without the need to enter it again so here we will say for example it presented system called SIB KB it's an object by itself so actually other people can contribute to the SIB KB
and describe it more furthermore for example we can describe another contribution this
contribution would be Question Answering it's a totally it's a different contributions
so the same paper has so contributions each 1 day it's addressing different problem also for example for that of this contribution we can say that it uses so it uses a pattern of file or a pattern library called fatty also patties an object so it can be described
furthermore so now if we're
satisfied at how we described our contributions we can move on to the
next step and basically the paper has been added to the system now we can actually see it we can navigate it so we can for example go to the get-up implementation we see that there are 2 values for the products programming languages which are Kotlin Python cotler itself is a
for the resource which can which can have multiple properties in this case it doesn't we see here also in the breadcrumbs you can know where exactly you are in the hierarchy that you can go back for example to the gate have implementation also look up the you and it says this is the URL of the implementation
also the 2nd got the 2nd contribution has a different problem but the same the idea now if we go back to death
homepage we can actually see our Peiffer in the recently added section also if we navigate through the
mathematics computer sciences and then information system we can actually
see it there also and we investigate furthermore so this will allow us to contribute and add more information to it or allow other users to do the same other features with the system would be for example the ability to search the search is still now a bit generic overview you can basically search for everything so we can say why reinvent which is a part of and name of the resource so
we can see here no predicate found for the search query but there is a resource which is the paper which is called why reinvent the wheel
next steps of the systems orbit be would be or at the stuff that actually the system and the system that we are working on so for example we
see here there are some legal similar
contributions so the idea would be to get the most similar contributions to the system which will help in literature re review and the other aspects to get for example something of addressing the same problem or has a similar parameters predicates implementations approaches that it would be helpful to get what is similar in the literature also another feature would be to show a comparison
so we would have something like this where we could actually see what is the EU how well enough a slow a certain contribution which compared to other contributions if they have similar properties so we could have in this tabular format where you can actually look at and then at a glance get an overview of the state of the art or whatever contributions of papers you actually looking into you can try the framework again from the link that it is shown here again the system
is open source so please feel free to contribute to the system raise any issues so you can actually go to a GitLab dot com the organization is called the ID hung over you can go there there is a entire packet of proper projects called or kg which is the agentic general agenda of the project to the open research knowledge graph here we see the projects in there which are at the back and the front end and the newly developed this similarity and the comparison framework for all of this can be downloaded in new was that everything has
some documentation how to write and install it on your local system you can raise any issues you want please feel free to add issues or suggest new features also the project has a page
you can also visit and that add any opinions you have there