Profiles Research Networking Software is a research networking and expertise mining
software tool. It not only shows traditional directory information, but also illustrates
how each person is connected to others in the broad research community.
As you navigate through the website, you will see three types of pages:
Profiles Research Networking Software includes several different ways to view networks,
including (from left to right) Concept Clouds, which highlight a person's areas
of research; Map Views, which show where a person's co-authors are located; Publication
Timelines, which graph the number of publications of different types by year; Radial
Network Views, which illustrate clusters of connectivity among related people; and
Concept Timelines, which depict how a person's research focus has changed over time.
Profiles Research Networking Software is a Semantic Web application, which means
its content can be read and understood by other computer programs. This enables
the data in profiles, such as addresses and publications, to be shared with other
institutions and appear on other websites. If you click the "Export RDF" link on
the left sidebar of a profile page, you can see what computer programs see when
visiting a profile. For technical information about how build a computer program
that can export data from Profiles Research Networking Software, view the
Sharing Data page.
UCSD Profiles is managed by the UC San Diego
Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute (ACTRI). This site is running Profiles RNS version v2.10.0-366-gcb42f798.
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