A report that summarizes key results from the two workshops was compiled by the workshop organizers. Specifically, the report intends to:
- Capture knowledge management and visualization needs with specific examples for biomedical/ecological research and science of science research.
- Present major challenges and opportunities for the design of more effective tools and cyberinfrastructures in support of scholarly discovery, including a timeline of anticipated science and technology development that will impact tool development.
- Provide recommendations on how current lines of work in academia, government, and industry and promising avenues of research and development can be utilized to design more effective knowledge management, visualization tools and cyberinfrastructures that advance discovery and innovation in 21st century science.
Please cite as:
- Katy Börner, Luís M. A. Bettencourt, Mark Gerstein and Stephen M. Uzzo (Eds.) (2009) Knowledge Management and Visualization Tools in Support of Discovery. NSF Workshop Report, Indiana University, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Yale University, and New York Hall of Science.
High resolution version is here (30 MB).
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