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Sukaina Bharwani
Stockholm Environment Institute
Oxford, UK
Martin Kaltenböck
CFO, Semantic Web Company
Vienna, Austria
Th...
The Climate Tagger
Turning Data into Knowledge...
3
Image credit: lightwise / 123RF Stock Photo
Finding the right
information is
often difficultThe
Climate Tagger
Turning d...
4
Image credit: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1042408
Lots of data and
information silos
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
kn...
Based on our experience we know:
• Climate knowledge brokers worldwide use
different terminology in different languages to...
Lots of data and
information silos
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
6
www.climatetagger.net
#climatetagger
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
• 5 domain specific Thesauri
Overall Climate Tagger (4000 concepts)
Energy ...
Lots of data and
information silos
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
STEP 1:
Climate Tagger is
installed on
k...
Lots of data and
information silos
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
STEP 2:
Climate Tagger scans unstructure...
Added functionality via the enhanced Climate Tagger API
Geo-Tagging
Connecting content to
geographic locations
Enriching C...
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
Feature Overview
• Comprehensive Demos & Documentation
• API Key Management...
The
Climate Tagger
Turning data into
knowledge
Users & Funders
Funders include:
• Climate Development Knowledge Network (C...
HOW DOES
THIS WORK
Taking a look
under the hood
13
TECHNICAL
CORE
COMPONENTS
PoolParty
Semantic Suite
www.poolparty.biz
@PoolParty_Team
Bain Capital is a venture capital
com...
Semi-automatic
tagging
embedded in
content
workflows
Supervised
Learning
System
15
Entity
Extraction
based on
Knowledge
Graphs
16
How does it
work:
Architecture
PoolParty
Semantic Suite
www.poolparty.biz
@PoolParty_Team
17
How does it
work: out-of-
the-box
integrations
START NOW!
https://www.drupal.org/project/climate_tagger
https://wordpress....
WHAT DOES THIS
MEAN IN THE REAL
WORLD?
weADAPT:
a climate adaptation use case
19
weADAPT: a
global climate
adaptation
knowledge
platform
20
▸ Mass of information on climate adaptation and
fragmentation of knowledge (e.g. lack of connections
between work and netw...
Learn
Share
Connect
22
Relationships between
weADAPT Editors,
Knowledge Managers and
the users.
User generated high qualit...
Objectives
▸ Understanding the decision-making environment
▸ Exploring the use of climate science in decision-
making
▸ Bu...
700+ geo-ref adaptation
case studies
500+ organizations
& 2500+ members
1000+ articles
20 themes & networks
Semantic data ...
Articles
Case studies
Themes
Networks
Projects
Discussion
forums
Comments
25
Themes
26
Case studies
27
Articles
28
Building
capacity for
uptake of
climate
information
29
How do we
address
information
overload using
the Climate
Tagger?
30
Meta analysis
of knowledge
base
▸ Visualization of information to tell a
story
▸ Better communication e.g. using
infograph...
Going “beyond
knowledge
sharing”
- adding new
value
Systematic analysis of tags,
trends, commonalities and gaps
32
Mapping “who
is working on
what”
33
Mapping “who
is working on
what”
34
Next steps:
Development
of gaps in
Climate
Tagger
E.g. Creating harmonised language in the
areas of disaster risk reductio...
Q & A
www.climatetagger.net
#climatetagger
PoolParty
Semantic Suite
www.poolparty.biz
@PoolParty_Team
Thank you!
Your ques...
CONNECT
Martin Kaltenböck
CFO, Semantic Web Company
▸ m.kaltenboeck@semantic-web.at
▸ https://www.linkedin.com/in/martinka...
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  1. 1. Sukaina Bharwani Stockholm Environment Institute Oxford, UK Martin Kaltenböck CFO, Semantic Web Company Vienna, Austria The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge Taxonomy Boot Camp London 19 October 2016 www.climatetagger.net #climatetagger @kalte2707 1
  2. 2. The Climate Tagger Turning Data into Knowledge...
  3. 3. 3 Image credit: lightwise / 123RF Stock Photo Finding the right information is often difficultThe Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge
  4. 4. 4 Image credit: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1042408 Lots of data and information silos The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge
  5. 5. Based on our experience we know: • Climate knowledge brokers worldwide use different terminology in different languages to describe the same things ➔ connection and understanding is lost • Need to increase consistency and connections to see the full picture • The answer is standardized tagging CONSISTENCY IN TERMINOLOGY IS KEY The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge 5
  6. 6. Lots of data and information silos The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge 6 www.climatetagger.net #climatetagger
  7. 7. The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge • 5 domain specific Thesauri Overall Climate Tagger (4000 concepts) Energy Efficiency (750 concepts) Renewable Energy (2089 concepts) Climate Change – Adaptation (116) Climate Change – Mitigation (473) • Developed with more than 30 experts • In 5 languages: EN, DE, ES, PT, FR • Available as Linked Open Data (LOD) • Linked to existing other Thesauri (e.g. GEMET, AgroVoc, GBPN, …) • Providing rich: definitions, synonyms, … 7
  8. 8. Lots of data and information silos The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge STEP 1: Climate Tagger is installed on knowledge platforms 8
  9. 9. Lots of data and information silos The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge STEP 2: Climate Tagger scans unstructured information and identifies relevant terms and concepts … 9
  10. 10. Added functionality via the enhanced Climate Tagger API Geo-Tagging Connecting content to geographic locations Enriching Content Automatically adding related information (such as definitions) to content Content Pool Connecting data and information related documents from other Climate Tagger users. The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge 10
  11. 11. The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge Feature Overview • Comprehensive Demos & Documentation • API Key Management (organisations, users, roles, projects) • Rich API method set • Extract (from text) • Extract from file • Content Pool Push (private | public) • Similar Documents • Recommended Documents • API Request Builder to ensure easy API use (source, region, topic) • Statistics: activitiy, extractions, trendy concepts, recommendations,… • Climate Tagger Integrations out-of-the-box • Drupal CMS • WordPress • CKAN 11
  12. 12. The Climate Tagger Turning data into knowledge Users & Funders Funders include: • Climate Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) / DFID UK • Federal Government of Germany (BMU) • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) • Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) of UNEP More than 60 organisations using the Thesaurus & Climate Tagger including: • NREL – OpenEI, SEI Oxford – weADAPT, IDS – ELDIS • CTCN, GGKP, REN21, C2E2 • Energypedia, European Copper Institute (Leonardo Energy), Practical Action • IRENA – International Renewable Energy Agency Projects in development / negotiatons with: • WIPO Green, GIZ ,Clean Energy Solution Center, … 12
  13. 13. HOW DOES THIS WORK Taking a look under the hood 13
  14. 14. TECHNICAL CORE COMPONENTS PoolParty Semantic Suite www.poolparty.biz @PoolParty_Team Bain Capital is a venture capital company based in Boston, MA. Since inception it has invested in hundreds of companies including AMC Entertainment, Brookstone, and Burger King. The company was co-founded by Mitt Romney. Taxonomy & Ontology Server Entity Extraction & Text Mining 14
  15. 15. Semi-automatic tagging embedded in content workflows Supervised Learning System 15
  16. 16. Entity Extraction based on Knowledge Graphs 16
  17. 17. How does it work: Architecture PoolParty Semantic Suite www.poolparty.biz @PoolParty_Team 17
  18. 18. How does it work: out-of- the-box integrations START NOW! https://www.drupal.org/project/climate_tagger https://wordpress.org/plugins/climate-tagger/ http://extensions.ckan.org/extension/climate-tagger/ 18 https://www.climatetagger.net
  19. 19. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN IN THE REAL WORLD? weADAPT: a climate adaptation use case 19
  20. 20. weADAPT: a global climate adaptation knowledge platform 20
  21. 21. ▸ Mass of information on climate adaptation and fragmentation of knowledge (e.g. lack of connections between work and networks). ▸ Lack of “actionable learning”. There is replication of work, redundancy and a lack of learning from the thousands of projects around the world. ▸ Very little systematic analysis of trends, commonalities and divergences. ▸ Need to create a better balance between the specificity of place based research and generalizable recommendations 21 The problem
  22. 22. Learn Share Connect 22 Relationships between weADAPT Editors, Knowledge Managers and the users. User generated high quality content. Free, open access weADAPT links and integrates knowledge in intelligent ways, using semantic tagging
  23. 23. Objectives ▸ Understanding the decision-making environment ▸ Exploring the use of climate science in decision- making ▸ Building capacity for climate science uptake ▸ Monitoring, learning and reflection 23
  24. 24. 700+ geo-ref adaptation case studies 500+ organizations & 2500+ members 1000+ articles 20 themes & networks Semantic data and intelligent linking Quality assurance Commentary & learning forums
  25. 25. Articles Case studies Themes Networks Projects Discussion forums Comments 25
  26. 26. Themes 26
  27. 27. Case studies 27
  28. 28. Articles 28
  29. 29. Building capacity for uptake of climate information 29
  30. 30. How do we address information overload using the Climate Tagger? 30
  31. 31. Meta analysis of knowledge base ▸ Visualization of information to tell a story ▸ Better communication e.g. using infographics ▸ Further collaborations building on the different strengths of different platforms and adaptation champions ▸ Mapping themes and their contributors ▸ Barrier/enablers to adaptation 31
  32. 32. Going “beyond knowledge sharing” - adding new value Systematic analysis of tags, trends, commonalities and gaps 32
  33. 33. Mapping “who is working on what” 33
  34. 34. Mapping “who is working on what” 34
  35. 35. Next steps: Development of gaps in Climate Tagger E.g. Creating harmonised language in the areas of disaster risk reduction, climate science and climate services. 35
  36. 36. Q & A www.climatetagger.net #climatetagger PoolParty Semantic Suite www.poolparty.biz @PoolParty_Team Thank you! Your questions please... 36 Sukaina Bharwani Stockholm Environment Institute Oxford, UK Martin Kaltenböck CFO, Semantic Web Company Vienna,Austria
  37. 37. CONNECT Martin Kaltenböck CFO, Semantic Web Company ▸ m.kaltenboeck@semantic-web.at ▸ https://www.linkedin.com/in/martinkaltenboeck ▸ https://twitter.com/semwebcompany ▸ https://blog.semantic-web.at/ Get your free PoolParty DEMO now http://www.poolparty.biz/test-demo/ Use Climate Tagger now http://www.climatetagger.net/ 37 © Semantic Web Company - http://www.semantic-web.at/ and http://www.poolparty.biz/

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