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Re: #project #communication #project #communication

Agneta
 

Hi everyone

I have uploaded a .md document with a short summary of the  BONSAMURAIS repositories here . This document can be found in the repository named bonsai (which is pinned as the main repository under BONSAMURAIS).
I hope this is useful as a starting point to navigate through the different repositories and the work of different groups. Please feel free to write to me if you think additional information should be added.

Regards

Agneta


Re: #project #communication #project #communication

Bo Weidema
 

Thanks for taking the initiative.

I can attend remotely until 12:30 both days.

Re. Issue 1 The USE table in Exiobase contains info on country of origin of the flow object (only Activity type and agent have location). This has not been incorporated in the core ontology" I have added this comment: "The current ontology already allows a flow to be bont:outputOf one activity and bont:inputOf another activity. But for the SUT, the product flow origin is redundant information that should be ignored. In a true SUT, the flows enter and leave an activity but do not yet have information on their origin and destination. This information is added when linking the different activities into a Direct Requirements Matrix. The EXIOBASE SUT is overspecified in this sense that it already has interpreted the information in the trade statistics in a specific (attributional) way. This error should not be imported into the BONSAI implementation, which should leave the user free to link SUT activities with different linking algorithms (including one that we may decide on being the preferred consensus one for "official" BONSAI footprints)."

Bo

Den 2019-10-14 kl. 23.16 skrev michele.derosa@...:

Dear all,

the Denmark-based Bonsamurais have thought to arrange a 2 days in-person workshop to follow-up on some of the open issues left after the hackathon.
The idea is to refresh our memories and hopefully to deliver some useful work in preparation for the next hackathon.

We have identified the following two days as a good fit for the 5 of us in Denmark (Agneta, MASsimo, MATteo, MIChele, MIGuel):

Friday 25 October            - 9:30 to 16:00
Saturday 26th October   - 9:00 to 15:30
 
We will be working from Aalborg, probably on some of the open issues of the BONSAI-ontology-RDF-framework or of the Correspondence-tables but we will be happy if anybody wants to join us remotely, even for a few hours. Please get in contact with me privately and we will figure out how to connect you remotely.   

Here are some suggestions on topics we might work on:

1) Conversion of remaining data in Exiobase to RDF. For example, currently only the USE and SUPPLY tables have been converted based on the BONSAI core ontology. We still need to convert the extended tables in exiobase (that contain data on emissions etc) to RDF.
 
For example, discussion are needed to make the conversion in the following cases:
    - Issue 1 The USE table in Exiobase contains info on country of origin of the flow object (only Activity type and agent have location). This has not been incorporated in the core ontology. This needs discussion
    - Issue 2 Certain flow objects and activity type instances present in the extended tables have not been defined. 
 
2)  Establish and document RDF vocabulary for correspondence tables: Currently it is still not clear which correspondence predicates are to be used and why. This is for open discussion on pros and cons of the various predicates available for correspondence from well established ontologies such as OWL and SKOS.
 
3) How to use Exiobase data in RDF format: the mojo repository was developed to convert raw rdf data into a computation structure (A matrix). The beebee repository was created to ensure the use of this data on open software such as brightway. However, the information and code in both repositories are not sufficient yet. This could be worked on.

4) I
mprove documentation which is currently very scattered (already ongoing work)
 
Further suggestions and discussions are welcome. 
 
Agneta and Michele
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#project #communication #project #communication

Michele De Rosa
 

Dear all,

the Denmark-based Bonsamurais have thought to arrange a 2 days in-person workshop to follow-up on some of the open issues left after the hackathon.
The idea is to refresh our memories and hopefully to deliver some useful work in preparation for the next hackathon.

We have identified the following two days as a good fit for the 5 of us in Denmark (Agneta, MASsimo, MATteo, MIChele, MIGuel):

Friday 25 October            - 9:30 to 16:00
Saturday 26th October   - 9:00 to 15:30
 
We will be working from Aalborg, probably on some of the open issues of the BONSAI-ontology-RDF-framework or of the Correspondence-tables but we will be happy if anybody wants to join us remotely, even for a few hours. Please get in contact with me privately and we will figure out how to connect you remotely.   

Here are some suggestions on topics we might work on:

1) Conversion of remaining data in Exiobase to RDF. For example, currently only the USE and SUPPLY tables have been converted based on the BONSAI core ontology. We still need to convert the extended tables in exiobase (that contain data on emissions etc) to RDF.
 
For example, discussion are needed to make the conversion in the following cases:
    - Issue 1 The USE table in Exiobase contains info on country of origin of the flow object (only Activity type and agent have location). This has not been incorporated in the core ontology. This needs discussion
    - Issue 2 Certain flow objects and activity type instances present in the extended tables have not been defined. 
 
2)  Establish and document RDF vocabulary for correspondence tables: Currently it is still not clear which correspondence predicates are to be used and why. This is for open discussion on pros and cons of the various predicates available for correspondence from well established ontologies such as OWL and SKOS.
 
3) How to use Exiobase data in RDF format: the mojo repository was developed to convert raw rdf data into a computation structure (A matrix). The beebee repository was created to ensure the use of this data on open software such as brightway. However, the information and code in both repositories are not sufficient yet. This could be worked on.

4) I
mprove documentation which is currently very scattered (already ongoing work)
 
Further suggestions and discussions are welcome. 
 
Agneta and Michele


Re: SDG follow upSETAC UNOPS

LCA LCT
 

For the first time, sustainable development, broadly defined and all-encompassing, has been enshrined in international policy discussions and quickly adopted by national governments, NGOs and the global business community. The 17 SDGs are comprehensive and cover energy and climate; water, food and ecosystems; health and poverty; and jobs and innovation. The SDGs represent a major step forward towards linking human activity to economic, social or environmental consequences.

The SDGs introduce the added benefit of encouraging the partnership of governments, private sector, civil society and citizens alike to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations. Governments throughout the world have declared the 17 SDGs and the 169 targets to be integrated and essential for future prosperity. The business community is reflecting on the relationships between the SDGs and sustainable corporate practices. The scientific community plays a critical role through research and experimentation to fill knowledge gaps in critical areas that elucidate the consequences of human activities.

The SDGs are guide-posts for society as it attempts to respond to an array of pressing environmental challenges. Five years into the initiative, the editors felt it was a good time to explore where the research is and what is still needed to support these goals.

During the editorial meeting at the SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting in Helsinki, Finland, attendees identified the following goals as most pertinent to IEAM:

  • Goal 2: Promote sustainable agriculture.
  • Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
  • Goal 11: Incorporate nature into the human built environment to support urban ecosystem services.
  • Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
  • Goal 13: Implement strategies and actions to respond to climate change and its impacts.
  • Goal 14: Conserve and use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.
  • Goal 15: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt or reverse land degradation, and halt biodiversity loss.

We are seeking experts to submit full-length articles or write perspectives on their work pertaining to an SDG goal. Perspectives are short articles, 2–3 pages long, that:

  • Frame SDG goal relevant to the author’s region or research.
  • State the problem that the research is seeking to address and why it is important.
  • Propose a solution or explain the work still needed that will lead towards a solution.
  • Report any findings and the status.
  • Call for next steps or seek collaborations.

We encourage potential authors to read our revised aims and scope, familiarize themselves with the author guidelinescontact us with any questions and submit their work!

Authors’ contact information: rjwenning@...and jen.lynch@...



On Jul 9, 2019, at 21:04, LCA LCT <lca4all@...> wrote:

1) Congratulations Good Work on the is the server exoiobase at http://db.bonsai.uno/ now up an running ? We are having trouble logging in for the PEF sensitivity analysis EF2

2) The theme of next years SETAC is Open Science for Enhanced Global Environmental Protection perhaps it would be possible to display 
a case at that time ?

Please join us for the SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting, which will be held from 3–7 May 2020 in Dublin, Ireland. SETAC Dublin offers a valuable professional development experience by allowing you to share your knowledge, enthusiasm and research discoveries with thousands of scientists from around the world. 

Session submission is now open. Submit your session proposal by 15 August
PROPOSE A SESSION
We invite you to review this year’s meeting theme and tracks. In addition to the traditional poster and platform sessions, we encourage you to think outside the box, enhance trans-disciplinary collaboration and highlight the central conference theme "Open Science for Enhanced Global Environmental Protection."

Whatever your preference for promoting your work, we hope you will consider submitting a session proposal by 15 August

Propose a Training Course

Each year at the annual meeting, SETAC aims to offer training courses to members and guests. Therefore we are searching for volunteers, willing to devote their time and knowledge to teach      cutting-edge and general scientific topics but also non-scientific courses.

Teaching a training course provides an excellent opportunity for getting to know people working in the same field of interest and thus forming networks. If you are interested in volunteering your time and expertise, please have a look on the website and submit a training course proposal by 31 October!

For more information about the meeting, visit dublin.setac.org or contact SETAC Europe.
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Case at hand 
In a previous line work for OASIS on reasoning by ontologies (using ontologies  for niem and some companies in transport we did an ONION approach for  concistencies (NLP )Working on units 
Ontology of (basic) Units  /Ontology of Unit (vector and vendor independent ) 

A case at hand which could bring this work more focused and task oriented is the following as a follow up on the PEF sensitivity analysis 

A systematic approach for mapping and matching SP2SDG  using a business centric point of departure

A) Sustainable Procurement to the 
B) Sustainable Development Goal Targets, 232

and 

C) case study reports of real life case studies that validate and express those linkages (using selection criteria direct or indirect by proxies ) 
which SDGs we leave up to you but we are currently working on long term SDG14 and short term SDG6 but are open for other suggestions 
<140417-Goals-and-Targets1.pdf>
<Definitive-Guide-Graph-Databases-for-RDBMS-Developer.pdf>


Bon Samurai 




On Jun 7, 2019, at 18:01, Matteo Lissandrini (AAU) <matteo@...> wrote:

Hi all,

I'm back from ESWC'19 in Portorož, Slovenia.
The conference is a well known venue for Semantic Web researchers and practitioners.

I've presented our work with the poster and we were lucky enough to win the best poster award:
https://2019.eswc-conferences.org/awards/

In general I've talked to other people that worked in building ontologies and we all shared the struggle in finding the right vocabulary, and how to better reuse the existing ones and the standards.
I've added a couple of interesting pointers as issues on github.

For validation of user-submitted data, WikiData recently  started adopting Shape Expressions
http://shex.io/

For statistical data other groups suggested looking into the "statistical ontology"
http://stato-ontology.org/
this one probably could represent the data that has uncertainty attached to it.

A tool for visualization and editing of ontologies:
http://owlgred.lumii.lv/

Among the people passing by asking for questions a person from Daimler expressed some interest, while a researcher from the German Aerospace Center was interested in understanding the Bonsai use case in relation to a W3C working group in which they are participating.

We also got general approval from some design choices, among which the Ontology of Unit of measures we picked.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Matteo


Re: International emissions inventory conference

Massimo Pizzol
 

Dear Chris

 

Any follow up on this, did you receive useful feedback? Thanks
Massimo

 

From: <main@bonsai.groups.io> on behalf of "Chris Mutel via Groups.Io" <cmutel@...>
Reply-To: "main@bonsai.groups.io" <main@bonsai.groups.io>
Date: Wednesday, 31 July 2019 at 14.33
To: "main@bonsai.groups.io" <main@bonsai.groups.io>
Subject: [bonsai] International emissions inventory conference

 

Dear fellow Bonsamurais-

Just a quick note to let you know that I am currently at the
International Emissions Inventory conference (agenda here) hosted by the US EPA. I will be presenting BONSAI, and talking about our idea of using independent data to validate and quantify uncertainty for our global and regional emission and production values. This is the real deal, people who know the details about measurements and models (e.g. in 30 minutes I will be at a talk on how to combine models, surrogate data, on-site measurements, and airborne observations to estimate total CH4 emissions for oil and gas production in the US), so let me know if you have any specific talks or questions.

-Chris


International emissions inventory conference

 

Dear fellow Bonsamurais-

Just a quick note to let you know that I am currently at the International Emissions Inventory conference (agenda here) hosted by the US EPA. I will be presenting BONSAI, and talking about our idea of using independent data to validate and quantify uncertainty for our global and regional emission and production values. This is the real deal, people who know the details about measurements and models (e.g. in 30 minutes I will be at a talk on how to combine models, surrogate data, on-site measurements, and airborne observations to estimate total CH4 emissions for oil and gas production in the US), so let me know if you have any specific talks or questions.

-Chris


opemod Aarhus

Miguel Fernández Astudillo
 

Dear all

 

A couple of months ago I went to the openmod workshop in Aarhus. One of the “do-a-thons” was a discussion about the ontology of scenarios. They are trying to find common ways to express scenarios resulting from different models so that they can be reused and compared. We discussed a bit about Bonsai, and they are of course interested. I think they have given a lot of thought to the concept of scenarios and I see them as interesting potential collaborators.

 

The talk was animated by Martin Glauer

 

(https://github.com/OpenEnergyPlatform/ontology )

 

https://openenergy-platform.org/

 

best,

 

Miguel

 


Re: Collaboration with TRASE project

Elias Sebastian Azzi
 

Hello,
Very interesting material. There are also some businesses working in the field of transparent supply chains (e.g. https://www.sourcemap.com/ ; never met them, just came across).
mvh
Elias

-----Original Message-----
From: main@bonsai.groups.io <main@bonsai.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chris Mutel
Sent: den 2 juli 2019 14:04
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Subject: [bonsai] Collaboration with TRASE project

Dear all-

I just had a productive conversation with Javier Godar and Michael Lathuillière from the TRASE project (https://trase.earth/). They are doing some really nice work (and already have some nice results!) in parallel with BONSAI, and have similar perspectives on open data and the value of open science. For example, they combine tax records, customs data, real-time ship monitoring (via satellite transponders), agricultural extension service municipal-level data, and other non-traditional data sources to get detailed footprints of agricultural commodity exports from several countries (see https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=TIvEczoAAAAJ&sortby=pubdate).
They also have existing collaborations with partners many of us would know about. They are also testing a switch from a relational DB to a graph-based DB.

The next steps would be:

- Invite someone(s) from TRASE to come to the next hackathon
- Include TRASE in future grant proposals
- I will have another call with them in the fall, and will invite BONSAIers to participate

-Chris

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Technology Assessment Group, LEA
Paul Scherrer Institut
OHSA D22
5232 Villigen PSI
Switzerland
http://chris.mutel.org
Telefon: +41 56 310 5787
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Collaboration with TRASE project

 

Dear all-

I just had a productive conversation with Javier Godar and Michael
Lathuillière from the TRASE project (https://trase.earth/). They are
doing some really nice work (and already have some nice results!) in
parallel with BONSAI, and have similar perspectives on open data and
the value of open science. For example, they combine tax records,
customs data, real-time ship monitoring (via satellite transponders),
agricultural extension service municipal-level data, and other
non-traditional data sources to get detailed footprints of
agricultural commodity exports from several countries (see
https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=TIvEczoAAAAJ&sortby=pubdate).
They also have existing collaborations with partners many of us would
know about. They are also testing a switch from a relational DB to a
graph-based DB.

The next steps would be:

- Invite someone(s) from TRASE to come to the next hackathon
- Include TRASE in future grant proposals
- I will have another call with them in the fall, and will invite
BONSAIers to participate

-Chris

--
############################
Chris Mutel
Technology Assessment Group, LEA
Paul Scherrer Institut
OHSA D22
5232 Villigen PSI
Switzerland
http://chris.mutel.org
Telefon: +41 56 310 5787
############################


Re: ESWC 2019 Trip Report

Bo Weidema
 

Congratulations with the poster award, and thanks for the report. Much appreciated!

Bo

Den 2019-06-07 kl. 18.01 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):

Hi all,

I'm back from ESWC'19 in Portorož, Slovenia.
The conference is a well known venue for Semantic Web researchers and practitioners.

I've presented our work with the poster and we were lucky enough to win the best poster award:
https://2019.eswc-conferences.org/awards/

In general I've talked to other people that worked in building ontologies and we all shared the struggle in finding the right vocabulary, and how to better reuse the existing ones and the standards.
I've added a couple of interesting pointers as issues on github.

For validation of user-submitted data, WikiData recently  started adopting Shape Expressions
http://shex.io/

For statistical data other groups suggested looking into the "statistical ontology"
http://stato-ontology.org/
this one probably could represent the data that has uncertainty attached to it.

A tool for visualization and editing of ontologies:
http://owlgred.lumii.lv/

Among the people passing by asking for questions a person from Daimler expressed some interest, while a researcher from the German Aerospace Center was interested in understanding the Bonsai use case in relation to a W3C working group in which they are participating.

We also got general approval from some design choices, among which the Ontology of Unit of measures we picked.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Matteo

--


ESWC 2019 Trip Report

Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)
 

Hi all,

I'm back from ESWC'19 in Portorož, Slovenia.
The conference is a well known venue for Semantic Web researchers and practitioners.

I've presented our work with the poster and we were lucky enough to win the best poster award:
https://2019.eswc-conferences.org/awards/

In general I've talked to other people that worked in building ontologies and we all shared the struggle in finding the right vocabulary, and how to better reuse the existing ones and the standards.
I've added a couple of interesting pointers as issues on github.

For validation of user-submitted data, WikiData recently  started adopting Shape Expressions
http://shex.io/

For statistical data other groups suggested looking into the "statistical ontology"
http://stato-ontology.org/
this one probably could represent the data that has uncertainty attached to it.

A tool for visualization and editing of ontologies:
http://owlgred.lumii.lv/

Among the people passing by asking for questions a person from Daimler expressed some interest, while a researcher from the German Aerospace Center was interested in understanding the Bonsai use case in relation to a W3C working group in which they are participating.

We also got general approval from some design choices, among which the Ontology of Unit of measures we picked.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,
Matteo


Re: db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

tomas Navarrete
 

I purged the volumes from docker in the db.bonsai.uno server, and since there was no container using it, the volume created for the fuseki image was removed.
This gave the Virtual Machine 74 GB of space back !

This makes me think that maybe, uploading 2-3GB of data requires a lot more than the the 2-3GB.

"Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)" ---05/31/2019 07:55:18 PM---Hi all, I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and

From: "Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)" <matteo@...>
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Date: 05/31/2019 07:55 PM
Subject: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues
Sent by: main@bonsai.groups.io





Hi all,
I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
I'm not sure how/why this happened.

Who is managing the server, what can we do?

Thanks,
Matteo



Re: db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

tomas Navarrete
 

I checked, and there are about 70 GB of data in the docker volume of jena, for the bonsai database.
(and since the machine ran out of space, nothing much works)


"Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)" ---06/04/2019 02:54:54 PM---Thanks all. I think I will move to the AAU one,

From: "Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)" <matteo@...>
To: "main@bonsai.groups.io" <main@bonsai.groups.io>
Date: 06/04/2019 02:54 PM
Subject: Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues
Sent by: main@bonsai.groups.io





Thanks all.

I think I will move to the AAU one,
I will try to contact Søren

Thanks,
Matteo



From: main@bonsai.groups.io [main@bonsai.groups.io] on behalf of tomas Navarrete via Groups.Io [tomas.navarrete@...]
Sent:
 Tuesday, June 04, 2019 2:45 PM
To:
 main@bonsai.groups.io
Subject:
 Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

HI,

Matteo means the test server we rented (from DigitalOcean)


I'll see what I can do.


cheers,


"Bo Weidema" ---05/31/2019 09:55:14 PM---Hi, Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.

From:
"Bo Weidema" <bo.weidema@...>
To:
main@bonsai.groups.io
Date:
05/31/2019 09:55 PM
Subject:
Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues
Sent by:
main@bonsai.groups.io





Hi,

Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.uno domain should only be used for the namespace info.

Best regards

Bo

Den 2019-05-31 kl. 19.55 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):

Hi all,
I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
I'm not sure how/why this happened.

Who is managing the server, what can we do?

Thanks,
Matteo

--




Re: db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)
 

Thanks all.

I think I will move to the AAU one,
I will try to contact Søren

Thanks,
Matteo


From: main@bonsai.groups.io [main@bonsai.groups.io] on behalf of tomas Navarrete via Groups.Io [tomas.navarrete@...]
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2019 2:45 PM
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Subject: Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

HI,

Matteo means the test server we rented (from DigitalOcean)

I'll see what I can do.

cheers,

"Bo Weidema" ---05/31/2019 09:55:14 PM---Hi, Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.

From: "Bo Weidema" <bo.weidema@...>
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Date: 05/31/2019 09:55 PM
Subject: Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues
Sent by: main@bonsai.groups.io





Hi,

Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.uno domain should only be used for the namespace info.

Best regards

Bo

Den 2019-05-31 kl. 19.55 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):

    Hi all,
    I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
    I'm not sure how/why this happened.

    Who is managing the server, what can we do?

    Thanks,
    Matteo
--



Re: db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

tomas Navarrete
 

HI,

Matteo means the test server we rented (from DigitalOcean)

I'll see what I can do.

cheers,

"Bo Weidema" ---05/31/2019 09:55:14 PM---Hi, Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.

From: "Bo Weidema" <bo.weidema@...>
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Date: 05/31/2019 09:55 PM
Subject: Re: [bonsai] db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues
Sent by: main@bonsai.groups.io





Hi,

Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.uno domain should only be used for the namespace info.

Best regards

Bo

Den 2019-05-31 kl. 19.55 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):

    Hi all,
    I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
    I'm not sure how/why this happened.

    Who is managing the server, what can we do?

    Thanks,
    Matteo
--



Re: db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

Bo Weidema
 

Hi,

Are you using the AAU server with Fuseki? There should be 500 GB as far as I recall. The bonsai.uno domain should only be used for the namespace info.

Best regards

Bo

Den 2019-05-31 kl. 19.55 skrev Matteo Lissandrini (AAU):

Hi all,
I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
I'm not sure how/why this happened.

Who is managing the server, what can we do?

Thanks,
Matteo
--


db.bonsai.uno FULL! #infrastructure #issues

Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)
 

Hi all,
I was not considering disk space... it appears that the disk on db.bonsai.uno  is full (and I've inserted only 2-3gb worth of data, another 10GB are waiting).
I'm not sure how/why this happened.

Who is managing the server, what can we do?

Thanks,
Matteo


Re: [hackathon] follow up meeting 5th May 2019 #meetingminutes #knowledgemanagement #issues

Matteo Lissandrini (AAU)
 

Hi all,
I've commited code for the exiobase conversion and started the conversion (it generates 2.2GB of csv data, so it will take some time, do not try it on the HUSE file on your laptop unless you need to heat your room - also you'll need a lot of RAM)

I've also found some issues with the output of the arborist code. I've submitted a pull request.

If all goes well tomorrow I'll upload to the <http://db.bonsai.uno/> the Exiobase flow and activity instance data.
Please let me know if you have any comment/feedback.

Thanks,
Matteo








From: main@bonsai.groups.io [main@bonsai.groups.io] on behalf of Agneta via Groups.Io [agneta.20@...]
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2019 12:08 PM
To: main@bonsai.groups.io
Subject: [bonsai] [hackathon] follow up meeting 5th May 2019 #meetingminutes #knowledgemanagement #issues

Hi everyone

We had a short catch up meeting this morning, where we followed up with the working groups. We identified a few issues that need support, and the need for some deadlines to help in the progress of the project. Here's a short summary:

Need support:
--> RDF conversion of EXIOBASE data and Bentso data
     -- How do we re name product (e.g. electricity) coming from market ?
--> Correspondence tables – how to aggregate / disaggregate (e.g emission groups (e.g. HFCs) to emissions (e.g. HFC-134a, HFC-23...) as different emissions have different characterization factors.


Suggestions:
--> Please update github repos we are individually involved in
      -- Add issues where we are stuck (e.g. need info or support from other repos to progress)
      --Add labels to identify relevance of issue to reach nearest goals.

Project deadlines (f
ocus on closest milestones):

  • 21st June: Paper submission to Semantic Web for Social Good workshop @ ISWC'19
  • 30th June: Report on Hackathon for IJLCA
  • 1st week of September:  Presentation at LCM, Poznan

    Other news:
  • Full paper presentation by ML @ Slovenia (1st week June)
  • If agreed all manuscripts written on overleaf.
  • A poll to schedule weekly catch up meetings. Having meetings scheduled in advance will be useful.
Best regards

Agneta

 


[hackathon] follow up meeting 5th May 2019 #meetingminutes #knowledgemanagement #issues

Agneta
 

Hi everyone

We had a short catch up meeting this morning, where we followed up with the working groups. We identified a few issues that need support, and the need for some deadlines to help in the progress of the project. Here's a short summary:

Need support:
--> RDF conversion of EXIOBASE data and Bentso data
     -- How do we re name product (e.g. electricity) coming from market ?
--> Correspondence tables – how to aggregate / disaggregate (e.g emission groups (e.g. HFCs) to emissions (e.g. HFC-134a, HFC-23...) as different emissions have different characterization factors.


Suggestions:
--> Please update github repos we are individually involved in
      -- Add issues where we are stuck (e.g. need info or support from other repos to progress)
      --Add labels to identify relevance of issue to reach nearest goals.

Project deadlines (f
ocus on closest milestones):

  • 21st June: Paper submission to Semantic Web for Social Good workshop @ ISWC'19
  • 30th June: Report on Hackathon for IJLCA
  • 1st week of September:  Presentation at LCM, Poznan

    Other news:
  • Full paper presentation by ML @ Slovenia (1st week June)
  • If agreed all manuscripts written on overleaf.
  • A poll to schedule weekly catch up meetings. Having meetings scheduled in advance will be useful.
Best regards

Agneta

 


Re: Two votes - please participate!

Agneta
 

BADCFEHG is my choice

Not sure if we have a consensus yet on the final terminology