NeMO and Scholarly Ontology in OpenMethods Spotlight #3

openMethods_color“Keeping a smart diary of research processes with NeMO and the Scholarly Ontology” 

OpenMethods Spotlights #3 is looking behind the scenes of NeMO and the Scholarly Ontology (SO)! In their interview, Panos Constantopoulos and Vayianos Pertsas tell the story behind these ontologies and explain how they can be used to ease or upcycle the daily works of a researcher. They discuss the value of knowledge graphs, how NeMO and SO connect with the emerging DH ontology landscape and beyond, why Open Access is a precondition of populating them, the Greek DH landscape, and many more!

Read the interview here!