July 17, 2009 NEMO Year 1: Overview & Planning

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  • July 17, 2009 NEMO Year 1: Overview & Planning http://nemo.nic.uoregon.edu
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time) Action items highlighted in lime green!
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time) Action items highlighted in lime green!
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  • Introductions: Who we are (1/3) NEMO Core (PIs & go-to people) Dejing Dou (lead PI, CIS) Gwen Frishkoff (co-PI, Psychology) Allen Malony (co-I, CIS) Don Tucker (co-I, Psychology) Paea LePendu* (Ontology Development) Robert Frank* (EEG/ERP Analysis Tools) Jason Sydes* (Database & Wed Portal) Haishan Liu (Grad Student, CIS) Matt Cranor & Charlotte Wise (Grants Admin)
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  • Introductions: Who we are (2/3) NEMO Consortium John Connolly (McMaster U) Tim Curran (U Colorado) Joe Dien (U Maryland) Kerry Kilborn (Glasgow U) Dennis Molfese (U Louisville) Chuck Perfetti (U Pittsburgh) Please send link to your website to Jason ([email protected])
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  • Introductions: Who we are (3/3) External collaborators (NEMO ontologies & database development; integration with other projects in BO community) Jessica Turner (fBIRN & CogPO project) Angela Laird (BrainMap & CogPO project) Maryann Martone (NIF -- www.neuinfo.org) Jeff Grethe & Scott Makeig (HeadIT project) Folks at OBOF (http://www.obofoundry.org/)? Folks at NCBO (http://bioontology.org/)?
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time)
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  • Regular Meetings Schedule using Doodle http://www.doodle.com/ Once monthly? Gwen to propose dates & times on Doodle for next months meeting later today Please respond to Doodle email (click on link and check available days & times)
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time)
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  • Overview of Project Aims 1. Design and test procedures for automated ERP pattern analysis and classification (*) top-down initial definitions of pattern rules, concepts (hypotheses) bottom-up data mining for pattern validation & refinement 2. Capture rules, concepts in a formal ERP ontology (TODAY) 3. Develop ontology-based tools for ERP data markup (*) 4. Apply ERP analysis tools to consortium datasets (*) 5. Perform meta-analyses of consortium data (*) 6. Build relational database to store ontology-based annotations and to support complex reasoning over annotated data ontology database 7. Build data storage & management system EEG database (*) Proposed focus of next months meeting
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  • The three pillars of NEMO Ontologies (TODAY) Ontology-based analysis tools (next time?) Ontology database & portal
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time)
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  • NEMO Central nemo.nic.uoregon.edu
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  • Contributing to NEMO NEMO central http://nemo.nic.uoregon.edu NEMO ftp site (EEG database) ftp://nemo.nic.uoregon.edu/EEG_Experiments NEMO sourceforge (ontologies) http://nemoontologies.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ nemoontologies/current/ NEMO listserve (to note ontology bugs and feature requests) http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=263320 NEMO wiki (discussion) coming soon
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  • Overview Agenda Introductions & go-to people (7 mins) Scheduling regular teleconferences (3 mins) Review of project aims (15 mins) Contributing to NEMO -- overview (10 mins) (website, wiki, database) Overview of current ontologies (25 mins) Overview of tools for labeling data (next time)
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  • Why (what problem are we trying to solve?) What (what IS an ontology anyway, and how can it help address this problem?) How (ERP ontology design and implementation methods in NEMO) NEMO ontology development
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  • Why are there so few statistical meta-analyses in ERP research? The Problem
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  • Complexity of Data LATENT PATTERNSMEASURED DATA Superposition
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  • Embarrassment of Riches
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  • 410 ms 450 ms 330 ms Peak latency 410 ms Loose Semantics! Will the real N400 please step forward? Sample Database Query: Show me all the N400 patterns in the database.
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  • Putative N400- labeled patterns Parietal N400 Frontal N400 Parietal P600
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  • Whats an ontology and how does it help us address the lack of integration in ERP research?
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  • Knowledge Semantically structured (Taxonomy, CMap, Ontology,) Information Syntactically structured (Tables, XML, RDF,) Data Minimally structured or unstructured Ontologies to support VALID pooling of ERP patterns across datasets theoretical integration
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  • Why ontologies in particular? Rich, explicit, computable semantics. But takes time to build!
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  • How were going to build ontologies for NEMO [and apply them to real data next time] FIRST RELEASE OF ONTOLOGIES IN AUGUST (DONT BOTHER TO COMMENT ON OLD VERSIONS)
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  • NEMO ontology design principles (following OBO best practices) 1. Factor the domain to generate modular (orthogonal) ontologies that can be reused, integrated for other projects 2. Reuse existing ontologies (esp. foundational concepts) to define basic (upper & mid-level) concepts 3. Validate definitions of complex concepts using bottom-up (data-driven) as well as top-down (knowledge-driven) methods 4. Collaborate with a community of experts in collaborative design, testing of ontologies
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  • Factoring the ERP domain 1 sec TIMESPACE FUNCTION Modulation of pattern features (time, space, amplitude) under different experiment conditions
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  • ERP spatial subdomain 1 sec TIMESPACE FUNCTION Modulation of ERP pattern features under different experiment conditions
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  • International 10-10 EEG Electrode Locations Fz ITT electrode location Fz (medial frontal) Fz ITT electrode location Fz (medial frontal)
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  • Scalp surface regions of interest
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  • NEMO Spatial Ontology BFO (Basic Formal Ontology) UPPER BFO (Basic Formal Ontology) UPPER FMA (Foundational Model of Anatomy ontology) MIDLEVEL FMA (Foundational Model of Anatomy ontology) MIDLEVEL SNAP
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  • ERP temporal subdomain 1 sec TIMESPACE FUNCTION Modulation of ERP pattern features under different experiment conditions
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  • Early ( exogenous ) vs. Late ( endogenous ) ERP processes ~0-150 ms after event (e.g., stimulus onset) 501 ms or more after event (e.g., stimulus onset) ~151-500 after event (e.g., stimulus onset) EARLY LATE MID-LATENCY
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  • NEMO Temporal Ontology SPAN
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  • ERP functional subdomain 1 sec TIMESPACE FUNCTION Modulation of ERP pattern features under different experiment conditions
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  • NEMO Functional Ontology Angela Laird BrainMap Jessica Turner BIRNlex (now part of Neurolex) CogPO http://brainmap.org/scribe/index.html
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  • Reconsistituting the ERP domain 1 sec TIMESPACE FUNCTION Modulation of ERP pattern features under different experiment conditions
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  • NEMO ERP Ontology Observed Pattern = P100 iff Event type is stimulus AND FUNCTIONAL Peak latency is between 70 and 140 ms AND TEMPORAL Scalp region of interest (ROI) is occipital AND SPATIAL Polarity over ROI is positive (>0) FUNCTION TIME SPACE
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  • PATTERNDEFINITIONS (Revised) P1001.70 ms < TI-max 140 ms 2. ROI = Occipital 3. IN-mean (ROI) > 0 N1001.141 ms < TI-max 220 ms 2. ROI = Occipital 3. IN-mean (ROI) < 0 N3c1.221 ms < TI-max 260 ms 2. ROI = Anterior Temporal 3. IN-mean (ROI) < 0 MFN1.261 ms < TI-max 400 ms 2. ROI = Mid Frontal 3. IN-mean (ROI) < 0 P3001.401 ms < TI-max 600 ms 2. ROI = Parietal 3. IN-mean (ROI) > 0 SPATIALTEMPORAL