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Implementing Curriculum Vitae and Biosketch Rich Text Format export in VIVO

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Implementing Curriculum Vitae and Biosketch Rich Text Format export in VIVO

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  1. Abstract A justifiable expectation for any user entering data into a system is that they will be able to get it out. If you are able to get your data back out of a system in a more organized or useful way than it was entered you might be lucky. With the help of the VIVO development teams the University of Florida has been able to allow end users of their VIVO implementation to export a very useful format of their data, a Curriculum Vitae or a Biosketch that is in rich text format, or RTF. The typical scenario is that you have a grant application due soon and you need an updated biosketch or CV. This usually involves digging through old files or emails to find the last copy you updated. With the rich export we are able to provide you with the most updated information in an editable format so you don’t have to dig. Implementing Curriculum Vitae and Biosketch Rich Text Format export in VIVO Introduction The University of Florida had a need to develop a biosketch export capability to help faculty with their curriculum vitae and biosketch data. The DVDocs application was developed by University of Pittsburgh as part of their Faculty Profiles system, and through a mini-grant provided by VIVO a VIVO-doc-gen utility was created. This set of tools is built on several open source tools, and is deployed into a Tomcat instance.Once deployed to the UF Tomcat instance, it becomes a REST-ful style interface in the format:http://vivo.ufl.edu/dv-docs/vivo-doc-gen/VIVOSITEADDRESS/VIVONODEADDRESS?fileformat=FILEFORMAT&filetype=OUTPUTTYPE - and as a full example here is the link to an actual faculty member at UF:http://vivo.ufl.edu/dv-docs/vivo-doc-gen/vivo.ufl.edu/n48365?fileformat=rtf&filetype=cv. The interesting piece of this puzzle is that once an institution deploys this on a publicly available site, it is useable by anyone with a VIVO instance. A person would only need to plug their values into the spots in capitals to review their CV or Biosketch. The output types are currently PDF or RTF, with UF choosing to go with RTF so that it is editable by the faculty member. Christopher P. Barnes2, Vincent J. Sposato1, Mike Conlon3, Nicholas Rejack3, Rene Ziede1 1 Enterprise Software Engineering, Academic Health Center IT, University of Florida, 2 Clinical and Translational Science IT Group, Academic Health Center IT, University of Florida, 3 Clinical and Translational Science Institute, University of Florida