Webinar – SEONT: Semantics & mapping exercise to add structure to messy socio-economic data
Webinar organized by the Ontologies Community of Practice of the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture.
This session is the fifth webinar of the series: All about our products and their uses, organised by the Ontologies Community of Practice.
During this webinar, Gideon Kruseman and Soohno Kim guide us in the conception, development and content of SEOnt, the Socio-Economic Ontology built by the CGIAR and partners to annotate agricultural household surveys.
Xingyi Song presents the machine learning tool, based on natural language processing, developed by the University of Sheffield to extract SEOnt terms from 100 core socio-economic questions.
Finally, Berta Miro closes the webinar by unfolding a story about annotating CGIAR survey data using SEOnt and other ontologies via the machine learning tool developed by the University of Sheffield.
- Gideon Kruseman, Ex-ante and Foresight Lead at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
- Soohno Kim, Senior Data Manager at the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
- Xingyi Song, Research Associate in NLP at the University of Sheffield
- Berta Miro, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
July 30, 2020