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Tuesday, June 4 • 14:35 - 15:20
Community Insights: How to analyze and visualize Social Content in IBM Connections 6.0 CR4 with Domino V10 and Watson

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Social Business Documents (SBD) are user-generated, compound documents within Enterprise Social Software and consist of multiple components, such as a wiki page with its tags, attachments and comments. The "Content Dashboard" is an application made by the Center for Enterprise Information Research (CEIR.de) at the University of Koblenz-Landau. It is capable of visualising the structure and metadata of Social Business Documents within a community. The Content Dashboard is based on IBM Domino and XPages. The code and detailed documentation will be available on GitHub and OpenNTF.
In this session, we give a live demonstration of the Content Dashboard and show innovative KPIs that can be used to analyse the content within a community of IBM Connections 6.0 CR4. One key figure will be the degree of collaboration that describes if there is real collaboration taking place in a community. We will show how to use either database queries or IBM Connections’ APIs for retrieving the content of a community and how to process the data for the visualisation of Social Business Documents. We also give insights about how to do further analyses on Social Business Documents by using IBM Watson Services. For this we use Node-RED to access the Content Dashboard’s REST-API and enrich the Social Business Documents by additional metadata. The enriched Social Business Documents will be returned to the Content Dashboard for its visualisation.

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Julian Mosen

Researcher, University of Koblenz
Julian Mosen is the Head of Application Development of the University Competence Center for Collaboration Technology (www.uct.de), core member of the Center for Enterprise Information Research (www.ceir.de), an active member of the DNUG “Fachgruppe Development” and a researcher... Read More →

Tuesday June 4, 2019 14:35 - 15:20 CEST
Raum A - Connections
  T2. Connections
  • Sprache Englisch