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[bioontology-support] Mosquito insecticide resistance ontology and GAZ
dfield at ceh.ac.uk
Fri Apr 3 16:24:35 PDT 2009
yes, I like the 'big picture' ideas that were emerging from our conversations...sort of a metaanalysis of an entire collection of ontologies - both for governance support and in some ways even a metric of the collection as a whole...
for example, overlap in terms (as a percentage of the total terms) gives an idea of the relatedness of ontologies and the work needed to make them fully orthogonal
numbers of imports would tell how influential particular ontologies are in a collection
other metrics could be the same as for a single ontology, just summed over the whole collection, like:
Molecular Evolution and Bioinformatics Group
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>>> "Trish Whetzel" <whetzel at stanford.edu> 04/03/09 11:55 PM >>>
Not as an endpoint that can be queried directly, but it sounds like that
relates in part to the Venn diagram idea.
>From: Dawn Field [mailto:dfield at ceh.ac.uk]
>Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 3:13 PM
>To: d.hancock at cs.man.ac.uk; whetzel at stanford.edu
>Cc: support at bioontology.org; dfield at ceh.ac.uk; morrison at cs.man.ac.uk
>Subject: Re: Mosquito insecticide resistance ontology and GAZ
>This is interesting - import statements. Can you tell globally how many
>import statements there are from Gaz to all ontologies in the portal?
>Molecular Evolution and Bioinformatics Group
>Director, NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre
>Oxford OX1 3SR
>Tel : 01865 281630
>Fax: 01865 281696
>>>> "Trish Whetzel" <whetzel at stanford.edu> 04/03/09 10:45 PM >>>
>Based on some initial investigation it seems as though the search
>finding GAZ terms within the Mosquito insecticide resistance ontology
>are correct. I've looked into the ontology file and see that there are
>import statements for GAZ in MIRO. The reason the link does not work
>the BioPortal search result on production is that there was an issue
>the display of MIRO, which has been submitted as a bug.
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