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[bioontology-support] reg. bioportal webservices
whetzel at stanford.edu
Wed Apr 28 10:33:13 PDT 2010
Yes, it looks like the new version is in the queue. I'll send some
screenshots in a later email to more fully outline options for
uploading ontologies. The current workflow does not involve human
curation before the ontology is presented via the Web. The time is for
scheduling the parser to run, parsing the file and then a refresh of
the UI. Paul has more details on the timing of these steps.
We do have a process to manually kick-off this workflow and I have
initiated this so that the file you uploaded is now parsed and
available via the UI.
On Apr 28, 2010, at 9:10 AM, Sridevi Polavaram wrote:
> Hi Trish,
> I think, I figured out how to upload a new version. I got a message
> saying it is in the queue abd it will take a few hours to make it
> In general, what is the average amount of time for this? Does the
> new version gets curated by a human or a program at the backend?
> Trish Whetzel wrote:
>> You now have permissions to add new versions to the existing
>> NCBI_NMO entry. To upload new versions:
>> -go to http://stage.bioontology.org/ontologies and use the 'Filter
>> By Text' to limit the display to NCBI_NMO
>> -click on the ontology name, this will take you to the metadata page
>> -click on 'Submit New Version'
>> -use the 'Browse' button to point to the location of the file
>> -hit 'Submit'
>> Let me know if you have any problems. It will take a little time to
>> have the file in the queue and then parse the file. The 'status'
>> listed on http://stage.bioontology.org/ontologies will let you know
>> when it is ready and available via the widgets.
>> On Apr 26, 2010, at 8:59 AM, Sridevi Polavaram wrote:
>>> Hi Trish,
>>> I have created my account on the staging server. My username is
>>> Please let me know how to upload my latest versions.
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