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[bioontology-support] No child in hierarchy found

Natasha Noy noy at
Thu Mar 25 10:57:17 PDT 2010

Hi Tomasz,

Sure, it's in the bean. Try, for example,

and search for "[R]part_of". It's there :)

Let us know if this is what you are looking for. Thanks!


On Mar 25, 2010, at 8:35 AM, Tomasz Adamusiak wrote:

> Hi Natasha,
> Thanks for clearing that up for me! So is there an easy way to get  
> the subclasses along [r]part_of as well?
> By the way in this case the default behaviour for the OLS web  
> services is to return all children and only limit the results if  
> additional parameters are set. That's why I was expecting something  
> similar from BioPortal.
> Thanks
> Tomasz
> On 11/03/2010 20:09, Natasha Noy wrote:
>> Hi Tomasz,
>> The children service (and the parent service) return children and
>> parents only along the is_a relationship. Cell doesn't have any is_a
>> children; its only child is along "[r]part_of". We used to have
>> different icons in the UI to indicate the different types of
>> relationships. They are temporarily gone, but will be back soon.
>> Let us know if you observe any cases where an is_a child doesn't  
>> show up
>> in the service result.
>> Thank you!
>> Natasha
>> On Mar 8, 2010, at 6:13 AM, Tomasz Adamusiak wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I started getting no results errors for some of the GO terms when
>>> querying children through the REST API (although they're visible on
>>> the web interface).
>>> Example GO:0005623 (cell):
>>> Cheers
>>> Tomasz
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