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[bioontology-support] suggestion: bioportal_page annotation property

Alan Ruttenberg alanruttenberg at
Thu Mar 25 16:18:15 PDT 2010

Hmm. At that address I get:

		Gone, Daddy, Gone!

On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 3:33 PM, Natasha Noy <noy at> wrote:
> ok, done: you can now use
>   <owl:imports
> rdf:resource=""/>
> Thanks for the suggestion!
> Natasha
> On Mar 24, 2010, at 8:59 AM, Alan Ruttenberg wrote:
>> Of course I hand edited the file before sending it, and made a mistake :(
>> Attached is one that works.
>> -Alan
>> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 8:49 AM, Alan Ruttenberg
>> <alanruttenberg at> wrote:
>>> There will be many cases in which people will want to include a link
>>> to the bioportal visualization of a term. I suggest that Bioportal
>>> make a small ontology available, initially containing a single
>>> annotation property: bioportal:page, spiritually a subproperty of
>>> foaf:page.
>>> I would document this appropriately, and indicate that user MAY wish
>>> to declare foaf:page an annotation property, and make this an
>>> annotation subproperty of foaf:page, but not do so in the ontology, as
>>> this may represent a commitment that the user may not wish to make (as
>>> foaf does not declare foaf:page to be an annotation property, just an
>>> rdf:property).
>>> I would be happy to review other suggestion for inclusion in the
>>> ontology, which I suggest be kept small and with attention to not
>>> introducing unnecessary ontological commitments.
>>> I have attached a suggested start.
>>> -Alan
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