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[bioontology-support] Submit ontology to BioPortal
noy at stanford.edu
Tue Jun 14 11:17:50 PDT 2011
yes, in order to be able to upload the new version, you must be the owner of that ontology. Should we change it to have you as the admin for the PLO ontology?
On Jun 13, 2011, at 7:25 AM, Priti wrote:
> I was trying to upload the new version of the ontology, Parasite Lifecycle Ontology (http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/1190) at the Bioportal site, but it doesn't give me an option of uploading a new version. I can upload a new ontology though. Can you please suggest how to do this? I am not the person who uploaded the first version. Do we have to use his login information to do so? He graduated a few months ago so no longer a member of our team.
> On 6/11/2011 2:52 PM, Natasha Noy wrote:
>> Dear Priti,
>> In general, these questions should go to support at bioontology.org.
>> Here are the answers.
>>> We submitted Parasite Lifecycle Ontology (PLO) v. 0.1 to NCBO which was a very preliminary version. Now we revised the ontology, added a lot more concept, used BFO as an upper level ontology, and named it as Ontology for Parasite Lifecycle (OPL). How should I upload the new version; i.e., as a new ontology or an updated version of PLO, which will now be called OPL?
>> It is up to you, but I would suggest that you should still upload it as a version of the old ontology. And rename it as you upload.
>>> Also, can I get a new Bioportal Purl link for OPL (since old link says PLO)?
>> After you upload it, please send a message to support at bioontology.org and we will create it for you.
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