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[bioontology-support] Bioportal-mapping service problem

Paul R Alexander palexander at
Tue Jun 14 11:45:26 PDT 2011


Can you send me the REST call you are using to get this mapping?

Paul R Alexander
Web / UI Developer
NCBO BioPortal
Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research

On 6/14/11 11:37 AM, Israel Wakwoya wrote:
> Dear Bioportal support group,
> I wanted to download mappings between ontologies using the bioportal
> REST service, but the xml file that I got is missing the mapped source
> and target entities. For example, i got the following result:
> <mapping>
> <id></id>
> <source/>
> <target/>
> <relation></relation>
> <sourceOntologyId>1032</sourceOntologyId>
> <targetOntologyId>1095</targetOntologyId>
> <createdInSourceOntologyVersion>42693</createdInSourceOntologyVersion>
> <createdInTargetOntologyVersion>40958</createdInTargetOntologyVersion>
> <submittedBy>38342</submittedBy><date>2010-05-17 16:24:34.0 PDT</date>
> <mappingType>Automatic</mappingType>
> <mappingSource>APPLICATION</mappingSource><mappingSourceName>LOOM</mappingSourceName><mappingSourceContactInfo>support at</mappingSourceContactInfo>
> <mappingSourceSite></mappingSourceSite>
> <mappingSourceAlgorithm>Mappings were generated by the LOOM algorithm
> automatically based on close lexical match between preferred names of
> terms or a preferred name and a synonym.</mappingSourceAlgorithm>
> </mapping>
> As you see, the source and target entities are missing. It was working
> good until recently. Could you, please, fix the problem? I needed the
> data for my experiment and would be very happy if I can get it sooner.
> Thank you in advance.
> With kindest regards,
> Israel Wakwoya.

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