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[bioontology-support] data schema / vocabulary / ontology / repositories

Natasha Noy noy at
Mon Mar 14 08:08:30 PDT 2011

> I really like: 
>  . Are there any RDF 
> dumps or a SPARQL endpoint? If I have a URL for either I can get this 
> data into our LOD cloud cache instance which will also help with 
> discoverability etc..

We have a prototype SPARQL end point at
It gives you access to most ontologies in BioPortal.

Details on the RDF that we generate and other related information is at:

To answer a couple of other points on the thread: BioPortal does allow users to rate and comment on ontologies (on the assumption that one size doesn't fit all). And we do list the most "used" ontologies (basically most accessed/downloaded).

Caveat: The repository contains only ontologies relevant to biomedicine. However, the software is completely domain-independent and others (such as OOR) have installed it as repositories for other domains or domain-independent repositories.


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