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[bioontology-support] Ontology Class Language Classifications
Lewis John McGibbney
lewis2 at stanford.edu
Tue Apr 30 21:23:20 PDT 2013
Thanks for the lightening reply. Greatly appreciated.
Oh and thank you for description as well.
What about other types of language classifications. Typically synonyms are used quite frequently e.g. sameAs, however in your experience what level of usage can users expect for less typical language associations... if any?
thank you so much.
Dr. Lewis John McGibbney
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----- Original Message -----
From: Trish Whetzel <whetzel at stanford.edu>
To: Lewis John McGibbney <lewis2 at stanford.edu>
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Sent: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 20:46:38 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [bioontology-support] Ontology Class Language Classifications
The autocomplete functionality in the widgets will be able to work with synonyms (or any other property specified as a subproperty of the synonym property) for example if the ontology author has indicated which property is used for synonyms when they uploaded the ontology. For example, "CVS Disease" is a synonym of "cardiovascular disease"  and the widgets will be able to return "cardiovascular disease" when "CVS Disease" is entered.
On Apr 30, 2013, at 8:21 PM, Lewis John McGibbney wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I have been experimenting with some of the widgets  with the intention of embedding some of them in my web application.
> I would like to know if anyone can please discuss the following: as well as obtain some given term (from within an ontology regardless of whether I use the ontology search widget, ontology tree widget, etc.), I am interested in obtaining other language classifications such as synonyms, homonyms, etc. associated with some given ontology class (term) if they are present an available.
> My thinking is that currently there is no accurate/consistent automated mechanism to determining whether some given term (ontology class) has synonyms (or other language attributes) associated with it. Is this the case? I would be really happy to find out otherwise.
> Thank you so much in advance.
>  http://www.bioontology.org/wiki/index.php/NCBO_Widgets
> Dr. Lewis John McGibbney
> Post Doctoral Research Scholar
> Engineering Informatics Group
> Civil and Environmental Engineering
> Room 279, Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building (Y2E2)
> 473 Via Ortega
> Stanford University
> Stanford, CA 94305-4020
> web | http://stanford.edu/people/lewis2
> Linkedin | http://linkedin.com/in/lmcgibbney
> Phone | +1(408).757.2791
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