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[bioontology-support] download mappings in RDF
whetzel at ucsd.edu
Thu Jul 25 13:31:12 PDT 2013
Do you have an example that expands out the "maps:has_process_info" in order to know what process was used to generate the mapping?
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On Jul 24, 2013, at 9:11 AM, manuelso <manuelso at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi Laura,
> One option is to use SPARQL to traverse all mappings between two given ontologies. It is better to use pagination (OFFSET and LIMIT) to not hit time outs. If you try to get all mappings in one query the server will cut the response, it is just too expensive to do it in just one request given the amount of processing that it involves.
> There are examples here:
> On Jul 24, 2013, at 4:44 AM, "Hollink, L." <l.hollink at vu.nl> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I'm looking for a way to download a local copy of all mappings from/to a certain ontology in RDF. I can download the RDF mappings from the website, but that only gives me the first 10.000 mappings. I know I can download all mappings through the rest API, but that gives me XML instead of RDF.
>> Is there a way for me to get all mappings in RDF? I'm looking for the mappings involving NCIt, SNOMED, MedDRA, ICD-10, LOINC and MeSH.
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