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[bioontology-support] FEW or NO results for some concepts

Michael Dorf mdorf at stanford.edu
Thu Mar 17 16:51:26 PDT 2016


Hi Vincent,

The report retrieves ten "good" classes for every ontology and then executes a search and annotation queries on these classes. "Good" means the classes aren't b-nodes (".well-known/genid") and contain a valid prefLabel that's greater than three characters in length.

"NO results for" means exactly that - neither of the terms in the sample pool has been found in search/annotator respectively.
"FEW results for" means SOME of the sample terms were missing from search/annotator. The admin console displays the missing terms in RED.

To correct the problem, you can first review the parse log (see link on the Admin page) to see if it yields a reason for the missing terms. The actual solution will depend on the specific issue(s)/error(s) you discover in the log. It will range from re-indexing/re-annotating the ontology to the full re-processing or even to fixing the original ontology source file.

Hope this helps.

Misha



On Mar 17, 2016, at 09:53, Vincent Emonet <vincent.emonet at lirmm.fr<mailto:vincent.emonet at lirmm.fr>> wrote:

Hi,

In the ontologies_report.json (and the admin tab) we can see that for some ontologies there is "Annotator - NO results for: someconcept1 | someconcept2" or "Search - NO results for: someconcept1 | someconcept2"

What does it means technically? That the "someconcept1" is not in the search or annotator?
And what can be done to correct it? Rerun a search indexing or annotator generation?

Have a good day,

Vincent
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