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[bioontology-support] [BioPortal] Feedback from James Gray

Paul R Alexander palexand at
Fri May 5 16:24:38 PDT 2017

There is also an API endpoint for retrieving ontology user visits as tracked on the UI through Google Analytics. It's not going to tell you which research projects used which ontologies, but it will give you a general sense of which ontologies get viewed the most:

On May 4, 2017, at 3:52 PM, Clement Jonquet <jonquet at<mailto:jonquet at>> wrote:

Hi James,

The new UI of BioPortal recently remove the “entry”, but the page is actually here:

It tells you (community edited) which project uses which ontologies. And BioPortal “Browse page” can then use this to list “ontologies per project”
I think this is super useful… if someone pays the effort to fill in the data !

We use it also on AgroPortal:

This shall answer your question ;)

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Name: James Gray
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Hi NCBO Team,
I've been interested in leveraging BioPortal for a project, and was curious if there was any way to find out how many research projects are utilizing at least one of your ontologies at a given time. Specifically curious about cancer ontologies and how widely they're used. Thanks in advance!
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