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[bioontology-support] [BioPortal] Feedback from chen.yang at

John Graybeal jgraybeal at
Sun Aug 12 22:05:42 PDT 2018

Chen, a quick note to consider. Because the identifiers are the same, the concepts are already considered the same, and BioPortal will automatically create a mapping between the two entries.

This does not respond directly to your question, or and it does not prevent you from creating your own mapping. I just wanted to explain how BioPortal treats this situation.


On Aug 11, 2018, at 2:45 AM, Chen Yang <Chen.Yang at<mailto:Chen.Yang at>> wrote:

Hi Jennifer,

Source class: Administration
Target ontology: NCIT
Target class: Administration

I import NCIT class “Administration” ( into ONE.
I want to indicate the “Administration” is the same as the “Administration” in NCIT.
In a word, those two “Administration” classes share the same identifier (NCIT identifier) but are in ONE and NCIT respectively.

Best regards,

From: Jennifer Leigh Vendetti [mailto:vendetti at]
Sent: 11 August 2018 03:09
To: support at<mailto:support at>
Cc: Chen Yang <Chen.Yang at>
Subject: Re: [bioontology-support] [BioPortal] Feedback from chen.yang at

Hello Chen,

Could you please tell us which two classes you’re trying to create a mapping between? I assume you’re using ONE as the source ontology. What is the source class, target ontology, and target class?

Thank you,

On Aug 10, 2018, at 2:35 AM, support at<mailto:support at> wrote:

Name: chen.yang at<mailto:chen.yang at>
Email: chen.yang at<mailto:chen.yang at>

Dear Jennifer and John,
For class mappings, now I can choose the target class, however, when I click "create mapping" in the bottom of the page, an error was reported and 1 sentence appeared:
"There was a problem creating the mapping, please try again."
I modified url (from https to http), and used different browsers (IE, chrome, etc.). and tried again and again. The problem was still reported.
Greetings from Gent, Belgium, Chen

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John Graybeal
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