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Jennifer Leigh Vendetti
vendetti at stanford.edu
Wed Jan 31 05:48:37 PST 2018
We can either create one for you (if you send us the ontology source file), or anyone with write permissions for this ontology could create a new submission themselves. I looked at the list of administrators for this ontology - there is only one account with username “coenena”.
It’s up to you how to proceed. If you wanted to do it yourself, you would need to create an account in BioPortal and let us know the username so that we can add you as an administrator for the ontology. Or, like I said above, send us the OWL file and we can upload it on your behalf.
On a related note, BioPortal has the ability to check a download URL nightly for new versions of an ontology. So - you have the option of creating a new submission that points to a download URL - which means that new versions of your ontology would get pulled automatically by our system. Not required - just thought you might want to know about that.
On Jan 31, 2018, at 5:27 AM, Nick Hardiker <N.Hardiker at hud.ac.uk<mailto:N.Hardiker at hud.ac.uk>> wrote:
I am writing on behalf of the International Council of Nurses who issued a new release of ICNP last year. What is the easiest way of making a new submission? Is this something that you manage centrally or is it something we can do via the portal?
With best wishes
Professor Nick Hardiker
Associate Dean (Research & Enterprise), School of Human and Health Sciences
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