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[bioontology-support] Questions about displaying ontology structure
jgraybeal at stanford.edu
Sat Mar 24 14:31:13 PDT 2018
To my understanding, they are not ordered. As you probably know the processing of ontology statements in an OWL file does not produce a defined ordering of results, and we do not attempt to order them in any particular way when they are output within these tables. There may be a pattern of the result, but if so it is not defined by us.
Should any of our BioPortal experts find fault with this answer, we will send an update. But I think you can find similar answers in previous email threads on the list.
On Mar 23, 2018, at 10:07 AM, Claudia Knobloch <claudia.knobloch at osthus.com<mailto:claudia.knobloch at osthus.com>> wrote:
I currently try to analyze how a node is displayed within the ontology browser. I need to understand if there is an sorting of the subClassOf entries .
For example -http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/SNOMEDCT/300101002
This node has two "parent" nodes:
* Pinna finding - http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/SNOMEDCT/247236008
* Bleeding - http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/SNOMEDCT/131148009
Not matter when I open the ontology browser, the "parent" node Pinna finding is always the first. I have access to a ttl-file of SNOMEDCT I see no hint within the file why that "parent" node is always first.
Do you know if the "parent" nodes are sorted? If yes, do you know how I can identify within the ttl-file the sorting? If no, do you know why one "parent node is always first? Thank you very much.
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