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[bioontology-support] Re. Load from URL failure for Experimental Factor Ontology

Paola Roncaglia paola at
Wed Apr 17 23:57:40 PDT 2019

Dear Jennifer,

Many thanks for your prompt and kind assistance!

I'll leave it to Zoe now. :-)

Best wishes, and a good day,


On 17/04/2019 18:55, Jennifer Leigh Vendetti wrote:
> Hello Paola,
>> On Apr 17, 2019, at 1:04 AM, Paola Roncaglia <paola at 
>> <mailto:paola at>> wrote:
>>> I added Zoe as a contact person for the ontology so that her name 
>>> and email address are displayed on your ontology summary page. Is 
>>> this what you wanted? Or, did you want her to have administrative 
>>> privileges to make changes to your ontology metadata?
>> Apologies, I should have been more precise. Could you please remove 
>> Zoe's name and email from the public ontology summary page
> Done
>> , and instead let her have admin privileges to edit EFO's metadata.
> You need a BioPortal account if you want access rights to modify 
> ontology metadata.
> Zoe - please create a BioPortal account:
> … and let us know your account name once you’ve done so. We can then 
> grant your user account administrative privileges for EFO.
>> Also could you please make sure that her address is included in any 
>> communication from BioPortal such as the load failure we received 
>> recently.
> Anyone listed as an administrator for an ontology is notified if there 
> are load failures. Once Zoe creates a BioPortal account and we add her 
> as an administrator to EFO, she’ll get these notifications.
> Kind regards,
> Jennifer
Paola Roncaglia, PhD
Twitter: @paola_roncaglia
Skype: paola.roncaglia

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