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[bioontology-support] [BioPortal] Feedback from brycemecum
jgraybeal at stanford.edu
Fri Aug 2 09:54:54 PDT 2019
If you have a specific use case we would be interested in understanding that better. (One of our teams here has made a similar request to the BioPortal team, so it will be useful to know if you are in a similar situation.)
Based on the lack of questions about this up until now—perhaps people haven't written many applications against the search API?—we can't prioritize it too highly given current resoures. But it seems like a valid question and request, and we hope to be able to pursue it before too long.
On Jul 29, 2019, at 4:25 PM, Bryce Mecum <mecum at nceas.ucsb.edu<mailto:mecum at nceas.ucsb.edu>> wrote:
Hi Jennifer, thanks for getting back to me! Ranking ontologies as you
have makes sense.
You mentioned that the result from UO is the one you really want. I’m not sure if you’re aware that you can narrow your search results to a particular ontology using the “ontologies” parameter, e.g.
I was, though my use case doesn't allow me to know the ontology of
origin at the time I look up the class. But that's more a problem on
my end rather than yours. I think I can work with what the API
Apologies that I don’t have an immediate response to this last part of your message. I’m unclear on why the BioPortal web application (which is built on top of the REST API) is showing the ordering differently. I would need to investigate the code further.
If you could that'd be appreciated.
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