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[bioontology-support] preventing wrong mappings
jgraybeal at stanford.edu
Fri Feb 5 19:25:30 PST 2021
That's a great idea! But no, unfortunately the automated mappings are pretty simple-minded, without any particular augmentation. While we find the mappings are about 85% valid, it is understood by most who use them that they are more in the way of discovery tools, not so much modeling tools. (The mappings created in this way are noted as LOOM mappings in the UI and the API, so they can be identified.)
It is of course still useful information to signal readers and machines that any similarity mappings should be ignored for those relations, and maybe we could pick upon it when we find resources to improve the mappings algorithm. It is not a perfect solution however; there will be cases where two classes should not be mapped as being similar, but in fact their may be some instances that could belong to both classes. Another challenge is that our automated mappings are done across ontologies (not within ontologies, to my knowledge); and you would have to update your disjoint statements regularly to reflect incorrect mappings to newly added ontology terms in BioPortal.
On Feb 5, 2021, at 1:57 AM, Görzig, Heike <heike.goerzig at helmholtz-berlin.de<mailto:heike.goerzig at helmholtz-berlin.de>> wrote:
Dear bioontology Team,
we are creating an ontology we are planning to upload to the bioportal.
As the mapping is done automatically on labels and maybe the
description, there might be created some false mappings.
We would like to prevent this. Would owl:disjointWith along a related
ontologie be an option?
Heike Görzig <heike.goerzig at helmholtz-berlin.de<mailto:heike.goerzig at helmholtz-berlin.de>>
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