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Cite this (BioPortal, RRID:SCR_002713)

URL: http://bioportal.bioontology.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data repository, repository, service resource, storage service resource, ontology, controlled vocabulary, data or information resource

Open repository of biomedical ontologies that provides access via Web browsers and Web services to ontologies. It supports ontologies in OBO format, OWL, RDF, Rich Release Format (RRF), Protege frames, and LexGrid XML. Functionality includes the ability to browse, search and visualize ontologies as well as to comment on, and create mappings for ontologies. Any registered user can submit an ontology. The NCBO Annotator and NCBO Resource Index can also be accessed via BioPortal. Additional features: * Add Reviews: rate the ontology according to several criteria and describe your experience using the ontology. * Add Mappings: submit point-to-point mappings or upload bulk mappings created with external tools. Notification of new Mappings is RSS-enabled and Mappings can be browsed via BioPortal and accessed via Web services. * NCBO Annotator: Tool that tags free text with ontology terms. NCBO uses the Annotator to generate ontology annotations, creating an ontology index of these resources accessible via the NCBO Resource Index. The Annotator can be accessed through BioPortal or directly as a Web service. The annotation workflow is based on syntactic concept recognition (using the preferred name and synonyms for terms) and on a set of semantic expansion algorithms that leverage the ontology structure (e.g., is_a relations). * NCBO Resource Index: The NCBO Resource Index is a system for ontology based annotation and indexing of biomedical data; the key functionality of this system is to enable users to locate biomedical data linked via ontology terms. A set of annotations is generated automatically, using the NCBO Annotator, and presented in BioPortal. This service uses a concept recognizer (developed by the National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics, University of Michigan) to produce a set of annotations and expand them using ontology is_a relations. * Web services: Documentation on all Web services and example code is available at: BioPortal Web services.

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Cite this (Google Code, RRID:SCR_005786)

URL: http://code.google.com/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, organization portal, portal, software repository, data or information resource

Developer tools, APIs and resources. Search developers.google.com and code.google.com.

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    OBO

Cite this (OBO, RRID:SCR_007083)

URL: http://www.obofoundry.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, standard specification, narrative resource, knowledge environment, ontology, controlled vocabulary

A collaboration involving developers of science-based ontologies who are establishing a set of principles for ontology development with the goal of creating a suite of orthogonal interoperable reference ontologies in the biomedical domain. In addition to a listing of OBO ontologies, this site provides a statement of the OBO Foundry principles, discussion fora, technical infrastructure, and other services to facilitate ontology development. Feedback is welcome and participation encouraged.

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    Ontobee

Cite this (Ontobee, RRID:SCR_006321)

URL: http://www.ontobee.org/

Resource Type: Resource, ontology, service resource, controlled vocabulary, data or information resource, database

Web-based linked data server and browser specifically designed for ontology terms, it supports ontology visualization, query, and development. Ontobee provides a web interface for displaying the details and hierarchy of a specific ontology term. Meanwhile, Ontobee provides a RDF source code for the particular web page, which supports remote query of the ontology term and the Semantic Web. Ontobee provides an efficient and publicly available method to promote ontology sharing, interoperability, and data integration.

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