"Language resources (ontologies, dictionareis, and corpora) are the core for semantic integration."
DBCLS seeks an in-depth semantic integration of life science databases, and language resources are at the heart of the semantic integration. Several BioNLP projects below are on-going in DBCLS, seeking to improve the systems for the development and management of language resources. As a government-funded public research institute, DBCLS opens its resources and products to the public and interesting parties.
- To promote community collaboration for high level information extraction.
- To promote community collaboration for literature annotation.
- To enable exchange and comparison of annotation.
- A fully configurable, text annotation editor.
- Works in most of major web browsers with no installation process.
- To assist ontology building.
- To promote reuse of existing ontologies.
- To offer an overview of how ontologies connect through mappings.
- To improve accessibility to linked open RDF data.
- To assist non-experts to write SPARQL queries.
- Han-Cheol Cho, Ph.D. Candidate
- GE 2016 (01/08/2016 12:45 PM)
Test (04/16/2015 02:43 PM)
LODQA (04/18/2013 11:48 AM)
Ontology Visualization (10/11/2012 02:45 PM)
Visualizing BioPortal ontology mappings¶
Ontologies in biomedicine are used for several tasks including the standardization of terminology, the verification of data consistency, and the integration of heterogeneous biomedical databases. One can picture a set of biomedical ontologies as a web of biomedical concepts (an analogy to the World Wide Web, where we talk about a web of documents). A single ontology can be described as a group of closely related biomedical concepts....
TextAE (09/27/2012 02:17 PM)
TextAE (Text Annotation Editor)
- is a web-based annotation editor to texts,
- works as the default editor of PubAnnotation, a sharable storage of annotation.