|JJ Abrams was also on the call but I told him I was|
too busy with ontologies no matter how much he begged.
- Our resources (briefly)
- How we rapidly develop our ontologies
- How our curators use a tool we developed called Corona to annotate data in the Gene Expression Atlas
- Our Phenotator tool, developed to allow cell biologists to develop a cellular phenotype ontology that covers their data without having to understand OWL or the various reference ontology nuances.
- Zooma, a knowledge base of curator ontology annotations for automatically annotating data
- Our new RDF Atlas work, including web UI allowing new querying over the Atlas and other data resources we've integrated our data with, such as Reactome pathways
- Our new Atlas RDF-R package (not yet public) which wraps SPARQL into nice convenience functions in R and includes an enrichment package for use against the Atlas. I'm working on a new version of this which build on the work my student Maryam Soleimani and I did in a prototype and will try and release it as soon as possible. I'll blog when I do.