Jean-Marc Neefs (Janssen) and Luca Bartek (University of Strathclyde) demonstrate how integrating data with the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform helps meet business needs to query combined public and private datasets, as well as supporting further linked data analysis through resources such as Wikidata. Watch webinar video
Since completion of the Open PHACTS project, we’ve opened up our regular discussions about using Open PHACTS for science to the whole community, with a series of free monthly webinars. Our next webinar will be about how integrating private data and public Wikidata with Open PHACTS opens up new business question opportunities. Register now for our webinar Read more about Webinar: Integrating data with Open PHACTS: Private and Public[…]
There are just three weeks to go until our conference, Linking Life Science Data: From Design to Implementation, and Beyond. If you haven’t yet registered, attendance is free and there are still places available:
The conference will include a variety of expert speakers and open discussions on linking data in the life sciences domain. The full agenda is now finalised and we look forward to seeing you there.
We are also pleased to present the submissions for our poster competition, which will be held at the conference on the evening of 18 February. See below for the list of entrants and poster abstracts.
First public disclosure of new chemical entities often takes place in patents, which makes them an important source of information. However, with an ever increasing number of patent applications, manual processing and curation on such a large scale becomes even more challenging. An alternative approach better suited for this large corpus of documents is the Read more about Publication: Managing expectations: assessment of chemistry databases generated by automated extraction of chemical structures from patents[…]