There is an urgent need to improve the infrastructure supporting the reuse of scholarly data. A diverse set of stakeholders—representing academia, industry, funding agencies, and scholarly publishers—have come together to design and jointly endorse a concise and measureable set of principles that we refer to as the FAIR Data Principles….
BioHackathon 2015 Symbosium, Nagasaki, Japan Mark Thompson (Leiden University Medical Centre) View presentation
BioHackathon 2015 Symposium, Nagasaki, Japan Núria Queralt-Rosinach (IMIM) gave a presentation: The DisGeNET Discovery Platform Mark Thompson (Leiden University Medical Centre) gave a presentation: Open, reusable graph annotations
Publication: Applying Linked Data Approaches to Pharmacology: Architectural Decisions and Implementation
The discovery of new medicines requires pharmacologists to interact with a number of information sources ranging from tabular data to scientific papers, and other specialized formats. In this application report, we describe a linked data platform for integrating multiple pharmacology datasets that form the basis for several drug discovery applications….
This document describes the structure of nanopublications and offers guidelines in their composition, implementation and use. It was produced by members of the Concept Web Alliance (CWA), an open collaborative community that is actively addressing the challenges associated with the production, management, interoperability and analysis of unprecedented volumes of data….
Open PHACTS publications won the top two best paper awards at SWAT4LS 2013: Computing Identity Co-Reference Across Drug Discovery Datasets (Christian Y.A. Brenninkmeijer, Ian Dunlop, Carole Goble, Alasdair J.G. Gray, Steve Pettifer and Robert Stevens) Nanopublications for exposing experimental data in the life-sciences: a Huntingtion’s Disease case study (Eleni Mina, Mark…
Publication: Nanopublications for exposing experimental data in the life-sciences: a Huntingtion’s Disease case study
Data from high throughput experiments often produce far more results than can ever appear in the main text or tables of a single research article. In these cases, the majority of new associations is often archived either as supplemental information in an arbitrary format or in publisher-independent databases that can…
ESHG European Human Genetics Conference 2013, Paris, France Mark Thompson (LUMC) represented Open PHACTS
We present the Open PHACTS linked data platform that is being developed to address a set of example drug discovery research questions and which supports several drug discovery applications. The platform retrieves data from many complementary, but overlapping, data sources to present an integrated view of the data. The platform…