This FAIRsharing record describes: The Crop Ontology project is a service of the Integrated Breeding Platform to harmonize the traits measured by breeders. Crop Ontology provides trait names and standard variables that annotate precisely the trait observation made. CO is to be used from data capture with fieldbooks to storing data files in databases and repositories.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Standard Preanalytical Code (SPREC) identifies and records the main pre-analytical factors that may have impact on the integrity of sampled clinical fluids and solid biospecimens and their simple derivatives during collection, processing and storage. SPREC comprises 7 elements for both fluid and solid samples, defining the sample and primary container type, periods of cold and warm ischemia, and subsequent handling steps including speed and temperature of centrifugation and final storage temperature.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Observ-Tab is the tabular exchange format for Observ-OM. Observ-OM is a model to capture 'any' phenotype observation lead by ?EU-GEN2PHEN. Its purpose is to store individual and summary level observations in a uniform way to enable harmonization and interoperability of phenotypic and genotypic data across human genetics, model organisms and biobanks.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Flora Phenotype Ontology is a domain ontology for the description of plant characters. FLOPO contains more than 25000 phenotype and traits classes, the creation of FLOPO is data-driven: For each trait/phenotype class exists a taxon annotation in the underlying Floras.
This FAIRsharing record describes: This is reporting guideline for self-monitoring and quantified-self experiments and their use for research purposes
This FAIRsharing record describes: Standard reference for nomenclature and diagnostic criteria in toxicologic pathology.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Capturing high level information about scientific studies and the data that they produce, the CSMD is developed to support data collected within a facility?s scientific workflow. However the model is also designed to be generic across scientific disciplines and has application beyond facilities science, particularly in the ?structural sciences? (such as chemistry, material science, earth science, and biochemistry) which are concerned with analysing the structure of substances, and perform systematic experimental...
This FAIRsharing record describes: MIABIS represents the minimum information required to initiate collaborations between biobanks and to enable the exchange of biological samples and data. The aim is to facilitate the reuse of bio-resources and associated data by harmonizing biobanking and biomedical research.
This FAIRsharing record describes: This module identifies the minimum information required to report the use of quantification techniques in a proteomics experiment, sufficient to support both the effective interpretation and assessment of the data and the potential recreation of the results of the data analysis.
This FAIRsharing record describes: ?MIAPE ? Capillary Electrophoresis? (MIAPE-CE) is one module of the Minimal Information About a Proteomics Experiment (MIAPE) documentation system. MIAPE is developed by the Proteomics Standards Initiative of the Human Proteome Organisation (HUPO-PSI). It aims at delivering a set of technical guidelines representing the minimal information required to report and sufficiently support assessment and interpretation of a proteomics experiment. This MIAPE-CE module is the result of a coordinaded effort between a...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Analytical Information Markup Language (AnIML) is the emerging ASTM XML standard for analytical chemistry data. It is currently in pre-release form.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The IBP Wheat Plant Anatomy and Development Ontology defines growth stages of wheat and is part of the Crop Ontology (CO) project. The Crop Ontology has been created to compile validated concepts along with their inter-relationships on anatomy, structure and phenotype of Crops, on trait measurement and methods as well as on Germplasm with the multi-crop passport terms. The concepts of the CO are being used to curate agronomic databases and...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The International Transfer Format for Botanic Garden Plant Records, version 2 (ITF2) was developed in response to requests from Botanic Gardens to incorporate additional data fields for transfer within the Botanic Gardens and allow for a more flexible transfer format than the original transfer format outlined in ITF version 01.00. It is biased towards 'Conservation Type Data Fields', but incorporates a procedure allowing for additional data fields to be identified and...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The purpose of the Common Data Model (CDM) is to standardize the format and content of the observational data, so standardized applications, tools and methods can be applied to them.
This FAIRsharing record describes: odML is a format to collect and share metadata in an organized, human- and machine-readable way. The format specifies a hierarchical structure for storing arbitrary metadata as extended key-value pairs. It is inherently extensible and can be adapted flexibly to the specific requirements of any laboratory. Developed within the Neuroinformatics community, it is a generic format intended for all types of data.
This FAIRsharing record describes: A controlled vocabulary following ontological rules that describes named geographical locations. GAZ represents a first step towards an open source gazetteer, constructed on ontological principles, that describes places and place names and the relations between them.
This FAIRsharing record describes: This schema, expressed in XML, defines four elements which relate to the environmental monitoring object types: Programme, Activity, Network and Facility.
This FAIRsharing record describes: An ontology that describes various concepts in quantitative imaging biomarkers.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Genome Variation Format (GVF) is a very simple file format for describing sequence alteration features at nucleotide resolution relative to a reference genome.
This FAIRsharing record describes: "go-plus" is a standard, specialising in the fields described under "scope and data types", below. Until this entry is claimed, more information on this project can be found at http://geneontology.org. This text was generated automatically. If you work on the project responsible for "go-plus" then please consider helping us by claiming this record and updating it appropriately.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Variation Ontology, VariO, is an ontology for standardized, systematic description of effects, consequences and mechanisms of variations. VariO allows unambiguous description of variation effects as well as computerized analyses over databases utilizing the ontology for annotation. VariO is a position specific ontology that can be used to describe effects of variations on DNA, RNA and/or proteins.
This FAIRsharing record describes: An ontology to characterise differences in versions of computational models in biology
This FAIRsharing record describes: This guideline describes a set of best practices when using phenotype ontologies to annotate genomic variant files using GVF.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Data Model for Astronomical DataSet Characterisation defines the high level metadata necessary to describe the physical parameter space of observed or simulated astronomical data sets, such as 2D-images, data cubes, X-ray event lists, IFU data, etc.. The Characterisation data model is an abstraction which can be used to derive a structured description of any relevant data and thus to facilitate its discovery and scientific interpretation. The model aims at facilitating...
This FAIRsharing record describes: ToxML is an open data exchange standard that allows the representation and communication of toxicological and related data in a well-structured electronic format. The status of this format is uncertain as the homepage is no longer accessible.