This FAIRsharing record describes: The wiggle (WIG) format is an older format for display of dense, continuous data such as GC percent, probability scores, and transcriptome data. The bigWig format is the recommended format for almost all graphing track needs. For speed and efficiency, wiggle data is compressed and stored internally in 128 unique bins. This compression means that there is a minor loss of precision when data is exported from a wiggle track (i.e.,...
This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary for the source of an enzyme. It comprises terms for tissues, cell lines, cell types and cell cultures from uni- and multicellular organisms.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Synthetic Biology Open Language Visual (SBOL Visual) is an open-source graphical notation that uses schematic ?glyphs? to specify genetic parts, devices, modules, and systems.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) is a small, upper level ontology that is designed for use in supporting information retrieval, analysis and integration in scientific and other domains. BFO is a genuine upper ontology. Thus it does not contain physical, chemical, biological or other terms which would properly fall within the coverage domains of the special sciences. BFO is used by more than 250 ontology-driven endeavors throughout the world.
This FAIRsharing record describes: A demonstration of ontology construction as a general technique for coding ethograms and other descriptions of behavior into machine understandable forms. An ontology for courtship behavior of the spider Habronattus californicus.
This FAIRsharing record describes: PhyloXML is an XML language designed to describe phylogenetic trees (or networks) and associated data. PhyloXML provides elements for commonly used features, such as taxonomic information, gene names and identifiers, branch lengths, support values, and gene duplication and speciation events.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Vertebrate Trait Ontology is a controlled vocabulary for the description of traits (measurable or observable characteristics) pertaining to the morphology, physiology, or development of vertebrate organisms.
This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary of the anatomy and development of the Japanese medaka fish, Oryzias latipes.
This FAIRsharing record describes: SDTM provides a standard for organizing and formatting data to streamline processes in collection, management, analysis and reporting. Implementing SDTM supports data aggregation and warehousing; fosters mining and reuse; facilitates sharing; helps perform due diligence and other important data review activities; and improves the regulatory review and approval process. SDTM is also used in non-clinical data (SEND), medical devices and pharmacogenomics/genetics studies.
FAIRsharing record for: Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments
This FAIRsharing record describes: The aim of MIQE, coordinated by a group of research-active scientists, is to provide authors, reviewers and editors specifications for the minimum information that must be reported for a qPCR experiment in order to ensure its relevance, accuracy, correct interpretation and repeatability.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Clinical Measurement Ontology is designed to be used to standardize morphological and physiological measurement records generated from clinical and model organism research and health programs.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontology (NEMO) describes classes of event-related brain potentials (ERP) and their properties, including spatial, temporal, and functional (cognitive/behavioral) attributes, and data-level attributes (acquisition and analysis parameters). FAIRsharing curators have been unable to contact the project developers, and as such this record has been marked as Uncertain. Please contact us if you have any information on this resource.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Web Ontology Language (OWL) is a family of knowledge representation languages or ontology languages for authoring ontologies or knowledge bases. The languages are characterized by formal semantics and RDF/XML-based serializations for the Semantic Web. OWL is endorsed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and has attracted academic, medical and commercial interest. The OWL 2 Web Ontology Language, informally OWL 2, is an ontology language for the Semantic Web with...
OPL models the life cycle stage details of T.cruzi and two related kinetoplastids, Trypanosoma brucei and Leishmania major. In addition, the ontology also models necessary contextual details such as host information, vector information, strain and anatomical location. OPL is based on the Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) and follows the rules set by the OBO Foundry consortium.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Experimental Conditions Ontology is designed to represent the conditions under which physiological and morphological measurements are made both in the clinic and in studies involving humans or model organisms.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The scopes of molecular interactions and protein affinity reagents are largely overlapping but are also partially unique. This fact is reflected in the PSI-PAR CV, which contains the majority of the terms from the PSI-MI CV and an additional ?200 new terms as of its creation in 2009.
This FAIRsharing record describes: FuGEFlow represents a collaborative effort to develop of flow cytometry experimental workflow description based on the FuGE model. The Functional Genomics Experiment data model (FuGE) describes common aspects of comprehensive, high-throughput experiments. FuGE is an extendable model that provides a basis for creation of new technology-specific data formats, such as FuGEFlow for flow cytometry.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The IDO ontologies are designed as a set of interoperable ontologies that will together provide coverage of the infectious disease domain. At the core of the set is a general Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO-Core) of entities relevant to both biomedical and clinical aspects of most infectious diseases. Sub-domain specific extensions of IDO-Core complete the set providing ontology coverage of entities relevant to specific pathogens or diseases.
This FAIRsharing record describes: The Vaccine Ontology (VO) was created as part of an international community-based effort to represent vaccine knowledge and to support automated reasoning. VO describes the detailed classification and definitions of vaccine components and vaccine administration processes. The Vaccine Ontology is being used in a variety of applications by many user groups in academia and industry.
This FAIRsharing record describes: Define-XML transmits metadata that describes any tabular dataset structure. When used with the CDISC content standards, it provides the metadata for human and animal model datasets using the SDTM and/or SEND standards and analysis datasets using ADaM. Define-XML is required by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Japanese Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA) for every study in each electronic submission to inform the regulators which datasets,...
This FAIRsharing record describes: The NCBI Taxonomy is a database of taxonomic information. It does not follow a single taxonomic treatise but rather attempts to incorporate phylogenetic and taxonomic knowledge from a variety of sources, including the published literature, web-based databases, and the advice of sequence submitters and outside taxonomy experts.
This FAIRsharing record describes: A structured controlled vocabulary of Caenorhabditis elegans phenotypes .