81 Works

Ambit.Js: Release 0.0.2

Egon Willighagen
Second release: extended support for the Substance API initial support for the Bundle API examples online at http://enanomapper.github.io/ambit.js/ API documentation online at http://enanomapper.github.io/ambit.js/api/

Bodr: Bodr 10

Egon Willighagen
Release notes are available from: http://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/the-blue-obelisk-data-repositorys-10.html

Capturing reuse in altmetrics

Egon Willighagen
A brief idea

Larsgw/Citation.Js V0.3.1

Lars Willighagen & Egon Willighagen
Added Options parameter in parseInput and parseInputAsync Option for max parsing chain length Option to generate parsing chain data in _graph property Option to force type when parsing Changed Options API in Cite and Cite.async Cite(data, outputOptions) // BECOMES Cite(data, { ...parsingOptions, output: outputOptions }) Author ordinal in Wikidata props is now a property _ordinal instead of an array element Parsing invalid dates now returns input as literal date instead of an empty date-parts Refactored...

Larsgw/Citation.Js V0.3.3

Lars Willighagen & Egon Willighagen
Added A lot of Wikidata entry type mappings Support for option-less piping stdin -> stdout in the CLI Changed Greatly improve name parsing Wikidata entry type default is now book to align with, among other things, BibTeX Fixed Unknown Wikidata entry type now actually defaults to something CLI now uses the API changed in 0.3.1

Larsgw/Citation.Js V0.3.3

Lars Willighagen & Egon Willighagen
Added A lot of Wikidata entry type mappings Support for option-less piping stdin -> stdout in the CLI Changed Greatly improve name parsing Wikidata entry type default is now book to align with, among other things, BibTeX Fixed Unknown Wikidata entry type now actually defaults to something CLI now uses the API changed in 0.3.1

Larsgw/Citation.Js V0.3.2

Lars Willighagen & Egon Willighagen
Added New Wikidata field mappings (see #76) Changed BibTeX name field output now uses reverse notation Main parsing function aliases/shortcuts: Cite.normalise() -> Cite.input() Cite.normaliseAsync() -> Cite.inputAsync()

Ops4J: Release 0.0.1

Egon Willighagen, StaffanArvidsson & Peter Ansell
First release of the Java client for Open PHACTS that I created some time ago for the R package ("ropenphacts") and the Bioclipse manager. support for the 1.4 and 1.5 API

Deliverable Report D1.1 Requirements Analysis And Systems Design

Barry Hardy Markus Hegi
The objective of WP 1 is, to enable the communication between the eNanoMapper project and the wider nanosafety community and to ensure the alignment of the objectives of eNanoMapper with the needs of the community. At the start of the project, an extensive requirements analysis was conducted and based on the results, an overall system design was worked out. The process was based on the methodology of Contextual Design and included five steps, each building...

Deliverable Report D2.1 Framework And Infrastructure For Ontology Development, Versioning And Dissemination

Egon Willighagen Janna Hastings
The eNanoMapper project aims to build an ontology and database to collate and describe data relevant for “safe by design” engineered nanomaterial development. Work Package 2 of this effort will develop and disseminate a comprehensive ontology for the nanosafety domain, encompassing nanomaterials and all information relating to their characterization, as well as relevant experimental paradigms, biological interactions and safety information. This deliverable report describes the technical infrastructure that has been created in order to support...

Scholia - March 2017

Finn Årup Nielsen, Daniel Mietchen & Egon Willighagen
Scholia Python package, including its web service. Packaged for workshop paper March 2017.

Scholia And Scientometrics With Wikidata

Finn Årup Nielsen, Daniel Mietchen & Egon Willighagen
Scholia is a tool to handle scientific bibliographic information through Wikidata. The Scholia Web service creates on-the-fly scholarly profiles for researchers, organizations, journals, publishers, individual scholarly works, and for research topics. To collect the data, it queries the SPARQL-based Wikidata Query Service. Among several display formats available in Scholia are lists of publications for individual researchers and organizations, publications per year, employment timelines, as well as coauthor and topic networks and citation graphs. The Python...

Scholia And Scientometrics With Wikidata

Finn Årup Nielsen, Daniel Mietchen & Egon Willighagen
Scholia is a tool to handle scientific bibliographic information through Wikidata. The Scholia Web service creates on-the-fly scholarly profiles for researchers, organizations, journals, publishers, individual scholarly works, and for research topics. To collect the data, it queries the SPARQL-based Wikidata Query Service. Among several display formats available in Scholia are lists of publications for individual researchers and organizations, publications per year, employment timelines, as well as coauthor and topic networks and citation graphs. The Python...

Enanomapper/Ontologies: Final Release Of Enanomapper Ontology

JKChang, Janna Hastings, Egon Willighagen, Fehrhart & Lrieswijk
v4.0 of the eNanoMapper Ontology (ENM) covers 10,881 classes, compared with 8407 classes in version 3. What's new in eNM V4.0: 162 New modelling-related terms selected by NTUA have been added to cover experimental and calculated (image analysis and algorithm-derived) descriptors. Around 200 new terms have been added as a result of input from the NanoSafety Cluster Community (NANoREG, Nano WG and NECID etc.). As a byproduct of the development of the eNanoMapper Ontology, interaction...

Enanomapper/Ontologies: Final Release Of Enanomapper Ontology

JKChang, Janna Hastings, Egon Willighagen, Fehrhart & Lrieswijk
v4.0 of the eNanoMapper Ontology (ENM) covers 10,881 classes, compared with 8407 classes in version 3. What's new in eNM V4.0: 162 New modelling-related terms selected by NTUA have been added to cover experimental and calculated (image analysis and algorithm-derived) descriptors. Around 200 new terms have been added as a result of input from the NanoSafety Cluster Community (NANoREG, Nano WG and NECID etc.). As a byproduct of the development of the eNanoMapper Ontology, interaction...

Doi For Wprdf Paper

Andrawaag, Egon Willighagen, Alexander Pico & Anders Riutta
Java source for conversion of WikiPathways GPML to triples

rrdf: Release 2.2.1

Egon Willighagen, Ryan Kohl & Carl Boettiger
This release has the following changes: adds (unit) testing with the testthat package adds a tripleCount(store) method some documentation improvements typo in package description now lists all formats in asString() add.data.triple() and load.rdf() should now stop() when exceptions happen (closes #10) add.data.triple() now checks the data type given sparql.remote() now discusses bif:contains (closes #32) now uses missing() instead of is.null() for input checking (addresses #34)

ops.js: OPS.js 3.0.0 for Open PHACTS 1.4 API

Ian Dunlop, Elblood, Egon Willighagen & Andrawaag
Javascript library for requesting information from the Open PHACTS API and parsing responses. Version 3.0.0 is compatible with the 1.4 API (and should be backwards compatible with 1.3). Includes Disease API calls and compound/target batch.

ops.js: OPS.js 4.0.0 for Open PHACTS 1.4 API

Ian Dunlop, Egon Willighagen, Elblood, Andrawaag & PANDORINO
Javascript library for requesting information from the Open PHACTS API and parsing responses. Version 4.0.0 is compatible with the 1.4 API (and should be backwards compatible with 1.3). Includes Disease API calls and compound/target batch. New release created due to change of response from pathways by target.

ops.js: OPS.js 5.0.0 for Open PHACTS 1.4 API

Ian Dunlop, Egon Willighagen, Elblood, Andrawaag & PANDORINO
Javascript library for requesting information from the Open PHACTS API and parsing responses. Version 5.0.0 is compatible with the 1.4 API (and may be backwards compatible with 1.3 for most API calls). New release created due to change of response from target & compound class pharmacology.

Deliverable Report D5.6 User Application For Conformance To Reporting And Curation Standards

Jiakang Chang Linda Rieswijk
The eNanoMapper project aims to build an ontology and database to collate and describe data relevant for “safe by design” engineered nanomaterial development. Within the nanosafety domain several projects have initiated the development of standards for data reporting and curation. With this deliverable we show how the ontology can be used to test the data completeness within the eNanoMapper database, according to these approved standards, which is tested with the use of SPARQL queries. To...

Deliverable Report D2.2 Ontology Content Types And Existing Community Efforts

Gareth Owen Janna Hastings
The eNanoMapper project aims to build an ontology and database to collate and describe data relevant for “safe by design” engineered nanomaterial development. Work Package 2 of this effort will develop and disseminate a comprehensive ontology for the nanosafety domain, encompassing nanomaterials and all information relating to their characterization, as well as relevant experimental paradigms, biological interactions and safety information. This deliverable report describes the primary content areas within the nanomaterial safety domain which need...

Deliverable Report D2.3 Ontology Initial Release

Egon Willighagen Janna Hastings
The eNanoMapper project aims to build an ontology and database to collate and describe data relevant for “safe by design” engineered nanomaterial development. Work Package 2 of this effort is developing and disseminating a comprehensive ontology for the nanosafety domain, encompassing nanomaterials and all information relating to their characterization, as well as relevant experimental paradigms, biological interactions and safety information. This deliverable report describes the initial release of the ontology, including the content and organization,...

Edamontology/Edamontology: Edam 1.19

Matúš Kalaš, Hervé Ménager, Egon Willighagen & Jon Ison
N.B.: For a version of these notes with clickable issues with tooltips, see https://github.com/edamontology/edamontology/releases/tag/1.19 Summary of changes Various deprecations, synonyms, and rearrangements in the Operation sub-ontology Clean-up of technical artifacts: most newlines and all tab characters removed (from definitions etc.), corrections of wrong created_in-s, corrections of deprecated concepts (subset-s, relations, replacement concepts, etc.) Clean-up of the git repo Changes and additions of concepts related to electron microscopy Other updates (e.g. among Identifiers and Formats) Changes in...

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