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#Background and motivation
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'''BIRN Ontology Workshop 2006'''
#* Brief overview of major biological problems BIRN seeks to address
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#* Discuss current capabilities and challenges related to ontologies in BIRN
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===Feb 28===
#Tools
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#<b>Background and motivation (9AM-10AM)</b>
#* Tutorial on Protégé and some of its more advanced features (examples from other ontology projects)
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#* Brief overview of major biological problems BIRN seeks to address <b>[BIRN]</b>
#* Expressing biological concepts in terms of an ontology
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#*<b>10-10:15am</b>Break
#**   --Example scenarios from current cBiO Core 3 projects (sequence data annotation, PaTO)
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#<b>Tools (10:15AM-Noon)</b>
#**   --Possible future directions (formal relation ontologies and composed annotations)
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#*      Discussion and presentation of tools used by BIRN (e.g., Bonfire, Mediator) <b>[BIRN]</b>
#**   --Image annotation with ontologies
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#* Tutorial on Protégé and plugins (examples from other ontology projects) <b>[Stanford]</b>
#Content
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#* Discussion
#* Look at ontologies used by BIRN in depth (send out BIRN ontologies for us to review in advance)
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#<b>Ontology Usage (1PM-5PM)</b>
#* Best practices; lessons learned from other ontology development projects (Barry Smith)
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#*<b>1-2:30pm</b>  Example scenarios from current cBiO Core 3 projects (sequence data annotation, PaTO, epressing biological concepts in terms of an ontology; annotation tools) <b>[Stanford]</b>
#Potential Applications: what do we need to get there from here?
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#*<b>2:30-3pm</b> Break
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#*<b>3-4pm</b>  Possible future directions (formal relation ontologies, composed annotations, image annotation with ontologies) <b>[Stanford]</b>
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#*<b>4-5pm</b> Discussion
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===Mar 1===
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#<b>Basics of Ontologies (9AM-Noon)</b>
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#*<b>9-10am</b> Discuss current capabilities and challenges related to ontologies in BIRN <b>[BIRN]</b>
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#*<b>10-10:30</b>Break
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#*<b>10:30-11:30</b>      How to Build an Ontology <b>[Barry]</b>
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#*<b>11:30-noon</b> The Ontology of Relations <b>[Barry]</b>
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#<b>Content (1PM-3PM)</b>
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#*<b>1-2pm</b> Best practices; lessons learned from other ontology development projects <b>[Barry]</b>
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#*<b>2-3pm</b> Look at ontologies used by BIRN in depth (send out BIRN ontologies for us to review in advance)
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#**      BIRN Ontologies: An Overview <b>[Barry]</b>
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#*<b>3-3:30pm</b>Break
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#<b>Potential Applications: what do we need to get there from here? (3:30PM-5PM) [Barry and Nigam]</b>
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#*      What tools to be developed, what content should be put into OWL, what tools cBiO is developing
 
#* Integrate multi-scale, multi-modality (images, molecular, functional) data for discovery
 
#* Integrate multi-scale, multi-modality (images, molecular, functional) data for discovery
 
#* Computer reasoning with neuroanatomical/spatial component of Neuroscience data
 
#* Computer reasoning with neuroanatomical/spatial component of Neuroscience data

Latest revision as of 15:04, 1 December 2014

BIRN Ontology Workshop 2006

Feb 28

  1. Background and motivation (9AM-10AM)
    • Brief overview of major biological problems BIRN seeks to address [BIRN]
    • 10-10:15amBreak
  2. Tools (10:15AM-Noon)
    • Discussion and presentation of tools used by BIRN (e.g., Bonfire, Mediator) [BIRN]
    • Tutorial on Protégé and plugins (examples from other ontology projects) [Stanford]
    • Discussion
  3. Ontology Usage (1PM-5PM)
    • 1-2:30pm Example scenarios from current cBiO Core 3 projects (sequence data annotation, PaTO, epressing biological concepts in terms of an ontology; annotation tools) [Stanford]
    • 2:30-3pm Break
    • 3-4pm Possible future directions (formal relation ontologies, composed annotations, image annotation with ontologies) [Stanford]
    • 4-5pm Discussion

Mar 1

  1. Basics of Ontologies (9AM-Noon)
    • 9-10am Discuss current capabilities and challenges related to ontologies in BIRN [BIRN]
    • 10-10:30Break
    • 10:30-11:30 How to Build an Ontology [Barry]
    • 11:30-noon The Ontology of Relations [Barry]
  2. Content (1PM-3PM)
    • 1-2pm Best practices; lessons learned from other ontology development projects [Barry]
    • 2-3pm Look at ontologies used by BIRN in depth (send out BIRN ontologies for us to review in advance)
      • BIRN Ontologies: An Overview [Barry]
    • 3-3:30pmBreak
  3. Potential Applications: what do we need to get there from here? (3:30PM-5PM) [Barry and Nigam]
    • What tools to be developed, what content should be put into OWL, what tools cBiO is developing
    • Integrate multi-scale, multi-modality (images, molecular, functional) data for discovery
    • Computer reasoning with neuroanatomical/spatial component of Neuroscience data