- comment: Date of release: 1 February 2017
- comment: SWO and EDAM include some terms released under CC-BY license from the OBO Foundry. We acknowledge those with the use of the OBO PURLs were appropriate. Some of the definitions have been modified from the original; for the latest original definition please visit the URI.
- comment: The Software Ontology (SWO) is a resource for describing software tools, their types, tasks, versions, provenance and associated data. It contains SWO-specific classes and axioms as well as imported information from a variety of sources including OBI, IAO, BFO and EDAM. Please note that EDAM is imported as a whole and as such, some comments in the ontology header directly relate to EDAM only.
- creator: James Malone, Helen Parkinson, Allyson Lister, Andy Brown, Duncan Hull, Hervé Ménager, Jon Ison, Matúš Kalaš, Nandini Badarinarayan, Robert Stevens
- date: 31.10.2016 23:58 GMT
- format: application/rdf+xml
- title: Bioinformatics operations, data types, formats, identifiers and topics
- versionInfo: 0.4
- versionInfo: 1.6
- Version: 1.16
- default-relationship-id-prefix: EDAM
- hasSubset: concept_properties "EDAM concept properties"; data "EDAM types of data"; edam "EDAM"; formats "EDAM data formats"; identifiers "EDAM types of identifiers"; operations "EDAM operations"; relations "EDAM relations"; topics "EDAM topics"
- idspace: EDAM_topic http://edamontology.org/topic_ "EDAM topics"; EDAM_format http://edamontology.org/format_ "EDAM data formats"; EDAM_operation http://edamontology.org/operation_ "EDAM operations"; EDAM_data http://edamontology.org/data_ "EDAM types of data"; EDAM http://edamontology.org/ "EDAM relations and concept properties"
- isDefinedBy: http://edamontology.org/EDAM.owl
- next_id: 3791
- page: http://edamontology.org/page
- remark: EDAM is an ontology of well established, familiar concepts that are prevalent within bioinformatics, including types of data and data identifiers, data formats, operations and topics. EDAM is a simple ontology - essentially a set of terms with synonyms and definitions - organised into an intuitive hierarchy for convenient use by curators, software developers and end-users. EDAM is suitable for large-scale semantic annotations and categorisation of diverse bioinformatics resources. EDAM is also suitable for diverse application including for example within workbenches and workflow-management systems, software distributions, and resource registries.; EDAM editors: Jon Ison, Matus Kalas, and Herve Menager. Contributors: Inge Jonassen, Dan Bolser, Hamish McWilliam, Mahmut Uludag, James Malone, Rodrigo Lopez, Steve Pettifer, and Peter Rice. Contibutions from these projects: EMBRACE, ELIXIR, and BioMedBridges (EU); EMBOSS (BBSRC, UK); eSysbio, FUGE Bioinformatics Platform, and ELIXIR.NO/Norwegian Bioinformatics Platform (Research Council of Norway). See http://edamontology.org for documentation and licence.
- savedBy: Jon Ison, Matus Kalas, Hervé Ménager
Number of Terms (including imported terms) (Detailed Statistics)
Number of SPARQL queries:8