Bioschemas: From Potato Salad to Protein Annotation

Alasdair J. G. Gray, Carole Goble, Rafael C. Jimenez, Bioschemas Community

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Abstract

The life sciences have a wealth of data resources with a wide range of overlapping content. Key repositories, such as UniProt for protein data or Entrez Gene for gene data, are well known and their content easily discovered through search engines. However, there is a long-tail of bespoke datasets with important content that are not so prominent in search results. Building on the success of Schema.org for making a wide range of structured web content more discoverable and interpretable, e.g. food recipes, the Bioschemas community (http://bioschemas.org) aim to make life sciences datasets more findable by encouraging data providers to embed Schema.org markup in their resources.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the ISWC 2017 Posters & Demonstrations and Industry Tracks
PublisherCEUR-WS
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event16th International Semantic Web Conference - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 23 Oct 201725 Oct 2017

Publication series

NameCEUR Workshop Proceedings
PublisherCEUR-WS
Volume1963
ISSN (Print)1613-0073

Conference

Conference16th International Semantic Web Conference
Abbreviated titleISWC2017
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period23/10/1725/10/17

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Bioschemas Community (2017). Bioschemas: From Potato Salad to Protein Annotation. In Proceedings of the ISWC 2017 Posters & Demonstrations and Industry Tracks (CEUR Workshop Proceedings; Vol. 1963). CEUR-WS.
Bioschemas Community. / Bioschemas: From Potato Salad to Protein Annotation. Proceedings of the ISWC 2017 Posters & Demonstrations and Industry Tracks. CEUR-WS, 2017. (CEUR Workshop Proceedings).
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