Agroportal

agroportal

What is the agroportal platform?

In addition, the AgroPortal platform offers a terrain for pursuing important informatics and semantic web issues, such as semantic annotation, multilingual ontologies, metadata description, ontology engineering and alignment, and ontology recommendation, and will.

What crop-specific trait ontologies does the agroportal offer?

Currently, the AgroPortal hosts 19 crop-specific trait ontologies developed within the Crop Ontology project: Wheat, Rice, Cassava, Groundnut, Chickpea, Banana, Sweet potato, Cowpea, Soybean, Lentil, Pigeon pea, Sorghum, Pear millet, Maize, Groundnut, Castor bean, Mungbean, and Cassava.

Is BioPortal targeting agronomy users?

BioPortal was originally dedicated to health, biology and medicine and has some content related to agriculture, but the portal does covers few of the facets of agronomy, food, plant sciences and biodiversity, let alone environment and animal sciences. Therefore, many in the agronomy community do not see themselves as users targeted by BioPortal.

What is the long-term vision for agroportal?

The long-term vision for AgroPortal and BioPortal is an interconnected network of “bioportals” that will enable easy access to ontologies for anyone independently from where they are hosted and that could extend to ontology repository types beyond the NCBO technology.

How does agroportal handle artifact types?

While being an “ontology repository”, AgroPortal handles all these artifact types, if they are compatibly formatted.

Is BioPortal targeting agronomy users?

BioPortal was originally dedicated to health, biology and medicine and has some content related to agriculture, but the portal does covers few of the facets of agronomy, food, plant sciences and biodiversity, let alone environment and animal sciences. Therefore, many in the agronomy community do not see themselves as users targeted by BioPortal.

What crop-specific trait ontologies does the agroportal offer?

Currently, the AgroPortal hosts 19 crop-specific trait ontologies developed within the Crop Ontology project: Wheat, Rice, Cassava, Groundnut, Chickpea, Banana, Sweet potato, Cowpea, Soybean, Lentil, Pigeon pea, Sorghum, Pear millet, Maize, Groundnut, Castor bean, Mungbean, and Cassava.

What is the long-term vision for agroportal?

The long-term vision for AgroPortal and BioPortal is an interconnected network of “bioportals” that will enable easy access to ontologies for anyone independently from where they are hosted and that could extend to ontology repository types beyond the NCBO technology.

What can I do with the cbioportal?

The cBioPortal allows users to interrogate datasets across genes, samples, and data types, giving them the opportunity to examine a number of different biologically and/or clinically relevant hypotheses. The cBioPortal currently hosts more than 40 datasets from TCGA and other large-scale genomic studies, and makes them available for bulk download.

How does the cbioportal network map work?

The cBioPortal network map contains multiple layers of genomic information that can be filtered using its numerous features. Each node represents a single gene. The color-coded discs that appear when hovering over a node display the various genomic data, including copy number alterations, mutations, and mRNA expression differences.

What is the cbioportal for cancer genomics?

The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics provides visualization, analysis and download of large-scale cancer genomics data sets.

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