CODO: An Ontology for Collection and Analysis of Covid-19 Data

@article{Dutta2020CODOAO,
  title={CODO: An Ontology for Collection and Analysis of Covid-19 Data},
  author={Biswanath Dutta and Michael DeBellis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2009.01210}
}
The COviD-19 Ontology for cases and patient information (CODO) provides a model for the collection and analysis of data about the COVID-19 pandemic. The ontology provides a standards-based open-source model that facilitates the integration of data from heterogeneous data sources. The ontology was designed by analysing disparate COVID-19 data sources such as datasets, literature, services, etc. The ontology follows the best practices for vocabularies by re-using concepts from other leading… 

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