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Development of an Ontology for an Integrated Image Analysis Platform to enable Global Sharing of Microscopy Imaging Data

@article{Kume2016DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of an Ontology for an Integrated Image Analysis Platform to enable Global Sharing of Microscopy Imaging Data},
  author={Satoshi Kume and Hiroshi Masuya and Yosky Kataoka and Norio Kobayashi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/2110.10407}
}
Imaging data is one of the most important fundamentals in the current life sciences. We aimed to construct an ontology to describe imaging metadata as a data schema of the integrated database for optical and electron microscopy images combined with various bio-entities. To realise this, we applied Resource Description Framework (RDF) to an Open Microscopy Environment (OME) data model, which is the de facto standard to describe optical microscopy images and experimental data. We translated the… 

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