OnEX: Exploring changes in life science ontologies

  title={OnEX: Exploring changes in life science ontologies},
  author={Michael Hartung and Toralf Kirsten and Anika Gro\ss and Erhard Rahm},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  pages={250 - 250}
Numerous ontologies have recently been developed in life sciences to support a consistent annotation of biological objects, such as genes or proteins. These ontologies underlie continuous changes which can impact existing annotations. Therefore, it is valuable for users of ontologies to study the stability of ontologies and to see how many and what kind of ontology changes occurred. We present OnEX (Ontology Evolution EXplorer) a system for exploring ontology changes. Currently, OnEX provides… CONTINUE READING
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