Ontologies in Quantitative Biology: A Basis for Comparison, Integration, and Discovery

Abstract

Biology is rapidly changing from a descriptive to a data-driven discipline in which the discovery of novel findings depends on the comparison and integration of massive data sets. As a consequence, ontologies—systematic descriptions of specific biological attributes—are becoming more and more important for describing the existing biological knowledge… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000374

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@inproceedings{Jensen2010OntologiesIQ, title={Ontologies in Quantitative Biology: A Basis for Comparison, Integration, and Discovery}, author={Lars Juhl Jensen and Peer Bork}, booktitle={PLoS biology}, year={2010} }