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Supporting Ontology-Based Standardization of Biomedical Metadata in the CEDAR Workbench

@inproceedings{Romero2017SupportingOS,
  title={Supporting Ontology-Based Standardization of Biomedical Metadata in the CEDAR Workbench},
  author={M. Romero and M. O'Connor and Michael Dorf and J. Vendetti and D. Willrett and Attila L. Egyedi and John Graybeal and M. Musen},
  booktitle={ICBO},
  year={2017}
}
  • M. Romero, M. O'Connor, +5 authors M. Musen
  • Published in ICBO 2017
  • Computer Science
  • The availability of associated descriptive metadata for scientific datasets is important for discovering and reproducing scientific experiments. The use of ontologies has become a key focus for increasing the quality of these metadata. Despite the wide availability of biomedical ontologies, scientists wishing to use these ontologies when developing metadata descriptions face a number of practical difficulties. A core difficulty is the lack of tools for developing ontology-linked metadata… CONTINUE READING

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