Who's using EnvO?
The list below features current users of the Environment Ontology. Please let us know if you're using EnvO and have not been mentioned or if you know of any other users!
|Gramene ||As an information resource, Gramene's purpose is to provide added value to data sets available within the public sector, which will facilitate researchers' ability to understand the grass genomes and take advantage of genomic sequence known in one species for identifying and understanding corresponding genes, pathways and phenotypes in other grass species. ||Click here |
|Influenza Ontology ||The Influenza Ontology is an application ontology covering the numerous aspects if influenza virus basic research, and surveillance. The influenza ontology extends the Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO). ||Click here |
|ISA software suite ||An open source ISA software suite and an extensible hierarchical data structure implemented by a growing number of international public resources. It caters to data as diverse as stem cell, toxicogenomics, environmental gene surveys, microbial diversity studies, and a variety of metabolomics and metagenomics-based studies. But it maintains cross-domain compatibility in the way the experimental context is described. ||Click here |
|NCBO Annotator ||A Web service that tags free text with ontology concepts. NCBO uses these Web services to annotate resources in the NCBO Resource Index to create an ontology index of these resources. This Web service can be accessed through BioPortal or used directly in your software. Currently, the annotation workflow is based on syntactic concept recognition (using concept names and synonyms) and on a set of semantic expansion algorithms that leverage the semantics in ontologies (e.g., is_a relations). Our service methodology leverages ontologies to create annotations of raw text and returns them using semantic web standards. ||Click here |
|NCBO Resource Index ||The NCBO Resource Index is a system for ontology based annotation and indexing of biomedical data; the key functionality of this system is to enable users to locate biomedical data resources related to particular concepts. A set of annotations is generated automatically and presented through integration with BioPortal, enabling researchers to search for biomedical resources associated (annotated) with specific ontology terms. This service uses a concept recognizer (developed by the National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics, University of Michigan) to produce a set of annotations and expand them using ontology is_a relations. ||Click here |
|International Census of Marine Microbes (ICoMM) ||The International Census of Marine Microbes (ICoMM) will facilitate the inventory of marine microbial diversity developing a strategy to (1) catalogue all known diversity of single-cell organisms inclusive of the Bacteria, Archaea, Protista and associated viruses, (2) to explore and discover unknown microbial diversity, and (3) to place that knowledge into appropriate ecological and evolutionary contexts. ||Click here |
|Minimum information about a marker gene sequence (MIMARKS) and minimum information about any (x) sequence (MIxS) specifications ||The minimum information about a marker gene sequence (MIMARKS) and minimum information about any (x) sequence (MIxS) standards developed by the Genomic Standards Consortium (GSC) are designed to provide tailored checklists for describing the environment from which a biological sample originates. These standards aim to enhance the ability to analyze natural genetic diversity documented by massive DNA sequencing efforts from myriad ecosystems in our ever-changing biosphere. ||Click here |
|megx.net ||Megx.net allows access to integrated environmental and (meta)genomic data intended for use in marine microbial ecology ||Click here |
|Environments-EOL ||A project aiming at processing the Encyclopedia of Life's (EOL) Taxon pages to extract descriptions of their environmental context. Such input will subsequently employed to answer integrative large-scale biological questions (Funded by the EOL Rubenstein Fellows Program) ||Click here |
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