Ontology meeting 2012-08-29
From GO Public
CHEBI PAPER UPDATE
How's it looking after Chris' meeting with Tanya and David?
Tanya reporting: a few sections were moved around to sound less methody; David will add a bit more, and a couple of tables will be added, one with a X-product example.
- These cross-products are now in the main ontology files. Tanya and David have gone though the no-parse list and cleaned up the ontology. All of the rest of the terms in the no-parse list are either not chemicals or are proteins.
Tanya reporting: example: water not a chemical stimulus but an abiotic stimululs, since the responses are actually more to pressure than to water as a chemical. "response to" any proteins: CHEBI will not have proteins so won't get X-products yet.
- What's the time-frame for a 'response to' template in TG1?
X-products are now in GO-XP-CHEBI, so Heiko can proceed; will use Midori's SF items to test (within hours! this is done and tested.. 'cellular response to' not yet ready for template form).
PROTEIN LOCALIZATION_TO TEMPLATE
- The localization terms in GO have been standardized to 'localization to' (except the maintenance ones, which have remained as 'maintenance of localization in'.
- Can the TG template be created now based on Chris' SOP? 
Chris will do a final parse to add missing logical defs to TG template, then can proceed. relationships: same relatiohsip used in CHEBI for transport.
Where we're up to, and what to do next?
CJM (via email with subject: adding inserted links to gene_ontology_write.obo):
- I think all will be well if we only assert/retract subclass axioms only. That way you don't get equivalence axioms materialized as relationships.
- I think the easiest way is an option in Oort that masks this step. Or in fact Heiko if we just to do this directly as an owltools command (DavidOS has a tracker item for this anyway). E.g. "--assert-inferred-subclass-axioms" with a sub-option for removing redundant ones.
- We have to get away from asserting these in the editors file though. The options are abandone oboedit or allow Elk to be called from within OE.
OORT contains now a standalone tool to assert inferences: obo-assert-inferences Usage: obo-assert-inferences editors/gene_ontology_write.obo editors/go_xp_chebi.obo extensions/bio-chebi.owl
This will assert the inferences in gene_ontology_write.obo, to write it into a different file first, specify an output file with the -o
Becky will try Heiko's script; this will add the inferences made for the chemical terms.
Lego plugin demo on Sept 4th: would be good if all Cam-editors can attend. Tanya and David have experience in adding LEGO examples into Protege, so can bug them for their expertise in the meantime.