Difference between revisions of "2014 Barcelona GOC Meeting Agenda"

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# With/From field cardinality proposal
 
# With/From field cardinality proposal
# Annotation extension relationships, preferably in a breakout group as well as in main meeting
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# Annotation extension relationships, preferably in a breakout group as well as in main meeting (Ruth)
# Discussion of catabolism and biosynthesis
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# Discussion of catabolism and biosynthesis (Pascale)
# Discussion on 'protein dimerization activity' vs. e.g. 'protein homotetramerization' (MF vs BP). See summary here: http://sourceforge.net/p/geneontology/ontology-requests/11087/
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# Discussion on 'protein dimerization activity' vs. e.g. 'protein homotetramerization' (MF vs BP). See summary here: http://sourceforge.net/p/geneontology/ontology-requests/11087/ (Paola)
 
# Refresher/overview of available TG templates
 
# Refresher/overview of available TG templates
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# CAT, Protein2GO (Claire)
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# LEGO models of annotation extensions (David OS)
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# PAINT Jamboree debrief, future directions (Huaiyu, Pascale)
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# Clarity vs Expressiveness in GO - striking a balance (David OS working on a white paper on this).
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# Progress in moving GO editing and annotation extension relations to OWL. (David OS)

Revision as of 15:34, 16 September 2014


COMING SOON .....


  1. With/From field cardinality proposal
  2. Annotation extension relationships, preferably in a breakout group as well as in main meeting (Ruth)
  3. Discussion of catabolism and biosynthesis (Pascale)
  4. Discussion on 'protein dimerization activity' vs. e.g. 'protein homotetramerization' (MF vs BP). See summary here: http://sourceforge.net/p/geneontology/ontology-requests/11087/ (Paola)
  5. Refresher/overview of available TG templates
  6. CAT, Protein2GO (Claire)
  7. LEGO models of annotation extensions (David OS)
  8. PAINT Jamboree debrief, future directions (Huaiyu, Pascale)
  9. Clarity vs Expressiveness in GO - striking a balance (David OS working on a white paper on this).
  10. Progress in moving GO editing and annotation extension relations to OWL. (David OS)