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Revision as of 09:04, 30 May 2007

The purpose of the Software and Utilities group (SWUG) is to support both the GOC and the user community with technical, software, bioinformatics and computer-science related matters. In addition, this group will help drive the GOC through the research and provision of new computational technologies and methodologies relating to ontologies and ontology-based data analysis. This group is responsible for creating, clarifying and extending the common model that underpins all of GO. Ontology development tools are necessary for the Ontology Development group to perform its function. In addition, the Annotation Outreach group and wider community need means of exploring and utilizing GO and existing annotations. This group complements all the other groups.

Software and Utilities group summary

Meetings

  • March 14 2007 -

Past Meetings:

Forthcoming meetings:

Schedule to be decided

Mail List

Send to mailing list:

To subsscribe, email software-group-request@geneontology.org with 'subscribe' in the body of the email


Resources

Wiki

All software-and-utilities pages on the wiki should go in the wikispace SWUG (SoftWare Utilities Group)

Projects

OBO-Edit

Technical articles:

AmiGO

AmiGO working group

GO database and go-perl

Main page: http://www.godatabase.org

go-dev: http://www.godatabase.org/dev/


go-dev Code Org : Thoughts on the organization of go-dev source.

GoDB loading Proposal for refactoring go-full loads

SO

Main page: http://www.sequenceontology.org

MiSO

CVS http://song.cvs.sourceforge.net/song/software/scripts/miSO

browser http://song.sf.net/SO_view/index.html

Cross-products in SO

SO contains cross-product definitions of many composite terms. See SO Cross Products for the methodology.

Obol

http://www.berkeleybop.org/obol