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Michel: About revision of OMIM in
RDF via Bio2RDF
... occasional revision is necessary due to changes
... so Michel picked OMIM for a revision because it seemed pretty out of date
<michel> omim entry - http://www.omim.org/entry/608547
Michel: plan to talk to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to offer RDF dump for their web page.
Scott: Possibly offer SPARQL endpoint that they could link to..?
Michel: Yes, this is a general question for data sources. Area of exploration.
<michel> omim api - http://www.omim.org/api
Michel: API is *much* better and
more complete than the data dump!
..Example: allelicVariantList isn't available in the downloadable data dump but is available via API (see Entry section of help URL above).
... update is in process, downloading now.
Scott: General question about SPARQL to SQL vs. SPARQL to set of APIs
Michel: Bio2RDF started out with
an approach of dynamically calling e-Utils and converting on
... Since then, we've started downloading data wholesale and converting it to RDF.
Scott: Ever consider a procedural attachment to SPARQL query (ala SADI) and converting the results?
Michel: Yes, we've done things like that in SADI/SHARE but you can take a performance hit.
Scott: Where specifically do you take the performance hit?
Michel: If you have a large scan
of 10,000 rows, it could translate to 10,000 API calls.
... For example, OMIM can translate into 10 entries per request.
... If there are no questions, we'll move on to Richard's work.
<michel> rich discussing FDA PGx biomarkers
is the manually edited version of the table extracted from the
link that Scott posted above.
... fda-active-moiety-string-name-rxnorm-mapping.csv was made using the NCBO Annotator
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Scott: What kind of server? (it's a little slow, a few seconds to respond)
Richard: Using D2R server. Have resorted to dumping RDF and loading into Virtuoso for speed (see e-mail for link to Virtuoso server).
<boycer> Known Issues (July 2012)
<michel> topic - pharmgkb genotype phenotype association
<michel> will be working to i) do mappings and ii) normalize phenotypes
<bobf> apologies - I need to drop off
<michel> Chair: michel
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