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Revision as of 09:49, 15 October 2012

Introduction

Co-Organizers

  • Andrea Splendiani
  • Andra Waagmeester
  • Eric Prud'hommeaux
  • Toshiaki Katayama
  • Ismael Navas delgado

Description

The SWAT4LS Hackathon is an informal event associated with the SWAT4LS Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences Workshops Series.

Scope of the event is to bring together experts and enthusiasts in the application of semantic technologies in healthcare and life science for open discussion and jam coding sessions. The Hackathon will be organized on the 28th of November 2012 at La Cantine, Paris (for more information, please refer to the workshop website) and it is open to workshop participants and not (registration is required and space is limited!).

Projects and institutes that have already expressed their interest in attending include:

While the agenda will be open, we are coordinating ideas that can be developd at the network in advance, to maximize the utility of the day. Co-organizers for each community will help gathering ideas and finding point of contacts.

Information and registrations

For information, info _at_ swat4ls.org

Registrations are handled via Eventbrite

Hashtag

#swat4lshack

Open PHACTS community

Contact Point

Andra Waagmeester

Proposed action points

  1. Consume Open PHACTS content in Pathway tools
  2. Using http://identifiers.org
  3. Create an example set of valuable queries
  4. Visualizing output

Confirmed Participants

  • Kees Burger
  • Maria Carmen Carra
  • Ian Dunlop
  • Chris Evelo
  • Paul Goth
  • Tim Harder
  • Carina Haupt
  • Nick Juty
  • Camille Laibe
  • Antonis Loizou
  • Oriol Lopez
  • Guillermo C. Martínez
  • Nuria Queralt
  • Rishi Ramgolam
  • Mark Thompson
  • Egon Willighagen

WikiPathways community

Contact Point

Andra Waagmeester

Proposed action points

  1. Exploring WikiPathways RDF content, making default queries
  2. Using Pathvisio RPC.

Confirmed Participants

  • Chris Evelo
  • Martina Kutmon
  • Alex Pico

Database Center for Life Sciences Community / BioHackathon

Contact Point

Toshiaki Katayama

Proposed action points

W3C HCLS Community

Contact Point

Eric Prud'hommeaux

Proposed action points

BioPAX Community

Contact Point

Ismael Navas Delgado

Proposed action points

Confirmed Participants

  • Ismael Navas Delgado
  • Andrea Splendiani

Resources

  • PathwayCommons SPARQL endpoint. Endpoint over all BioPAX representations in PathwayCommons
  • Cytoscape plugin to visualize and interact with RDF knwoledge bases (new!)
  • BioQueries: social site to build SPARQL queries
  • Open PHACTS rdf guidelines: http://www.openphacts.org/specs/2012/WD-rdfguide-20120823/