BioHackathon 2015: Semantics of data for life sciences and reproducible research
Vos, Rutger A.
Kim, Jin Dong
Aoki, Nobuyuki P.
Bolleman, Jerven T.
Bonnal, Raoul J.P.
Cohen, Kevin B.
Deutsch, Eric W.
Fernández-Breis, Jesualdo T.
Kim, Jee Hyub
Kinjo, Akira R.
Perret, Jean Luc
Wei, Chih Hsuan
Yoshizawa, Akiyasu C.
KAUST DepartmentBio-Ontology Research Group (BORG)
Computational Bioscience Research Center (CBRC)
Computer Science Program
Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division
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AbstractWe report on the activities of the 2015 edition of the BioHackathon, an annual event that brings together researchers and developers from around the world to develop tools and technologies that promote the reusability of biological data. We discuss issues surrounding the representation, publication, integration, mining and reuse of biological data and metadata across a wide range of biomedical data types of relevance for the life sciences, including chemistry, genotypes and phenotypes, orthology and phylogeny, proteomics, genomics, glycomics, and metabolomics. We describe our progress to address ongoing challenges to the reusability and reproducibility of research results, and identify outstanding issues that continue to impede the progress of bioinformatics research. We share our perspective on the state of the art, continued challenges, and goals for future research and development for the life sciences Semantic Web.
CitationVos, R. A., Katayama, T., Mishima, H., Kawano, S., Kawashima, S., Kim, J.-D., … Yamamoto, Y. (2020). BioHackathon 2015: Semantics of data for life sciences and reproducible research. F1000Research, 9, 136. doi:10.12688/f1000research.18236.1
SponsorsBH15 is supported by the Integrated Database Project (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan) and hosted by the National Bioscience Database Center (NBDC) and the Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS). We thank Yuji Kohara, the director of DBCLS, for his support of the BioHackathons.
PublisherF1000 Research Ltd
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