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Please subscribe to the Infectious Disease Ontology email list.  Anyone can subscribe, and anyone can email the list.  We plan to use the email list to discuss the addition of new terms and proposed changes to the current ontology.  To subscribe, visit https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/.  To email the list, write to ido@duke.edu.
 
Please subscribe to the Infectious Disease Ontology email list.  Anyone can subscribe, and anyone can email the list.  We plan to use the email list to discuss the addition of new terms and proposed changes to the current ontology.  To subscribe, visit https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/.  To email the list, write to ido@duke.edu.
  
== Bare Beginnings and Infectious Disease Ontology ==
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== Bare Beginnings of an Infectious Disease Ontology ==
  
 
At the recent Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see below), we began preliminary work on a draft infectious disease ontology.  OBO edit and Protege OWL versions of the ontology are available for download.  Please send comments and suggestions to ido@duke.edu.
 
At the recent Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see below), we began preliminary work on a draft infectious disease ontology.  OBO edit and Protege OWL versions of the ontology are available for download.  Please send comments and suggestions to ido@duke.edu.
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The Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see link below under "Past Meetings") was intended to be both a training workshop for participants and a forum through which to establish a community for development, maintenance, and use of the Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO).
 
The Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see link below under "Past Meetings") was intended to be both a training workshop for participants and a forum through which to establish a community for development, maintenance, and use of the Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO).
  
== Workshop Slides ==
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Workshop Slides
 
September 19, 2007
 
September 19, 2007
 
* Morning Session 1 (Cowell): http://www.duke.edu/~lgcowell/IDO_Workshop_Files/Introduction_to_the_Human_Immune_System.ppt
 
* Morning Session 1 (Cowell): http://www.duke.edu/~lgcowell/IDO_Workshop_Files/Introduction_to_the_Human_Immune_System.ppt
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* Afternoon and Evening Sessions (Smith): http://ontology.buffalo.edu/bio/IDO/
 
* Afternoon and Evening Sessions (Smith): http://ontology.buffalo.edu/bio/IDO/
  
== Meeting Slides ==
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Meeting Slides
  
== Recommended Background Reading ==
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Recommended Background Reading
 
* For a comprehensive introduction to ontology in general and the Basic Formal Ontology specifically, see http://www.ifomis.uni-saarland.de/projects/bfo/manual/
 
* For a comprehensive introduction to ontology in general and the Basic Formal Ontology specifically, see http://www.ifomis.uni-saarland.de/projects/bfo/manual/
 
* For an explanation of the necessity of logic-based relations for automatic reasoning over ontologies, see [[Image:Relations_in_anatomical_ontologies_sa.pdf‎]]
 
* For an explanation of the necessity of logic-based relations for automatic reasoning over ontologies, see [[Image:Relations_in_anatomical_ontologies_sa.pdf‎]]
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* For an introduction to microbial pathogenisis, see http://www.duke.edu/~lgcowell/IDO_Workshop_Files/Pathogenicity_of_Micro-Organisms.pdf
 
* For an introduction to microbial pathogenisis, see http://www.duke.edu/~lgcowell/IDO_Workshop_Files/Pathogenicity_of_Micro-Organisms.pdf
  
== Software Downloads ==
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Software Downloads
 
* Download the OBO-Edit ontology editor: http://oboedit.org/
 
* Download the OBO-Edit ontology editor: http://oboedit.org/
 
* Download the Protege OWL ontology editor: http://protege.stanford.edu/download/download.html  
 
* Download the Protege OWL ontology editor: http://protege.stanford.edu/download/download.html  

Revision as of 16:46, 21 September 2007

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New Email List

Please subscribe to the Infectious Disease Ontology email list. Anyone can subscribe, and anyone can email the list. We plan to use the email list to discuss the addition of new terms and proposed changes to the current ontology. To subscribe, visit https://lists.duke.edu/sympa/. To email the list, write to ido@duke.edu.

Bare Beginnings of an Infectious Disease Ontology

At the recent Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see below), we began preliminary work on a draft infectious disease ontology. OBO edit and Protege OWL versions of the ontology are available for download. Please send comments and suggestions to ido@duke.edu.

Accessible data to test the ontology, existing ontologies of related interest can be found here: Toolbox

Infectious Disease Ontology Kick-off Workshop (September 19 - 20, 2007) and Meeting (September 21, 2007)

The Infectious Disease Ontology Workshop (see link below under "Past Meetings") was intended to be both a training workshop for participants and a forum through which to establish a community for development, maintenance, and use of the Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO).

Workshop Slides September 19, 2007

Meeting Slides

Recommended Background Reading

Software Downloads

Past Meetings

September 21, 2007

September 19-20, 2007

November 6-7, 2006

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