Introduction to Bio-Ontologies

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On Sunday February 5 the Plant Ontology Consortium will host a tutorial on bio-ontologies in the New York Botanical Gardens

9AM-9:30AM Introductions (Dennis Stevenson, Vice President, New York Botanical Gardens)

9:30AM-11:00AM Introduction to Bio-Ontologies (Barry Smith)

What is an ontology and what is it for?
Ontology success stories in the life sciences
The bio-ontologies landscape
How to build your first ontology

11:15AM-12:30PM Introduction to the Plant Ontology (Ramona Walls)

Organization of the Plant Ontology
Plant Ontology relations
Plant Ontology definitions
Neighboring ontologies of Traits (TO) and Phenotypes (PATO)
Different types of plant data made available through the Plant Ontology

This tutorial is open to the public. If you are interested in attending please contact Ramona Walls at <> before February 1, 2012.