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[https://bmir-gforge.stanford.edu/gf/project/bioportal_core/ BioPortal 2.0 Core GForge Site]
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[[Media:Bioportal_Deployment.doc|BioPortal 2.0 Core Installation Guide]]

Revision as of 17:50, 27 August 2008

With the explosion of information in the biomedical domain, it has become much harder for scientists to access knowledge and experimental data with rapidity and accuracy. The NCBO is currently developing products and solutions that will advance biology and medicine by enhancing the structured organization of knowledge and improving access to large repositories of biomedical knowledge and data.

NCBO Source Code Repository

NCBO source code for all products and solutions can be found on our [NCBO GForge site|https://bmir-gforge.stanford.edu/gf/project/ncbo/].

NCBO Products

Below are developer links associated with the various NCBO products and solutions.

BioPortal 2.0

Focus: Browsing Biomedical Ontologies

The following two document describe the BioPortal 2.0 REST web service APIs.

BioPortal 2.0 REST Web Service URL Documentation

BioPortal 2.0 REST Web Service URL Documentation (with Admin role)

Local Installation

In cases where partners need to do a local install of BioPortal 2.0, the following two links should provide the necessary instructions to complete the deployment.

BioPortal 2.0 Core GForge Site

BioPortal 2.0 Core Installation Guide

BioPortal 2.0 UI GForge Site

BioPortal 2.0 UI Installation Guide

UMLS Services

The UMLS Services pertain to a number of internally reusable services and APIs. Our UMLS REST Services are currently deployed on our local Staging services. We will continue to solidify and merge our recent research advancements. Once the merge has been completed, we will transition the services to Production.

Developer Documentation Under Development

Open Biomedical Resources

Focus: Using Ontologies to Access Public Data

Open Biomedical Annotator

Focus: Using Ontologies to Annotate Your Data

Biomedical Annotation Repository (BAR)

Focus: Using Ontologies to Annotate Your Data


Focus: Providing URIs for Biomedical Concepts