In case you missed the paper on how JSON-LD can be used to link MyGene.info and other BioThings API’s…the paper is as cited below.
Don’t let the use of outdated variant annotations come back and bite you in the face!
Fragmented data in different formats can be quite a nightmare–fortunately there are BioThings APIs
If you love science and enjoy learning, you’re in for a treat! Andrew (the brains behind Mark2Cure) will be holding a webinar using two case studies (the Gene Wiki Project and Mark2Cure) to illustrate the use of crowdsourcing as it applies to knowledge management for translational research. Registeration is free
This Oct. 15-16 event brings together developers, bioinformaticians, pathologists, oncologists, genome scientists & more to tackle precision medicine.
This is part 2 of a blog post describing Wikidata SPARQL query logs. Part 1 is here. In this part, we'll look at the most used items and specifically look at diseases, drugs, genes and proteins. And then look at co-occurrence of properties within queries.. Below is a...
We recently gained access to the anonymised logs of several hundred million SPARQL queries from the Wikidata SPARQL endpoint. This blog post contains some discussion about the main takeaway points, while the full analysis and code can be found here. What are we...
By now, you’ve probably seen the announcement that our renewal grant application has been approved. In addition to funding the improvement of MyGene.info, and the extension of lessons learned from MyVariant.info, the renewal grant will fund the development of a BioThings Software Development Kit (SDK). To our knowledge
We learned a lot from building MyVariant.info to be a fast, RESTful API for gene variant annotation–here’s how we’ll apply what we learned.
Mark2Cure’s 3rd anniversary is coming up, and we are extremely grateful for the opportunity to have interacted and learned from you over the last few years! You make this project interesting. You make this project interesting and exciting. You make this project educational and humbling. You make this project useful