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This presentation was developed on behalf of the CDAO team and presented by Hilmar at the OBO meeting in Feb. 2010

This presentation was developed on behalf of the CDAO team and presented by Hilmar at the OBO meeting in Feb. 2010

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    Cdao Obo Workshop 2010 (3) Cdao Obo Workshop 2010 (3) Presentation Transcript

    • Comparative Data Analysis Ontology
    • History
      • Beginnings
        • CDAO grew out out the Evolutionary Informatics Working Group
        • A primary objective was to formalize the concepts and relationships important to comparative analysis
      • Recent Publications/Events
        • Initial Implementation of a Comparative Data Analysis Ontology. Evolutionary Bioinformatics. (July 2-09)
        • Nescent Database Interoperability Hackathon (March 2009)
        • TDWG 09 VoCamp (November 2009)
      • Statistics
        • CDAO Defines
          • 76 Classes
          • 61 Object Properties
          • 10 Datatype Properties
    • Design Overview
      • CDAO is organized around three key concepts
        • Character-State Data Matrix
        • Tree
          • Includes rooted, unrooted, and networks.
        • Data type
          • Categorical
            • Molecular
              • DNA, RNA, Amino-Acids.
            • Standard
              • which includes any categorical data, it's intended as an alignment point for specific categories that a researcher would define.
          • Continuous
    • CDAO Organization
    • Curret/Future Work
      • Triple-store
        • A triple-store containing CDAO versions of TreeBase data has been created.
        • The store supports storing arbitrary related rdf
        • The store allows users to upload files in NEXUS, PHILIP and MEGA formats (NEXML support is in progress)
        • The store has a SparQL interface
        • Currently a higher-level query interface is being developed to enhance usability and support queries that can not be handled with SparQL.
      • MIAPA (Minimum Information About a Phylogenetic Analysis)
        • Extend the set of extra annotations to facilitate use with a workflow/provenance framework.
        • Integrate/Align CDAO with other related standards efforts.
    • Acknowledgments
      • Research Collaborators:
        • Arlin Stoltzfus [NIST]
        • F. Prosdocimi and J. Thompson [University of Strasbourg]
        • B. Chisham, B. Wright, T. Le, S. Tran, E. Pontelli [NMSU]
      • Research Support/Sponsors:
        • NSF
        • NMSU CREST Center
        • NESCent
        • NMSU