Planet Microbe: An Ontology-Enriched Cyberinfrastructure System for FAIR Marine 'Omics Data
posterposted on 01.07.2020 by Kai Blumberg, Alise Ponsero, Matthew Bomhoff, Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Elisha Wood-Charlson, Bonnie Hurwitz
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Planet Microbe is a federated resource for the discovery and analysis of marine 'omics datasets that have been reconnected with physical, geological, and geochemical datasets. Planet Microbe incorporates many existing public marine metagenomic projects, as well as reconnecting these datasets with other relevant contextual data collected during concurrent sampling events. Enriched with terms from ontologies from the Open Biological and Biomedical ontology Foundry and library, Planet Microbe datasets will be leveraged to evaluate a new ontology-driven approach for the analysis of FAIR metagenomic data. This presentation was given at the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) Summer Meeting held online in July 2020.
Collaborative Proposal: EarthCube Building Blocks: Planet Microbe: Enabling the discovery and integration of oceanographic 'omics, environmental and physiochemical data layers
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