[Bioperl-l] OBDA/Flat question
hlapp at gnf.org
Tue Jun 10 13:51:06 EDT 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Elia Stupka [mailto:elia at tll.org.sg]
> Sent: Monday, June 09, 2003 9:11 PM
> To: bioperl-l at bioperl.org
> Subject: Re: [Bioperl-l] OBDA/Flat question
> > I've been playing with OBDA and everything works well, and
> the notion
> > of
> > unifying all one's sequence retrievals with a single user
> interface is
> > an
> > excellent one.
> Annoying and provocative question, but important for future
> has anybody seen any traffic on the list with regards to the
> Registry/OBDA system?
I haven't ...
> Is it being used at all? Could it be because
> people usually decide which sequence retrieval system (flat,
> relational, perl, java) they like and never bother using more
> than one?
I'd have a use case here that I'm not sure OBDA can help me with:
- given an accession number (and my configuration file
obviously), what are the places to get the respective databank entry
from, which one is the best (i.e., should I try first), and what is the
URL that I'd have to present to a user so that he/she can pop up the
respective provider's interface with that entry being displayed.
I'm not sure but it could be that this one is somewhat common ... Would
OBDA solve this?
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