[Biopython-dev] RE: [Biojava-l] Re: [BioXML-dev] Uniform parsing vocabulary

Solbrig, Harold R. Solbrig.Harold at mayo.edu
Mon May 21 14:15:28 EDT 2001

The sites below may be of some use:


Also, there is a wealth of jump-off points anchored at

-----Original Message-----
From: Bradley Marshall [mailto:bradmars at yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2001 12:32 PM
To: Matthew Pocock; Cox, Greg
Cc: 'biojava-l at biojava.org'; 'bioperl-l at bioperl.org';
'bioxml-dev at bioxml.org'; 'biopython-dev at biopython.org'
Subject: Re: [Biojava-l] Re: [BioXML-dev] Uniform parsing vocabulary

Actually, I just looked around for this type of
ontology last week and found nothing.  I think it
would be a valuable tool.


--- Matthew Pocock <mrp at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
> Propose away - do we have ontologies for these
> things knocking about yet?
> Cox, Greg wrote:
> > I apologize for the cross-posting.
> > 
> > I'm involved in the BioJava project, and I'm
> looking at constructing a
> > uniform vocabulary for the parsed keys.  For
> example, currently in BioJava,
> > if an EMBL record is parsed the Organism
> information goes under the key
> > 'OS', while if a Genbank record is parsed, the
> information is under the key
> > "ORGANISM".  Are there existing standards that
> define the keys used, or
> > should I put together a new proposal?
> > 
> > Greg Cox
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