swat4hcls 2019 Edinburgh

Posters and demos session


Accepted posters

FAIR-ification of relational data to RDF for rapid learning healthcare. Ananya Choudhury

FAIRsharing Application Ontologies: mapping subjects and domains across the humanities and natural sciences. Allyson Lister, Peter McQuilton, Milo Thurston and Susanna-Assunta Sansone

Babylon Health’s Medical Knowledge Graph: Why, What, and How. Claudia Schulz, Damir Juric, Jetendr Shamdasani, Martin Coste, Szymon Wartak, Aleksandar Savkov, Nils Hammerla and Mohammad Khodadadi

Implementing FAIR Principles in InterMine. Daniela Butano, Justin Clark-Casey, Sergio Contrino, Josh Heimbach, Rachel Lyne, Kevin Herald Reierskog, Julie Sullivan, Yo Yehudi and Gos Micklem

MOLGENIS catalogue – towards a unified application for data and sample catalogues. Alexander Kellmann, David van Enckevort, Marije van der Geest, Aneas Hodselmans and Morris Swertz

Transformation and integration of heterogeneous health data in a privacy-preserving distributed learning infrastructure. Chang Sun, Vincent Emonet, Johan van Soest, Annemarie Koster, Andre Dekker and Michel Dumontier

Publishing linked and FAIR-compliant radiomics data in radiation oncology via ontologies and Semantic Web techniques. Alberto Traverso, Martin Vallieres, Johan van Soest, Leonard Wee, Olivier Morin and Andre Dekker

Ontology Mapping for the Laboratory Analytics Domain. Ian Harrow, Thomas Liener and Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz

FAIRness of Archetypes and Templates in openEHR . Anneka Sargeant, Caroline Bönisch, Antje Wulff, Marcel Parciak, Christian R Bauer and Ulrich Sax

Semantic Integration of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins and Existing DBs. Atsuko Yamaguchi, Hideki Hatanaka, Satoshi Fukuchi and Motonori Ota

OME Core Ontology: An OWL-based Life Science Imaging Data Model. Norio Kobayashi, Josh Moore, Shuichi Onami and Jason R. Sewdlow
Semantic models for pharma: Connecting data across drug discovery. Ilaria Maresi, Jochem Bijlard and Kees Van Bochove
Umaka data extension: Towards Realisation of Practical SPARQL Endpoint Discovery Service for Life Sciences. Norio Kobayashi, Yasunori Yamamoto and Atsuko Yamaguchi

The 4DN-OME ontology: an OME-OWL extension with emphasis on usability, minimum information guidelines and quality control for super-resolution fluorescence microscopy. Mathias Hammer, Alessandro Rigano, Farzim Farzan, Maximiliaan Huisman, David Grunwald and Caterina Strambio-De-Castillia

A modular approach to knowledge graphs and FAIR data in healthcare. Matthijs Sloep, Petros Kalendralis, Johan van Soest, Rianne Fijten and André Dekker

Finding the best RDF data by Umaka Suite. Yasunori Yamamoto and Atsuko Yamaguchi

Demonstration for Species Association Knowledge Graph Construction. Dina Sharafeldeen, Alsayed Algergawy and Birgitta König-Ries

Med2RDF: Semantic Biomedical Knowledge-base and APIs for the Clinical Genome Medicine. Mayumi Kamada, Toshiaki Katayama, Shuichi Kawashima, Ryosuke Kojima, Masahiko Nakatsui and Yasushi Okuno

MetaStanza: Generic WebComponents Widgets for Visualizing SPARQL Results on the Web. Toshiaki Katayama

Integrated Growth Media Database by Standardizing Ingredient Information. Shuichi Kawashima, Toshiaki Katayama, Yuki Moriya, Shinobu Okamoto, Yasunori Yamamoto and Susumu Goto

Preserving semantic data models: from graphical representations to OWL. Rajaram Kaliyaperumal, Annika Jacobsen, Mark Thompson, Kees Burger, Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos, Andra Waagmeester and Marco Roos 

SemanticGenomeGraphs Simon Heumos and Jerven Bolleman

Accepted demos

Network building with Cytoscape App queries to the BioGateway 3.0 triple store Stian Holmås1, Vladimir Mironov1 and Martin Kuiper