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ASIST 2012 Annual Meeting 
Baltimore, MD, October 26-30, 2012 


OTO: Ontology Term Organizer
Fengqiong Huang, James Macklin, Paul J. Morris, Partha Pratim Sanyal, Robert A. Morris and Hong Cui

Monday, 6:30pm


Summary

We believe biology ontologies should reflect the consensus of biologists. To promote consensus and assist the development of ontologies in biology domains, we implemented a web-based ontology term organizer (OTO) to collect grouping and relationship opinions from biologists. Besides is_a and part_of relations (the most frequently used relations in biology domains), OTO can also be used to sort out ordered values in any domain. A demo dataset OTO_demo has been set up at http://biosemantics.arizona.edu/ONTNEW. Use username OTOdemo and password OTOdemopass to login.