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  • ...used to build the database, database dumps at a few steps of building the database, and an [[Apollo]] <tt>chado-adaptor.xml</tt> config file in the {{SF_SVN|s
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  • ...This project was developed from ATIDB, the Arabidopsis thaliana insertion database. : See [http://atidb.cshl.org/ http://atidb.cshl.org] for a database of Arabidopsis insertional mutants.
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  • ...e:DatabaseJournal.jpg|link=http://database.oxfordjournals.org/|300px|right|Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation]] ...h one of the editors of the journal [http://database.oxfordjournals.org/ ''Database''], an open access journal whose aim for publications lines up very nicely
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  • [[File:SpBaseLogo.png|link=http://spbase.org/|right|Sea Urchin Genome Database]] Today, Tuesday April 4th, the [http://spbase.org Sea Urchin Genome Database] went public. Based on the GMOD tools and applications the site organizes
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  • ...tabases and resources]" appeared in ''[http://database.oxfordjournals.org/ Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation]''. ...proboards.com/index.cgi?board=fundingissues discussion thread on long term database funding] has now been started on the [http://biocurator.org International S
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  • ...the database that GBrowse_syn uses, and how to get syntenic data into that database. =Loading the alignment database=
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  • [[GBrowse]] has the option to use a database to manage users, so that a user may save their session for use on multiple To use the user database, you will need to install the [http://search.cpan.org/~gbarr/libnet-1.22/Ne
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  • #REDIRECT [[JBrowseDev/Using a Database With JBrowse]]
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  • I am very pleased to announce the publication of the DATABASE special issue dedicated to the [http://www.biomart.org/ BioMart] project ...ast ten years to become what it is today, a collaboration between numerous database projects on five continents: Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and Sou
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  • '''[http://www.xenbase.org Xenbase] is looking for a new database manager.''' We need an experienced software developer / designer looking fo Xenbase is the model organism database for Xenopus, a frog used extensively in biomedical research for understandi
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  • ...ough GMOD uses the [[Chado]] [[Glossary#Schema|schema]] for its underlying database, each group has developed a separate interface to their databases. This mee ...approaches and components that it supports. This applies to applications, database schemas, as well as to middleware, a software ''layer'' that mediates the e
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  • * GeneDB is the organism data and annotation database for the Pathogen Sequencing Unit (PSU) at the Sanger Institute, UK * Connection to the database is specified graphically, so the '''iBatis''' configuration file has varia
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  • ** Wrote Ensembl API Database adaptor for Chado... Not maintainable. * Need API for Database I/O
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  • * iBatis does not create your database in memory as objects * Generates ibatis CRUD objects by introspecting database tables
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  • =====Create the database===== ** Database connection object
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  • * Database transactions supported # Inserts chromosome into database
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  • ...ratory database of genome annotations, or a large web-accessible community database. GMOD tools are in use at [[MOD|many large and small community databases]]. [[File:ChadoLogo.png|250px|thumb|none|link=Chado|Chado: Biological database schema]]
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  • ...tional database, it should be able to interact with a Chado database via a database adaptor.
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  • Chado is a [[Glossary#Database Schema|relational database schema]] that underlies [[GMOD_Users|many GMOD installations]]. It is capab First you will need database software, or Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). The recommended RDBMS for Chado currently is [ht
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  • ...called DBIx::DBStag, which does the actual writing of ontology data to the database. When it loads the Gene Ontology (and possibly other ontologies), it destr : Instead, you must run a SQL command to repair the database:
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  • Reading and Writing to a Chado database with Apollo vocabulary terms that Apollo expects to be in the database. This
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  • |type=Genome Visualization & Editing, Comparative Genome Visualization, Database schema * A relational database, e.g. [http://www.mysql.com MySQL (4.0+)], Sybase Adaptive Server Enterpris
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  • ...database instance. In the past, due to its primary use at TIGR/JCVI, the database support was limited to Sybase, though flat-files could also be generated.
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  • The Rat Genome Database has an SVG-based genome viewer that shows the location of genes and QTLs ag ...tation XML files or create a CGI/JSP script that retrieves the data from a database. Details of the various file formats are given below.
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  • |about=GBrowse is a combination of database and interactive web pages for manipulating and displaying annotations on ge ...nly for applications where legacy browser support is required and a single database is used.
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  • ...-_Getting_Started|Getting Started with Chado]] discusses GMOD's relational database schema. Chado is useful for organizing your data and is also integrated wi
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  • A proposed database module for Chado. * The community module uses a relational database, a Servlets and JSP engine, and the Struts Web application framework.
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  • ...rom several Chado dbs, and add other sources that may not be in your Chado database. * each genome Chado database has different policy and choices with respect to feature, vocabulary and ot
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  • '''During the meeting it was suggested that we have a common database against which to test software. A first step would be to provide Postgres d Allen Day suggested that he will provide a Postgres dump of the database for human, yeast and mouse.
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  • ...t up by hand but the JBOSS Eclipse IDE has a nice tool that will read your database schema and generate them for you. This is also the first place we encounter ...s file that describes your schema matches the actual schema that is in the database. Once that is done all you need to do is write a dumpspec to dump the data
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  • ...used to build the database, database dumps at a few steps of building the database, and an [[Apollo]] <tt>chado-adaptor.xml</tt> config file in the {{SF_SVN|s
    587 B (98 words) - 21:08, 15 September 2009
  • ...al web supplements for papers arising from data in the Stanford Microarray Database. As an example, see:
    2 KB (364 words) - 18:57, 13 July 2012
  • ...ult from the GO::TermFinder Perl module created by the Stanford Microarray Database (SMD). This module is useful when analyzing experimental or computational r
    2 KB (264 words) - 23:44, 3 December 2013
  • ...=Community Annotation, Comparative Genome Visualization , Database schema, Database tools, Gene Expression Visualization, Genome Visualization & Editing, Molec
    5 KB (650 words) - 00:07, 16 October 2013
  • ...h and annotate genes to keywords from articles. It has a simple, [[MySQL]] database backend and uses a set of [[:Category:Java|Java]] Servlets and JSPs for que
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  • ...ite analysis tool. It is a component of the Generic Model Organism Systems Database project.
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  • |type=Community Annotation, Database schema, Database tools, Genome Annotation, Middleware, Tool Integration, Data federation sof |about=BioMart is a freely available, open source, federated database system that provides unified access to disparate, geographically distribute
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  • ...implemented common database/information service tools needed for organism database systems, which can be automatically distributed and updated to any computer ...others are well developed tools but don't quite meet the needs of this bio-database distribution.
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  • ...o SQL dumps between organism sites and automatically populate the postgres database via Ant's SQL tasks. Ant can also execute external scripts so Citrina can t
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  • ...This project was developed from ATIDB, the Arabidopsis thaliana insertion database. : See [http://atidb.cshl.org/ http://atidb.cshl.org] for a database of Arabidopsis insertional mutants.
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  • ...d retrieval with LuceGene is 10x to 20x faster than using a Postgres Chado database. ...orts, or other complex data, can be quite slow. Chado is a good management database, but lacks efficiency for web access to support many customers. Lucene has
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  • ...psis.org/ TAIR]. A standard API and data format will be created to provide database queries and return results, popular existing formats and protocols will be ...be reviewed and adapted to create the main PubFetch module and appropriate database interace modules. Figure 2 below is a schematic diagram of the exising RGD
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  • ...dual sentences, and the implementation of semantic categories, for which a database of articles and individual sentences can be searched. The source of the ful ...publicly (via WWW) accessible database, while the other half is needed for database preparation and maintenance. If necessary, the latter can be reduced.
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  • ...se join the [http://www.mendeley.com/groups/2472261/generic-model-organism-database-gmod-project/ GMOD group] and contribute GMOD and GMOD-related papers to th ...ywidget src="http://www.mendeley.com/groups/2472261/generic-model-organism-database-gmod-project/" width="100%" height="400px" n_papers="50" />
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  • The diagram below represents a model organism database (MOD) and its typical components. The ''top ten'' types of functionality ar
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  • * Connect to your database using the mysql command-line client and run the command: ...ure from end to end. When using [[GFF3]] and a Bio::DB::SeqFeature::Store database (see [[GBrowse Adaptors]]), that is all you have to do. For example, using
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  • ...t them, you have to write a Perl code in the config file that accesses the database through the sql() object. ...ing $self->sql(). The resulting object has methods that interact with the database. For more information about the methods that can be called execute "perldo
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  • ...ally any sort of organism or group of organisms can be the focus of a GMOD database (see [[GMOD_Users|the GMOD users list]] for many examples). It's been sugge ...popular components include the genome browser [[GBrowse]], the relational database [[Chado_-_Getting_Started|Chado]], and the comparative map viewer [[CMap]].
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  • |type=Database tools, Middleware ...ata output and data debug system. Because it originates from the [[Chado]] database, we denote the corresponding XML "Chado XML."
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  • ;Database ...oftware is an example of a DBMS. The documentation rarely uses the term ''database'' in this sense.
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  • * Database connection: use a base class
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  • GMOD Generic Model Organism Database
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  • There has frequently been interest in updating a [[Chado]] database using a [[GFF]] file, and I've finally gotten around to trying to implement ...ld be able to trigger updates to an existing feature, where CRUDop is your database Create/Replace/Update/Drop operation.
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  • * load test file into test database * use API to fetch objects from database
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  • * database processing of '''high throughput genomics analyses''' with input, output, i
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  • ...ism databases, so that the MOD in GMOD can apply to any organism or genome database projects.
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  • ...k ([[:Category:SGN|SGN]], http://www.sgn.cornell.edu/) is a Clade Oriented Database (COD) containing genomic, genetic and taxonomic information for species in ...permissions vary according to the user-type. The framework for editing the database is now being extended for developing an online ontology annotation tool, an
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  • | tentative Chado database discussion/tutorial session
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  • ...n broader meaning in recent years, and now signifies any curated community database that is dedicated to a single species or related clade of species. ...se resources include management structures, standard operating procedures, database models and software. Such reuse of existing resources will result in higher
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  • ...ne, searching with broader concepts, extracting focused answers, and cross-database facilitation. We hope most presenters can touch on these to give the audien [*]] MOD in the generic sense of an organism/genome-related database,<br /> defining the M as you would: Model, Many, or My organism.
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