|Results from a project by MSP students.|
J. Windsor et al. (2016): Volatile Organic Compounds:
A Detailed Account of Identity, Origin,
Activity and Pathways. Figshare.
There were many interesting talks, around various data initiatives, adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) and their links to molecular initiating events (MIEs), and ontologies (like the AOP ontology talk by ). In fact, I quite enjoyed the discussion with Chris Grulke about ontologies during the panel discussion. Central was, where is the border between data and ontological concepts. Some slides are available via Lanyrd.
During the Emerging Methods and Practice session hosted by Ola Spjuth, I presented the work at the BiGCaT department into identifier mapping and the use of ontologies for linking data sets.
The presentation integrates a lot of things I have been working on in the last few years, and please note the second slide with all people I have worked with on things presented in these slides.