Show simple item record Mons, Barend Ashburner, Michael Chichester, Christine van Mulligen, Erik Weeber, Marc den Dunnen, Johan van Ommen, Gert-Jan Musen, Mark Cockerill, Matthew Hermjakob, Henning Mons, Albert Packer, Abel Pacheco, Roberto Lewis, Suzanna Berkeley, Alfred Melton, William Barris, Nickolas Wales, Jimmy Meijssen, Gerard Moeller, Erik Roes, Peter J Borner, Katy Bairoch, Amos 2011-09-15T18:12:56Z 2011-09-15T18:12:56Z 2008
dc.identifier.citation Mons, Barend, Ashburner, Michael, Chicester, Christine, Van Mulligen, Erik, Weeber, Marc, den Dunnen, Johan, van Ommen, Gert-Jan, Musen, Mark, Cockerill, Matthew, Hermjakob, Henning, Mons, Albert, Packer, Abel, Pacheco, Roberto, Lewis, Suzanna, Berkeley, Alfred, Melton, William, Barris, Nicolas, Wales, Jimmy, Meijssen, Gerard, Moeller, Erik, Roes, Peter Jan, Börner, Katy & Bairoch, Amos. (2008). Calling on a Million Minds for Community Annotation in WikiProteins. Genome Biology. Vol. 9(5), R89. en
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dc.description.abstract WikiProteins enables community annotation in a Wiki-based system. Extracts of major data sources have been fused into an editable environment that links out to the original sources. Data from community edits create automatic copies of the original data. Semantic technology captures concepts co-occurring in one sentence and thus potential factual statements. In addition, indirect associations between concepts have been calculated. We call on a 'million minds' to annotate a 'million concepts' and to collect facts from the literature with the reward of collaborative knowledge discovery. The system is available for beta testing at en
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dc.title Calling on a Million Minds for Community Annotation in WikiProteins en
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