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Tripal v3: an ontology-based toolkit for construction of FAIR biological community databases

2019 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
The open-source Tripal database toolkit seeks to mitigate these challenges by creating both the software and an interactive community of developers for construction of online community databases.  ...  Community biological databases provide an important online resource for both public and private data, analysis tools and community engagement.  ...  Funding Tripal is developed by an international group of researchers and programmers. Conflict of interest. None declared.  ... 
doi:10.1093/database/baz077 pmid:31328773 pmcid:PMC6643302 fatcat:ybq2vbsqsngotlu4tubpqhjhem

Tripal Developer Toolkit [article]

Bradford Condon, Abdullah Almsaeed, Joe West, Ming Chen, Margaret Staton
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Tripal is an open-source biological community database construction toolkit utilizing the content management system Drupal.  ...  Tripal is ultimately as strong as the community of sites and developers that use it.  ...  leadership of the core Tripal infrastructure and the community of Tripal software developers.  ... 
doi:10.1101/328641 fatcat:rmw6hhfc3fdefidqtuou6ddrx4

The United States Swine Pathogen Database: integrating veterinary diagnostic laboratory sequence data to monitor emerging pathogens of swine [article]

Tavis K Anderson, Blake K Inderski, Diego G Diel, Benjamin M Hause, Elizabeth Porter, Travis Clement, Eric A Nelson, Jianfa Bai, Jane Christopher-Hennings, Phillip C Gauger, Jianqiang Zhang, Karen M Harmon (+3 others)
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
We implemented the Tripal toolkit, using the open source Drupal content management system and the Chado database schema.  ...  Tripal consists of a collection of Drupal modules that are used to manage, visualize, and disseminate biological data stored within Chado.  ...  ., Main, D. et al. (2019) Tripal v3: an 548 ontology-based toolkit for construction of FAIR biological community databases. 549 Database (Oxford), 2019. 550 29.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.04.16.439882 fatcat:4rqkegysqbc2jm5ydkzni2yacq