Representing Semantified Biological Assays in the Open Research Knowledge Graph [article]

Marco Anteghini, Jennifer D'Souza, Vitor A.P. Martins dos Santos, Sören Auer
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In the biotechnology and biomedical domains, recent text mining efforts advocate for machine-interpretable, and preferably, semantified, documentation formats of laboratory processes. This includes wet-lab protocols, (in)organic materials synthesis reactions, genetic manipulations and procedures for faster computer-mediated analysis and predictions. Herein, we present our work on the representation of semantified bioassays in the Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG). In particular, we describe
more » ... semantification system work-in-progress to generate, automatically and quickly, the critical semantified bioassay data mass needed to foster a consistent user audience to adopt the ORKG for recording their bioassays and facilitate the organisation of research, according to FAIR principles.
arXiv:2009.07642v1 fatcat:2qot3qcbungcln5lmo4ie4yhra