The JERM Ontology is an application ontology designed to describe the items in SEEK and the relationships between them (for example, data, models, experiment descriptions, results, samples, protocols, standard operating procedures and publications); and to enable these relationships to be expressed with formal semantics.
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JERMOntology

About

The JERM Ontology is an OWL ontology representing the Just Enough Results Model. For more information about JERM please visit: http://jermontology.org

Credits

This JERM ontology was created by Katy Wolstencroft1, with contributions from Stuart Owen2 and Olga Krebs3.

  1. University of Leiden, Netherlands
  2. University of Manchester, UK
  3. Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany

Contributing

Please visit http://jermontology.org/contact.html for details about contacting us, suggesting new terms, or contributing to the JERM.