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Changes since sparc-mis-1.0
sparc-mis-helper.ttlwhich documents the existing predicates and types (owl:Classes) used in the ttl export.
sparc-mis-helper.ttlis imported by the preview version of
curation-export.ttl. The mis helper includes information about whether predicates are curation internal, under the
ilxtr:curationInternalis itself curation internal and is only present when a predicate is curation internal, in which case the object in the triple is
ilxtr:curationInternalalso applies to prefixes. For example any url starting with
TEMPRAW:-> http://uri.interlex.org/temp/uris/raw/ should be excluded as indicated by the presence of the triple
TEMPRAW: ilxtr:curationInternal true .
sparc-mis-helper.ttlincludes a pattern for managing changes to predicate identifiers via
ilxtr:futureType. Notes for properties and classes are available under the
- Added classes for handling the SDS and file level metadata,
- Added classes for handling scaffolds and flatmaps as
- Added properties relating resources to datasets
sparc:includesPath, these are sub properties of
sparc:Performanceto cover the concept of a single performance of a protocol or experimental procedure.
sparc:Researcherhas been replaced by
sparc:Personsince many of the contributors may not strictly be researchers.
sparc:Subjecthave been created explicitly as sub classes of
Ongoing updates should be expected to
sparc-mis-helper.ttl and the latest information for
interpreting a given
curation-export.ttl release should be sourced from the import statements
in that file.
This release includes initial work on the new model for brain parcellation schemes.
NIFSTD now uses the
uri.neuinfo.org resolver for all existing identifiers. A mapping to the old uris can be found here.
NIFSTD now uses the BFO2/RO/IAO backend for object properties. An old version of pr.owl still pulls in some of BFO1.1.
See #120 for details.
This is the final release of the ontology.neuinfo.org version of NIFSTD and the last that will use a bfo1.1 backend.