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This document is part of the BioCompute Object User Guide

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2.2 Usability Domain "usability_domain"

This section defines the usability_domain part of the BCO structure.

This field provides a space for the author to define the usability domain of the BCO. It is an array of free text values that should be consistant with terminology used in the name, external references (xref), and keywords sections. The usability_domain can accept template language to indicate values from the external_references. The template takes the form of:

  • (SNP)[SO:0000694]

where ($term) and [$identifier] are an entry in the external_references section.

This field is to aid in search-ability and provide a specific scientific use case and a description of the function of the object. The usability domain along with keywords can help determine when and how the BCO can be used. It is recomended that a novel use of a specific BCO would result in the creation of a new entry with a new usability domain.

    "usability_domain": [

        "Identify baseline single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)[SO:0000694], (insertions)[SO:0000667], and (deletions)[SO:0000045] that correlate with reduced (ledipasvir)[pubchem.compound:67505836] antiviral drug efficacy in (Hepatitis C virus subtype 1)[taxonomy:31646]", 

        "Identify treatment emergent amino acid (substitutions)[SO:1000002] that correlate with antiviral drug treatment failure", 

        "Determine whether the treatment emergent amino acid (substitutions)[SO:1000002] identified correlate with treatment failure involving other drugs against the same virus", 

        "GitHub CWL example: https://github.com/mr-c/hive-cwl-examples/blob/master/workflow/hive-viral-mutation-detection.cwl#L20"]
]
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