[BiO BB] Please guide me
Austin.Tanney at arragen.com
Fri Jan 30 04:01:32 EST 2004
Use of common schema is a huge advantage to biological research in general. I work in the microarray field and a great deal of work is ongoing into the process of standardisation of data and storage formats. The MGED have developed their own mark-up language (MAGE-ML) as well as the MIAME standards. This, combined with the development of the EBI's arayexpress database, will be greatly facilitative to the sharing of microarray data between researchers. Common schema's in general have wide applications both for industry, in that it allows multi site organisations to easily share data, and for academia where the transfer of information between research groups can be essential.
Dr. Austin Tanney
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From: Dan Bolser [mailto:dmb at mrc-dunn.cam.ac.uk]
Sent: 29 January 2004 23:34
To: bio_bulletin_board at bioinformatics.org
Cc: B.A.T.Svensson at lumc.nl
Subject: RE: [BiO BB] Please guide me
> What would the benefits of a common schema be?
interoperability, foundation of the field, common development environment, growth
I guess people can add more.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrius
> Won't it be a good idea to develop one. It seems that tools for doing
> bioinformatics are still maturing and one of the things to make them mature are
> common schemas and standards.
> I think there's a nice potential for developers in this direction.
> BiO_Bulletin_Board maillist - BiO_Bulletin_Board at bioinformatics.org
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