|From:||Pradeep Kumar S <pradeeps@xxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 4 Nov 2010 22:38:38 +0900 (KST)|
Specifically I need to know:
1. how many relationships should I consider initially. Putting terms under hierarchy like a taxonomy will be the easiest. But how to incorporate other plausible relationships. When (how many) would it get very complex?
2. Basically I want to render a ontology that could be used by data mining tools and serve biological community in their data analysis.
Any suggestions from experts here will be highly appreciated. Also please point me to any websites/literature/books that would be of help.
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