Difference between revisions of "Semantics of phenotype annotations"

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In Phenoscape data annotation, we typically model a phenotype as a class expression describing a set of organisms, for example \'''has_part'' some ('''caudal fin''' and ''bearer_of'' some '''bifurcated''')'.
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In Phenoscape data annotation, we typically model a phenotype as a class expression describing a set of organisms, for example <nowiki>'</nowiki>''has_part'' some ('''caudal fin''' and ''bearer_of'' some '''bifurcated''')<nowiki>'</nowiki>.

Revision as of 00:43, 29 August 2011

In Phenoscape data annotation, we typically model a phenotype as a class expression describing a set of organisms, for example 'has_part some (caudal fin and bearer_of some bifurcated)'.