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Re: Fwd: [bioportal-announce] BioPortal 3.7 Released

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 16:33:06 -0400
Message-ID: <4F873C02.5060402@openlinksw.com>
To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
On 4/10/12 5:06 PM, M. Scott Marshall wrote:
> Note that the BioPortal SPARQL endpoint has moved into beta. It has a
> (web) user interface, documentation, and example queries:
>
> http://sparql.bioontology.org/
>
> Nice!
>
> -Scott

Do I need an API Key to access the SPARQL endpoint?

Please try this SPARQL-FED from: http://uriburner.com/sparql .

PREFIX meta: <http://bioportal.bioontology.org/metadata/def/>
SELECT DISTINCT *
WHERE { SERVICE <http://sparql.bioontology.org/sparql>
           {
             SELECT DISTINCT ?vrtID ?graph
             WHERE {
                     ?vrtID meta:hasVersion ?version .
                     ?version meta:hasDataGraph ?graph .
                   }
            LIMIT 5
          }
       }


Actual SPARQL Protocol URL: http://uriburner.com/c/IHLEVT .

It returns: 403 FORBIDEN - Apikey not provided .

Am I doing something wrong e.g., not actually talking to a SPARQL 
endpoint etc?


Kingsley
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Ray Fergerson<ray.fergerson@stanford.edu>
> Date: Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 10:01 PM
> Subject: [bioportal-announce] BioPortal 3.7 Released
> To: announce@bioontology.org
>
>
> We are pleased to announce the release of BioPortal 3.7. The major new
> features in this release are:
>
>
>
> ·         The term search web service and UI now supports some simple
> Boolean logic. The format is backwards compatible with our previous
> format so entering “heart attack” still results in terms which contain
> both words (a logical AND). Negation is indicated with a minus sign
> prefix (as in Google search). For example, searching on “heart attack
> –fear –anxiety” returns terms containing both “heart” and “attack” but
> not those that refer to a “fear of a heart attack” or “anxiety about a
> heart attack”. A logical OR is achieved by enclosing words in
> parenthesis. For example “(heart attack)” returns terms which contain
> either “heart” or “attack”. *
>
>
>
> ·         We have regenerated all lexical mappings (“LOOM mappings”)
> between all terms in all ontologies. The mapping algorithm creates a
> mapping between two terms if the names of the two terms are identical
> except for case and spacing. LOOM mappings are created between terms
> if there is a match between the preferred name of one term and the
> preferred name or synonym of another term. *
>
>
>
> ·         We now have a beta version of an RDF triple store up and
> available for use. (The alpha version is no longer available.) This
> service provides direct SPARQL access to the ontologies in BioPortal.
> A demonstration user interface with SPARQL examples is available at
> http://sparql.bioontology.org. This triple store contains all
> ontologies available in BioPortal (updated nightly). *
>
> * This item was requested via the User Support mailing list and the
> NCBO User Group. Thank you for your comments and suggestions!
>
> Ray
>
>
>
>
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>


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