|Number of classes:||1756|
|Number of individuals:||119|
|Number of properties:||98|
|Maximum number of siblings:||48|
|Average number of siblings:||16|
|Classes with a single subclass:||
Classes with a single subclass
|Classes with more than 25 subclasses:||
Classes with more than 25 subclasses
|Classes with no definition:||
Classes with no definition
|Contact||Gwen Frishkoff, email@example.com|
|Description||Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontology (NEMO) describes classes of event-related brain potentials (ERP) and their properties, including spatial, temporal, and functional (cognitive/behavioral) attributes, and data-level attributes (acquisition and analysis parameters). Working (unstable), Release (stable), and Old (archival) versions of NEMO can be found on sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/nemoontologies/.|
|Version||Release Date||Upload Date||Downloads|
|v2.98||07/03/2012||07/03/2012||Ontology / Diff|
|1.00||05/29/2010||08/22/2009||Ontology / Diff|
Neuroscience Information Framework
The Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF; http://nif.nih.gov...
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The Cognitive Atlas
The Cognitive Atlas is a collaborative knowledge building proje...
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|University of Texas at Austin/UCLA|
NCBO Resource Index
The NCBO Resource Web service is a system for ontology based a...
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High level abstraction API (Java/REST/R) for interacting with o...
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NEMO is developing ontologies for representation and integratio...
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NEMO core (Gw...
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|University of Oregon & Georgia State University|
OntoMaton is a google spreadsheet application allowing for onto...
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