Create your own nanopublications!
We encourage everybody to expose their data as nanopublications. Here you will find a growing list nanopublication examples, profiled with basic information about the authors, creators, the type of data and how it was modeled in RDF. Browse the profiles and harness community expertise to get answers for your nanopublication questions.
Your 3 easy steps towards nanopublishing:
- have a look at the guidelines
- have a look at the examples below (see also the existing datasets)
- create your own nanopublications with the help of the nanopublication library and validator
The goal of this project was to find novel associations between human genes and disease phenotypes by exposing networks of implicit information in PubMed abstracts. Our technology uses concept profiles, which allow us to infer gene-disease...
The goal of this project was to find novel associations between human proteins by text mining PubMed abstracts. Our method allows us to find associations that are broader than localized physical protein-protein interactions (PPI). For example,...
Tissue nanopublications were modeled as 4 named graphs; an assertion graph, a graph for the provenance of the assertion, a graph for provenance of the nanopublication (publicationInfo), and a graph indicating the graphs of the nanopublication ...