cjm at fruitfly.bdgp.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 5 07:14:24 EST 2001
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 11:06:53 -0600
> From: Mark Wilkinson <mwilkinson at gene.pbi.nrc.ca>
> Organization: PBI-NRC
> To: moby-l at open-bio.org
> Subject: [MOBY-l] GO Classes
> One more comment, mainly directed to Chris:
> Chris, I forgot to tell you that you were nominated at the MOBY-DIC
> meeting to create the GO_Graph and GO_Node MOBY Classes. Surprise!!
> We had agreed that there would be three GO-specific MOBY Classes:
> (1) GO_Annotation: served by anyone who annotates
> (2) GO_Graph: served by GO host only
> (3) GO_Node: served by GO host only
> I wonder, though, if a node is just a graph-of-size-one...?? I can't
> remember, now, why we decided that both were needed. Possibly just to
> keep the objects small (i.e. a Graph would contain only relationship
> info, and a Node would contain more fleshed out details.) Anyway,
> Chris, you are in a better position to make that decision.
You need a GO_Arc class too, the relationship type is actually very
But let's not embed GO in the classname - this should be suitably generic
for all kinds of CVs and ontologies.
Not quite sure how to go about creating a moby class....
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