Ontologies and Chemistry

Colin Batchelor

Royal Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom

Bio

Colin Batchelor is a Senior Data Scientist at the Royal Society of Chemistry.

In addition to ontologies for chemistry his research interests include cheminformatics and natural language processing both of scientific text and Scottish Gaelic.

Abstract

Ontologies and chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry has developed a number of open-source ontologies for annotating chemical experiments both in organic chemistry, the Name Reaction Ontology (RXNO)1 and in analytical chemistry, the Chemical Methods Ontology (CHMO).2

In this talk we describe the methodologies used to develop them, how they have been deployed and how you can take part.


REFERENCES

  1.  Name Reaction Ontology, http://github.com/rsc-ontologies/rxno, accessed 2021-02-18.
  2. Chemical Methods Ontology, http://github.com/rsc-ontologies/rsc-cmo, accessed 2021-02-18

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