Workbench helps organizations implement a FAIR approach to data management, making data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. With Workbench’s simple and intuitive user interface, data scientists and curators can accurately annotate data, saving time and promoting replicability.
“Recording data can be a challenging task for organizations, as idiomatic or historical naming conventions used by individuals or groups can limit data re-usability, and information silos can restrict transparency and collaboration,” explains Simon Jupp Head of Semantic Technology. “Integrating data from multiple sources can be time-consuming and error-prone. To address these issues, we have developed Workbench, a user-friendly tool that helps curate term lists, custom dictionaries, and semi-structured datasets to their preferred terminology standard.”
Workbench’s simple design makes it easy for users to:
Workbench also has a powerful REST API that allows programmatic access to core functions, enabling integration into custom data curation workflows. Workbench requires access to a TERMite server, which can be configured to use an existing license or an embedded server. Workbench simplifies the arduous task of data curation, enabling teams to get more done.
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The 6.5.2 release of SciBite’s VOCabs introduces a range of new VOCab packs as well as updates to existing vocabularies. In this blog series we’ll be introducing each of the new VOCabs: IDMP, a new Sequence Ontology VOCab as part of the Genotype-Phenotype VOCab pack and, first up, the new Emtree VOCab pack.Read
SciBite’s vocabularies fuel a host of use cases, from complex querying to data integration and discovery of new knowledge. In the 6.5.2 release of VOCabs, SciBite introduces the new Emtree VOCab pack, as well as a new Sequence Ontology vocab to the Genotype-Phenotype vocab pack. Several updates to existing vocabularies are also included.Read
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