Your Ontology browser vs DAG-EDIT
zhaow at cshl.edu
Thu Feb 13 15:37:29 EST 2003
Yes, the Gramene Ontology Browser requires a database as the back end. We
use Oracle, but other relational databases should work too (you might need
to make some minor modifications).
All of the software/scripts used for the Gramene web site are open-source
and available for download at our ftp site:
If you download gramene_ensembl-live.tgz and untar it, you can find the
Ontology Browser (including a couple of cgi scripts and a module) in the
perl/ontology directory. You will also need a couple of static pages,
which can be found in the gramene-live.tgz tar-ball.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Paul McCourt wrote:
> Is it possible to install only your Ontology Browser which shows an
> integrated view of the various ontologies (Gene, Plant, and Trait) as a
> stand alone product? And if so does it require Oracle or can another DB
> be used (or does it use the flat files)?
> Appreciate any help you can provide. thanks
> ... Paul McCourt
> bioinformatics at interbaun.com
> Edmonton, Alberta
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
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