WBConfCall 2014.09.03-Agenda and Minutes
WS246 release schedule (options)- Paul D
We haven't discussed plans for the remaining 2014 releases.
To get 2 more in for 2014 (not that we have to) we would need to start the schedule tomorrow with a schema being made available for use/testing. If we want to be a bit more flexible and avoid building while we are preparing for the SAB then we could push the schedule back by 2 weeks and have a more relaxed/extended schedule bridging December January for WS247 or start WS247 as nornal releasing the database at the end of December?
5th Sept models.wrm (tomorrow) WS246 26th Sept upload data to hinxton WS246 25th Oct data released to OICR WS246 ?? Staging site release WS246 7th Nov models.wrm WS247 28th Nov upload data to hinxton WS247 26th Dec data released to OICR WS247 (would have to release early probably) ?? Staging site release WS247
19th Sept models.wrm WS246 5th-7th Sept SAB 10th Oct upload data to hinxton WS246 8th Nov data released to OICR WS246 ?? Staging site release WS246 models and upload in December WS247 build January WS247
Adding worm disease models/data to the Monarch Initiative website
- http://monarchinitiative.org/ : connects phenotypes, diseases, models, and genes for translational research across species (People involved: Melissa Haendel, Chris Mungall, Suzi Lewis, Nicole Washington and others)
- Last time I spoke to them, seems like they were still working on a lot of stuff; today, got a very enthusiastic response from Chris and Nicole about including worm disease model data
- Pointed them to our gene-disease association file, on the FTP site:ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/wormbase/releases/WS245/ONTOLOGY/disease_association.WS245.wb, however this is incomplete since it doesn't have the disease model descriptions, and the manually curated OMIM connections, so also sent them the WS245 caltech manual curations file
- Will wait to see whether they can work with the above files or would they need something else
- Link to monarchinitiative.org from WormBase? Possibly from the DO term page? there is documentation at http://monarchinitiative.org/page/services and http://monarchinitiative.org/docs/files/api-js.html?
- A page example for Parkinson's Disease: http://monarchinitiative.org/disease/DOID_14330, from here one can go to the different tabs for Models, Genes, Compare, etc.
Model change requests for WS246
- Wen and Daniela: model changes to #Qualifier so that we can combine life stage with anatomy term in expression pattern annotation. We hope these changes can be included in WS246 models.wrm. We just need to add Life_stage and Anatomy_term fields to #Qualifier.
#Qualifier Certain Text Uncertain Text Partial Text Anatomy_term ?Anatomy_term //Added by Wen and Daniela Life_stage ?Life_stage //Added by Wen and Daniela
- Ranjana: Addition of a new tag, 'Automated_description' to 'Structured_description' under ?Gene.
--James and I are working on a project here at Caltech, which will generate completely automated descriptions for genes based on data already curated in WormBase. Currently these data are: Orthology/Homology and the GO annotations for Process, Function and Cell component. Since this is a significant departure from the way the human written ones were generated, I'd like to request a new tag 'Automated_description' under 'Structured_description' in the Gene class for WS246.
Structured_description Provisional_description Concise_description Automated_description <--New tag
- Mary Ann: ?Transgene model and ?Multi_counts model WS245 data loss
Roll back to WS244 schema
1. Proposed change/roll-back:
?Multi_counts UNIQUE Gene UNIQUE ?Gene XREF Multi_point UNIQUE Int #Multi_counts Locus UNIQUE ?Locus XREF Multi_point UNIQUE Int #Multi_counts Allele UNIQUE ?Variation XREF Multi_point UNIQUE Int #Multi_counts Rearrangement UNIQUE ?Rearrangement XREF Multi_point UNIQUE Int #Multi_counts Transgene UNIQUE ?Transgene XREF Multi_point UNIQUE Int #Multi_counts
2. Proposed change/roll-back:
Genetic_information Extrachromosomal Integrated Map ?Map #Map_position Map_evidence #Evidence Mapping_data Multi_point ?Multi_pt_data Phenotype ?Phenotype XREF Transgene #Phenotype_info Phenotype_not_observed ?Phenotype XREF Not_in_Transgene #Phenotype_info
I think this is a straight forward change so shouldn't need much discussion.