User: Joerg Kurt Wegner

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I am a collaboration, innovation, chemistry, drug design, computer science, and structural biology geek.

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Bio2Rdf - Update Mechanism And Last Update Date?
... can someone please provide an overview about (1) update mechanisms for specific Bio2RDF data sub-sources and the last (2) update date? Examples: There was a discussion about pharmgkb, the update script is available, but how current is Bio2RDF with this source? In general terms was this questio ...
written 7.6 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Which Bayesian Classifiers (Binary Data, Large-Scale) Are People Using?
... Which Bayesian classifiers (binary data, large-scale) are people using? Problem complexity: The data set contains binary Y values. The X vector is binary and contains thousands of features. The data set contains hundred thousand of instances. The output should deliver prediction+-confidence in one ...
data written 7.8 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230 • updated 7.8 years ago by Qdjm1.9k
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Answer: A: Database Of Disease Statistics ?
... I would definitely include DBPedia, here an example SPARQL query for diseases. Besides SIDER might give some additional info - SIDER contains information on marketed medicines and their recorded adverse drug reactions. The information is extracted from public documents and package inserts. The avail ...
written 7.8 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Comment: C: Which Downloadable Database Of Pdb Ligand Binding Sites Would You Recommend?
... Cool, that is what I was hoping for! ...
written 7.8 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Answer: A: Which Downloadable Database Of Pdb Ligand Binding Sites Would You Recommend?
... The CREDO database might be a solution, and you might need to check-in with Adrian Schreyer for the update cycles. ...
written 7.8 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Answer: A: Approach To Get All Ligands Structure From Pdb That H-Bond To Gln Without Downlo
... The easiest might be using the CREDO database, which comes with a CC-SA license, a MySQL dump, and a well developed Python interface. ...
written 7.8 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Answer: A: Database Of Patented Drugs
... Another source could be the FDA orange book. Update 2011-05-29: Check also DBPedia for drugs - here an example SPARQL query, which will return all drugs within DBPedia. ChEMBL has its own drugstore section and allows downloading this information via the web interface. This should also provide a pr ...
written 8.4 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230
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Comment: C: What Companies Are Building A Business Around Open Source Bioinformatics?
... @Egon - It would be easier to answer, if the question would be in a wider context, e.g. open source businesses in "life science" ...
written 8.4 years ago by Joerg Kurt Wegner230

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