Rfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release

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Rfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release
Authors: Paul P. Gardner, Jennifer Daub, John Tate, Benjamin L. Moore, Isabelle H. Osuch, Sam Griffiths-Jones, Robert D. Finn, Eric P. Nawrocki, Diana L. Kolbe, Sean R. Eddy, Alex Bateman [edit item]
Citation: Nucleic Acids Research  : gkq1129. 2010 November.
Publication type: Journal article
Peer-reviewed: Yes
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DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkq1129.
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Rfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release is a publication by Paul P. Gardner, Jennifer Daub, John Tate, Benjamin L. Moore, Isabelle H. Osuch, Sam Griffiths-Jones, Robert D. Finn, Eric P. Nawrocki, Diana L. Kolbe, Sean R. Eddy, Alex Bateman.


[edit] Abstract

The Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coding {RNAs} through the use of sequence alignments and statistical profile models known as covariance models. In this contribution, we discuss the pros and cons of using the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, as a source of community-derived annotation. We discuss the addition of groupings of related {RNA} families into clans and new developments to the website. Rfam is available on the Web at http://rfam.sanger.ac.uk.

[edit] Research questions

"The Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coding RNAs through the use of sequence alignments and statistical profile models known as covariance models. In this contribution, we discuss the pros and cons of using the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, as a source of community‐derived annotation."

Research details

Topics: Ontology building [edit item]
Domains: Health, Information systems [edit item]
Theory type: Analysis [edit item]
Wikipedia coverage: Main topic [edit item]
Theories: "Undetermined" [edit item]
Research design: Experiment [edit item]
Data source: Experiment responses, Experiment responses [edit item]
Collected data time dimension: Longitudinal [edit item]
Unit of analysis: Article [edit item]
Wikipedia data extraction: Live Wikipedia [edit item]
Wikipedia page type: Other [edit item]
Wikipedia language: Not specified [edit item]

[edit] Conclusion

"For the forthcoming minor release of Rfam, we have added a number of new and notable families. Of particular note are the direct submissions of Stockholm formatted alignments and corresponding Wikipedia articles from the RNA community via the RNA families track at RNA Biology (8). This track has released much of the burden of building these new families from our curators, and the families produced have been built and annotated by experts and are therefore of high quality."

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AbstractThe Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coThe Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coding {RNAs} through the use of sequence alignments and statistical profile models known as covariance models. In this contribution, we discuss the pros and cons of using the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, as a source of community-derived annotation. We discuss the addition of groupings of related {RNA} families into clans and new developments to the website. Rfam is available on the Web at http://rfam.sanger.ac.uk.le on the Web at http://rfam.sanger.ac.uk.
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Collected data time dimensionLongitudinal +
ConclusionFor the forthcoming minor release of Rfam,For the forthcoming minor release of Rfam, we have added a number of new and notable families. Of particular note are the direct submissions of Stockholm formatted alignments and corresponding Wikipedia articles from the RNA community via the RNA families track at RNA Biology (8). This track has released much of the burden of building these new families from our curators, and the families produced have been built and annotated by experts and are therefore of high quality.experts and are therefore of high quality.
Data sourceExperiment responses +
Doi10.1093/nar/gkq1129 +
Google scholar urlhttp://scholar.google.com/scholar?ie=UTF-8&q=%22Rfam%3A%2BWikipedia%2C%2Bclans%2Band%2Bthe%2B%22decimal%22%2Brelease%22 +
Has authorPaul P. Gardner +, Jennifer Daub +, John Tate +, Benjamin L. Moore +, Isabelle H. Osuch +, Sam Griffiths-Jones +, Robert D. Finn +, Eric P. Nawrocki +, Diana L. Kolbe +, Sean R. Eddy + and Alex Bateman +
Has domainHealth + and Information systems +
Has topicOntology building +
MonthNovember +
Pagesgkq1129 +
Peer reviewedYes +
Publication typeJournal article +
Published inNucleic Acids Research +
Research designExperiment +
Research questionsThe Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coThe Rfam database aims to catalogue non-coding RNAs through the use of sequence alignments and statistical profile models known as covariance models. In this contribution, we discuss the pros and cons of using the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, as a source of community‐derived annotation. a source of community‐derived annotation.
Revid10,931 +
TheoriesUndetermined
Theory typeAnalysis +
TitleRfam: Wikipedia, clans and the "decimal" release
Unit of analysisArticle +
Urlhttp://nar.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/gkq1129v1 +
Wikipedia coverageMain topic +
Wikipedia data extractionLive Wikipedia +
Wikipedia languageNot specified +
Wikipedia page typeOther +
Year2010 +