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Resource:Diseasome

Name: Resource:Diseasome
Description: The diseasome website is a disease/disorder relationships explorer and a sample of an innovative map-oriented scientific work. Built by a team of researchers and engineers, it uses the Human Disease Network dataset and allows intuitive knowledge discovery by mapping its complexity. "The Human Disease Network" (official) dataset, a poster of the data and related book (Biology - The digital era, ISBN: 978-2-271-06779-1) are available.

This kind of data has a network-like organization, and relations between elements are at least as important as the elements themselves. More data could be integrated to this prototype and could eventually bring closer phenotype and genotype.

Results should be visual, but also printable. Creating posters can enhance collaborative work. It facilitates discussion and sharing of ideas about the data. This website initiative is an invitation to think about the benefits of networks exploration but above all it tries to outline future designs of scientific information systems.
Abbreviation: Diseasome
Parent Organization: Resource:Gephi
Supporting Agency: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Resource:W. M. Keck Foundation, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institute of General Medical Sciences
Resource Type(s): Semi structured knowledge, Data set, Narrative resource, Book
Resource: Resource
URL: http://diseasome.eu
Id: nif-0000-24580
PMID: PMID 17502601
Keywords: disease, disorder, genotype, map, phenotype, Poster
Organism: Human
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AbbrevDiseasome  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://diseasome.eu  +
DefinitionThe diseasome website is a disease/disorde The diseasome website is a disease/disorder relationships explorer and a sample of an innovative map-oriented scientific work. Built by a team of researchers and engineers, it uses the Human Disease Network dataset and allows intuitive knowledge discovery by mapping its complexity. "The Human Disease Network" (official) dataset, a poster of the data and related book (Biology - The digital era, ISBN: 978-2-271-06779-1) are available.

This kind of data has a network-like organization, and relations between elements are at least as important as the elements themselves. More data could be integrated to this prototype and could eventually bring closer phenotype and genotype.

Results should be visual, but also printable. Creating posters can enhance collaborative work. It facilitates discussion and sharing of ideas about the data. This website initiative is an invitation to think about the benefits of networks exploration but above all it tries to outline future designs of scientific information systems.
s of scientific information systems.
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleSemi structured knowledge  +, Data set  +, Narrative resource  +, and Book  +
Idnif-0000-24580  +
Is part ofResource:Gephi  +
KeywordsDisease  +, Disorder  +, Genotype  +, Map  +, Phenotype  +, and Poster  +
LabelResource:Diseasome  +
ModifiedDate13 October 2012  +
PMID17502601  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
SpeciesHuman  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyDana-Farber Cancer Institute  +, Resource:W. M. Keck Foundation  +, National Human Genome Research Institute  +, and National Institute of General Medical Sciences  +