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Resource:EagleI

Name: Resource:EagleI
Description: Free, web-based application to discover resources available at participating networked universities. This distributed platform for creating and sharing semantically rich data is built around semantic web technologies and follows linked open data principles. In its current incarnation and operational deployment, eagle-i focuses on biomedical research resources.

Institutions are welcome to adopt the free software and participate in the network. The data in the system is open access; anyone, regardless of affiliation, is welcome to sign up for an account, or to download the Linked Open Data directly.

The eagle-i Network was founded by a Consortium of 9 academic institutions joining forces to promote biomedical resource discovery in the scientific community. The Network has grown to 25 participating institutions, with more in the process of joining.
Abbreviation: eagle-i, eagle i,
Parent Organization: Harvard University; Massachusetts; USA, Oregon Health and Science University; Oregon; USA
Supporting Agency: NCRR, (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act )
Grant: U24 RR 029825
Resource Type(s): Database, Software application, Data repository, Source code
Resource: Resource
URL: https://www.eagle-i.net/
*Id: nlx_143592
PMID: PMID 22434835
Related to: Resource:FORCE11, Resource:Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium
Availability: Open unspecified license, BSD License, v3, The community can contribute to this resource
Keywords: ontology, semantic web, resource, platform, RDF, SPARQL Endpoint, linked open data, biomedical, distributed platform, Biological specimen, Instrument, Organism, Virus, Protocol, Reagent, Service, Software, Core laboratory
Organism: Human, other
Link to OWL / RDF: Download this content as OWL/RDF

Categories related to Resource:EagleI

Resource:CTSAconnect

Parts of Resource:EagleI

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Alt. URL: https://www.eagle-i.org/
Alt. URL: https://www.force11.org/node/4661

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| Twitter Handle: @eagleinetwork

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eagle-i core facilities: Table View

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Resource:CTSAconnect Oregon Health and Science University; Oregon; USA
Harvard University; Massachusetts; USA
http://ctsaconnect.org/

Contributors

Aarnaud, Bandrow, Cwang, Yazin, Zaidaziz



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Facts about Resource:EagleIRDF feed
Abbreveagle-i, eagle i,  +
AltURLhttps://www.eagle-i.org/  +, and https://www.force11.org/node/4661  +
AvailabilityOpen unspecified license  +, BSD License  +, V3  +, and The community can contribute to this resource  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefiningCitationhttps://www.eagle-i.net/  +
DefinitionFree, web-based application to discover re Free, web-based application to discover resources available at participating networked universities. This distributed platform for creating and sharing semantically rich data is built around semantic web technologies and follows linked open data principles. In its current incarnation and operational deployment, eagle-i focuses on biomedical research resources.

Institutions are welcome to adopt the free software and participate in the network. The data in the system is open access; anyone, regardless of affiliation, is welcome to sign up for an account, or to download the Linked Open Data directly.

The eagle-i Network was founded by a Consortium of 9 academic institutions joining forces to promote biomedical resource discovery in the scientific community. The Network has grown to 25 participating institutions, with more in the process of joining.
ions, with more in the process of joining.
ExampleImageEagle-i.PNG  +
GrantCategory:U24 RR 029825   +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleDatabase  +, Software application  +, Data repository  +, and Source code  +
Idnlx_143592  +
Is part ofHarvard University; Massachusetts; USA  +, and Oregon Health and Science University; Oregon; USA  +
KeywordsOntology  +, Semantic web  +, Resource  +, Platform  +, RDF  +, SPARQL Endpoint  +, Linked open data  +, Biomedical  +, Distributed platform  +, Biological specimen  +, Instrument  +, Organism  +, Virus  +, Protocol  +, Reagent  +, Service resource  +, Software resource  +, and Core laboratory  +
LabelResource:EagleI  +
ListedbyResource:FORCE11  +
ModifiedDate11 December 2014  +
PMID22434835  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToResource:Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium  +
SpeciesHuman  +, and Other  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNational Center for Research Resources  +, and ARRA  +
Twittereagleinetwork  +