BioPortal 3.0 Released Print
Written by Virginia Gonzalez   
Tuesday, 24 May 2011 17:41
The National Center for Biomedical Ontology is pleased to announce the release of BioPortal 3.0.  New features include updates to the Web
interface and Web services:

Web interface updates

Browse page now displays ontology features, e.g. size of the ontology, number of notes added to the ontology, number of projects that use the
ontology, and number of reviews of the ontology. New ontology summary details page highlights the ontology metrics, reviews, projects, and derived views of the ontology

Security Framework, part 1

Added apikey parameter to all Web services. The apikey parameter is optional until June 15, 2011, after this time the apikey parameter will be required for usage of the Web services. Login to BioPortal to get your API key.

Provisional Term Web service

New term proposals now receive a provisional term id Additional Web services are now available for submitting provisional terms. For more details, see:

Form auto-complete Widget

 Option to include term definition in display

Resource Index

Data indexed with new ontologies from BioPortal PubMed data now available for abstracts published in 2010