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  • External authors:
  • Pier Luigi Buttigieg
  • Chris Mungall
  • Carlos Rueda
  • Lewis McGibbney
  • Simon Cox
  • Ruth Duerr
  • Doug Fils
  • John Graybeal
  • Beth Huffer
  • Tom Narock
  • Bhaskar Ramachandran
  • Brandon Whitehead

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SWEET Ontology Suite v3.0.0: Development, Alignments and Use Cases. / Buttigieg, Pier Luigi; Mungall, Chris; Rueda, Carlos; McGibbney, Lewis; Cox, Simon; Duerr, Ruth; Fils, Doug; Graybeal, John; Huffer, Beth; Narock, Tom; Ramachandran, Bhaskar; Soiland-Reyes, Stian; Whitehead, Brandon.

2018. Abstract from American Association of Geographers 2018, New Orleans, United States.

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Harvard

Buttigieg, PL, Mungall, C, Rueda, C, McGibbney, L, Cox, S, Duerr, R, Fils, D, Graybeal, J, Huffer, B, Narock, T, Ramachandran, B, Soiland-Reyes, S & Whitehead, B 2018, 'SWEET Ontology Suite v3.0.0: Development, Alignments and Use Cases', American Association of Geographers 2018, New Orleans, United States, 10/04/18 - 14/04/18. https://doi.org/102.100.100/87125

APA

Buttigieg, P. L., Mungall, C., Rueda, C., McGibbney, L., Cox, S., Duerr, R., Fils, D., Graybeal, J., Huffer, B., Narock, T., Ramachandran, B., Soiland-Reyes, S., & Whitehead, B. (2018). SWEET Ontology Suite v3.0.0: Development, Alignments and Use Cases. Abstract from American Association of Geographers 2018, New Orleans, United States. https://doi.org/102.100.100/87125

Vancouver

Buttigieg PL, Mungall C, Rueda C, McGibbney L, Cox S, Duerr R et al. SWEET Ontology Suite v3.0.0: Development, Alignments and Use Cases. 2018. Abstract from American Association of Geographers 2018, New Orleans, United States. https://doi.org/102.100.100/87125

Author

Buttigieg, Pier Luigi ; Mungall, Chris ; Rueda, Carlos ; McGibbney, Lewis ; Cox, Simon ; Duerr, Ruth ; Fils, Doug ; Graybeal, John ; Huffer, Beth ; Narock, Tom ; Ramachandran, Bhaskar ; Soiland-Reyes, Stian ; Whitehead, Brandon. / SWEET Ontology Suite v3.0.0: Development, Alignments and Use Cases. Abstract from American Association of Geographers 2018, New Orleans, United States.

Bibtex

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