The Alliance of Information and Referral Services Linked Open Vocabulary

"The AIRS Linked Open Vocabulary is a way to describe human services information and referral (I&R) concepts. AIRS is the Alliance of Information and Referral Services (airs.org), which possesses over 1,000 member agencies primarily in the United States and Canada. The AIRS LOV is based on the AIRS XML Schema, available at: https://airs-xml.googlecode.com/hg/tags/3.1/airs.xsd"

Evidence Codes Ontology

"The Evidence Ontology (ECO) describes types of scientific evidence within the realm of biological research that can arise from laboratory experiments, computational methods, manual literature curation, and other means. Researchers can use these types of evidence to support assertions about things (such as scientific conclusions, gene annotations, or other statements of fact) that result from scientific research.

Cell Cycle Ontology

"CCO basically contains genes, proteins, interactions (comprising genes or proteins that participate in them), processes from the cell cycle subtree of GO, molecular functions (GO), taxa, and ontological constructs (like an upper level ontology and relationships) to stick everything together. The knowledge represented in the system is expected to grow in quantity (integrating more data and different resources) and quality (organizing everything with Ontology Design Patterns and new relationships)."

Cell Line Ontology

"Thousands of cell lines have been artificially developed and used for different applications. Information about cell lines is typically stored in public repositories and indexed catalogues. Most cell lines are commercially available. Some cell lines are only transferred between academic laboratories. Information about cell lines has not been well standardized and machine-readable to date.

Storyline Ontology

"The News Storyline Ontology is a generic model for describing and organising the stories news organisations tell. The ontology is intended to be flexible to support any given news or media publisher's approach to handling news stories. At the heart of the ontology, is the concept of Storyline. As a nuance of the English language the word 'story' has multiple meanings. In news organisations, a story can be an individual piece of content, such as an article or news report. It can also be the editorial view on events occurring in the world."

Kasvien suomenkieliset nimet

"Kasvien suomenkieliset nimet ­-ontologia tarjoaa kattavan kokoelman suomenkielisiä nimiä ja niiden tieteellisiä vastineita. Ontologia sisältää lajinimistöä eri puolilta maailmaa sekä kattavan määrän puutarha- ja viljelykasvinimistöä. Biologisen nimistön ajallinen muuttuvuus on huomioitu Kassun tietomallissa siten, että nimien muutosketjut ovat jäljitettävissä. Hauissa tulee näkyviin viimeisin voimassaoleva nimi. Kassu on ladattavissa sekä SKOS- että OWL-kielisen version sisältävänä tiedostona.

Indiana Philosophy Ontology

"The InPhO analyzes over 37 million words of philosophical content from: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy; Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy; PhilPapers; HathiTrust/Google Books Collection. The InPhO is constructed by a novel 3-step semi-automated process, called dynamic ontology: 1. Data Mining — Natural language processing (NLP) techniques generate statistical hypothesis about the relationships among philosophically-salient topics. 2. Expert Feedback — These hypotheses are evaluated by domain experts through online interfaces. 3.

Citation Typing Ontology

"CiTO, the Citation Typing Ontology, is an ontology written in OWL 2 DL to enable characterization of the nature or type of citations, both factually and rhetorically, and to permit these descriptions to be published on the Web. The citations characterized may be either direct and explicit (as in the reference list of a journal article), indirect (e.g. a citation to a more recent paper by the same research group on the same topic), or implicit (e.g. as in artistic quotations or parodies, or in cases of plagiarism).