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ready Ontology of Experimental Events

Abbreviation: OEEV

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The Ontology of Experimental Events (OEEv) characterizes events that occur during an experiment; for example, moving of plants, dates of sowing, application of a given treatment, harvesting, measurements or sampling for ‐omic measurements, or any category of technical problem. The OEEv ontology contains four groups of events, namely Faciility Management, Scientific Object Management, Trouble and Displacement


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Created in 2018

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Dealing with multi-source and multi-scale information in plant phenomics: the ontology-driven Phenotyping Hybrid Information System.

Neveu P,Tireau A,Hilgert N,Negre V,Mineau-Cesari J,Brichet N,Chapuis R,Sanchez I,Pommier C,Charnomordic B,Tardieu F,Cabrera-Bosquet L
New Phytol 2018

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