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Triple Store Databases and their role in high throughput, automated, extensible, data analysis

Triple Store Databases and their role in high throughput, automated, extensible, data analysis
Triple Store Databases and their role in high throughput, automated, extensible, data analysis
A critical component of high throughput experiments is the ability to store, retrieve, and analyse the resulting data. This is arguably best accomplished using a relational database. However, an elaborate relational database is founded on a complicated schema, and changing this schema requires a major act of redesign. This is incompatible with the scientific method, however, by which new hypotheses are devised and tested. Triple store databases, on the other hand, are able to be modified and extended without requiring a major redesign. In this presentation, the triple store method, and its application to the cheminformatics problem of solubility prediction, will be described.
triple store, sematics, rdf, moelcular structure, molecular properties
Taylor, Kieron R.
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Gledhill, Robert J.
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Essex, Jonathan W.
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Frey, Jeremy G.
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Taylor, Kieron R.
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Gledhill, Robert J.
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Essex, Jonathan W.
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Frey, Jeremy G.
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(2005) Triple Store Databases and their role in high throughput, automated, extensible, data analysis. 229th ACS National Meeting. 13 - 17 Mar 2005.

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A critical component of high throughput experiments is the ability to store, retrieve, and analyse the resulting data. This is arguably best accomplished using a relational database. However, an elaborate relational database is founded on a complicated schema, and changing this schema requires a major act of redesign. This is incompatible with the scientific method, however, by which new hypotheses are devised and tested. Triple store databases, on the other hand, are able to be modified and extended without requiring a major redesign. In this presentation, the triple store method, and its application to the cheminformatics problem of solubility prediction, will be described.

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Published date: 15 March 2005
Additional Information: CombeChem output
Venue - Dates: 229th ACS National Meeting, 2005-03-13 - 2005-03-17
Keywords: triple store, sematics, rdf, moelcular structure, molecular properties

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Local EPrints ID: 15165
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/15165
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Date deposited: 22 Mar 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:51

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Author: Kieron R. Taylor
Author: Robert J. Gledhill
Author: Jonathan W. Essex
Author: Jeremy G. Frey

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