(The Health Ontology Mapper (HOM or OntoMapper) is an open source general purpose instance mapper for academic research, public hospitals and non-profits.)
Lead Terminologist: Ketty Mobed (UCSF)
HOM Interpreter Programming Lead: Prakash Lakshminarayanan (UCSF)
UETL Programming Lead: Vijay Rayanker (UCSF)
(the original grant application technical proposal can be viewed here: https://community.i2b2.org/wiki/download/attachments/2195462/Ontomapper+Grant+v.7+4.14.08+FINAL.pdf
License: Open Source BSD License http://www.linfo.org/bsdlicense.html ... HOM BSD ... (For an optional commercial license contact: Ellen Kats at UCSF Tech Transfer.) If you would like to purchase a Support License for Ontology Mapper please contact Peter Emerson at Recombinant Data Corp at email@example.com.
(you are currently viewing the HOM development site where we perform work on our next/pending releases)
Publications Page (our primary publication so far is the AMIA 2010 paper that got best paper award highlighted and linked on this page above...)
Bug tracking is listed as a subproject of HOM here: https://community.i2b2.org/jira/secure/Dashboard.jspa
's data dictionary is published on the NCBO BioPortal: http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies?filter=CTSA-HOM
Bug tracking for HOM is found here: https://community.i2b2.org/jira/secure/Dashboard.jspa
Revision Control is available on Subversion. Please contact Aaron Mandel firstname.lastname@example.org for access to Subversion.
The PUBLIC website for the CTSA Health Ontology Mapper SHRINE integration is located here: http://www.i2b2cictr.org however the caGRID based site has not been made public yet (not because it's secret or anything but we haven't had the time yet) by OSU.
The Ontology Mapper project has been very active from its inception and our work continues at a brisk pace.
We are now working on version 2.: This project is currently making our tools interoperable with both SHRINE and the NCBO BioPortal with the OpenMDR TRIAD system at OSU. We have an active project under way to allow the command line operation of UETL and HOM from batch job processing environments and there is an exploratory project that would allow NLP extraction of biomedical concepts from incoming full text data fields.
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