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NeuroLex is a Web-based dynamic lexicon of neuroscience concepts and it presents the information in a semantic wiki. It is available from:

http://neurolex.org/wiki/

NeuroLex is supported by The Neuroscience Information Framework, and it is implemented with MediaWiki software and the Semantic MediaWiki and Halo extension.

NeuroLex contains, e.g., brain regions[1] and behavioral paradigms.[2] Some of the brain regions in NeuroLex are linked from the Brede Wiki via its Brain region template. The initial items of NeuroLex are built from the NIFSTD ontologies which again was built on the vocabolary BIRNLex.

Another neuroinformatics wiki is Brede Wiki and the semantic web project NeuroCommons is also related.

A SPARQL end point is available.[3]. It runs from

http://api.talis.com/stores/neurolex/services/sparql

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[edit] See also

[edit] Papers

  1. A multi-scale parts list for the brain: community-based ontology curation for neuroinformatics with NeuroLex.org
  2. Stephen Larson, Sarah Maynard, Fahim Imam, Maryann Martone(2009). "NeuroLex.org - A semantic wiki for neuroinformatics based on the NIF Standard Ontology". Frontiers in Neuroinformatics. Conference Abstract: 2nd INCF Congress of Neuroinformatics. doi: 10.3389/conf.neuro.11.2009.08.078. [1]
  3. NeuroLex.org: an online framework for neuroscience knowledge (2013)

[edit] Reference

  1. http://neurolex.org/wiki/Brain_Regions_Hierarchy
  2. http://neurolex.org/wiki/Behavioral_Paradigm_Hierarchy
  3. http://neurolex.org/wiki/NeuroLex_SPARQL_endpoint

[edit] Others

  1. https://wiki.neuinfo.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/NIFSTDoverview
  2. Using the Neurolex Wiki: How to Contribute to the Neurolex (2009-06-23) Video
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