Open Microscopy Environment Ontology

Other names: OME-OWL

The Open Microscopy Environment Ontology (OME-OWL) is a light microscopy imaging ontology that has been developed through translation of the OME data model. The aim of this ontology is to support multi-modal imaging technologies and integrate life-science metadata to enable comprehensive image analyses. The core concepts extracted from the OME Data model include project, experiment, instrument, image, screen, plate and region of interest. The ontology has been extended to include electron microscopy, X-ray computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).




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