A Approach to Clinical Proteomics Data Quality Control and Import

Abstract : Biomedical domain and proteomics in particular are faced with an increasing volume of data. The heterogeneity of data sources implies heterogeneity in the representation and in the content of data. Data may also be incorrect, implicate errors and can compromise the analysis of experiments results. Our approach aims to ensure the initial quality of data during import into an information system dedicated to proteomics. It is based on the joint use of models, which represent the system sources, and ontologies, which are use as mediators between them. The controls, we propose, ensure the validity of values, semantics and data consistency during import process.
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Pierre Naubourg, Marinette Savonnet, Eric Leclercq, Kokou Yétongnon. A Approach to Clinical Proteomics Data Quality Control and Import. Information Technology in Bio- and Medical Informatics (ITBAM), Aug 2011, Toulouse, France. Springer, 6865, pp.168-182, 2011, 〈10.1007/978-3-642-23208-4_15〉. 〈hal-00710997〉

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