The participants discussed, explored and developed web applications and interoperability (DDBJ/UniProt, SADI, TogoGenome, Schema.org etc.), generation and standardization of RDF data (Open Bio* tools, SIO, FALDO, Identifiers.org etc.), text-mining, NLP and ontology mapping (LODQA, BioPortal, NanoPublication etc.), quality assessment of SPARQL endpoints (availability, contents, CORS etc.) and standardization of RDF data in specific domains.
On the first day of the BioHackathon (Jun. 23), public symposium of the BioHackathon 2013 was held at Tokyo Skytree Space 634.
In this talk, Hideya Kawaji makes a presentation entitled "The FANTOM5 project: Identifying the complete set of promoters used to define cellularity". (12:52)