Software developer

Sandbox

This is a sandbox page for people wanting to see editing effects on the published site. All changes and edits should be considered temporary.

SVN Help

Access to the GO Subversion Repository

Subversion is a version control system; the software can be downloaded from Apache Subversion if it is not installed on your computer.

The GO subversion repository can be also viewed online using the viewvc repository browser.

GO SVN basics

The GO ontology file is stored in the trunk directory of the GO SVN repository:

GO MySQL Database Schema with Views

GO Database Schema Autodoc

This is the GO MySQL Database Schema documentation, in Autodoc format. Everything on this page was automatically generated from the schema metadata. For more background on the schema, please read GO Database documentation.

note on modules: The tables are partitioned into modules for the purposes of Autodoc. These modules are invisible in the actual instantiations of the database, so the table "go_graph.term" is just simply "term".

GO MySQL Database Schema

GO Database Schema Autodoc

This is the GO MySQL Database Schema documentation, in Autodoc format. Everything on this page was automatically generated from the schema metadata. For more background on the schema, please read GO Database documentation.

note on modules: The tables are partitioned into modules for the purposes of Autodoc. These modules are invisible in the actual instantiations of the database, so the table "go_graph.term" is just simply "term".

Annotation Quality Control

The GO Consortium implements a number of automated checks to check the quality of the annotations submitted to the GO database. These checks are detailed on the annotation quality control checks page.

Downloads

  • GO annotations: Gene association files submitted by members of the Gene Ontology Consortium
  • Ontology: Various versions of Gene Ontology
  • Mappings: Mappings from the GO to a number of external vocabularies also built for genome annotation

Use and License

Gene Ontology Consortium data and data products are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported License. A human-readable version and explanation is available at the Creative Commons website. For information about how to properly credit data use, please review the Creative Commons FAQ or contact the GO Helpdesk.