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Status
  • Mature release
  • Development: active
  • Support: active
Licence
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GPL 3.0

Resources
Interoperable Components


About Canto

Canto is an online tool that supports functional gene annotation by community researchers as well as by professional curators. It provides a simple interface to gather genetic and molecular data from publications for inclusion in public biological databases. Canto employs OBO ontologies to ensure a consistent vocabulary is used to describe gene and gene product functionality and location.

Genetic and physical interaction annotation is also supported. Canto captures all necessary information about each interaction for submission to BioGRID.

Canto currently supports annotation export in JSON format, either by individual paper or in bulk. The JSON data from Canto can be loaded into a relational database using the Chado schema (as at PomBase) or alternative schemas.


Visit the Canto website.


Downloads


Using Canto

Installation

Full instructions for installing Canto are available from the Canto github repository.

Documentation

Instructions for using Canto are integrated into the tool installations and at the PomBase Canto site.

Publications, Tutorials, and Presentations

Presentations

Contacts and Mailing Lists

Mailing List Link Description Archive(s)
Canto gmod-canto Canto help and general questions. Sourceforge

Canto in the wild

Public installations of Canto:



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Available on platformlinux +, unix +, os x + and web +
Has URLhttp://curation.pombase.org/ +, http://curation.pombase.org/demo +, https://github.com/pombase/canto +, https://github.com/pombase/canto/blob/master/documentation/canto_admin.md +, http://curation.pombase.org/pombe + and http://curation.pombase.org/uniprot +
Has descriptionCanto is an online tool that supports funcCanto is an online tool that supports functional gene annotation by community researchers as well as by professional curators. It provides a simple interface to gather genetic and molecular data from publications for inclusion in public biological databases. Canto employs OBO ontologies to ensure a consistent vocabulary is used to describe gene and gene product functionality and location.

Genetic and physical interaction annotation is also supported. Canto captures all necessary information about each interaction for submission to BioGRID.

Canto currently supports annotation export in JSON format, either by individual paper or in bulk. The JSON data from Canto can be loaded into a relational database using the Chado schema (as at PomBase) or alternative schemas.
ma (as at PomBase) or alternative schemas. +, Curate GO annotations for S. pombe + and Curate GO annotations for proteins using UniProtKB identifiers +
Has development statusactive +
Has input formatOBO +, gene/protein IDs + and literature +
Has licenceGPL3 +
Has logoCantoTextLogo.png +
Has output formatJSON + and GAF +
Has software maturity statusmature +
Has support statusactive +
Has titlePomBase Canto + and Generic Gene Ontology Canto +
Has topicCanto +
Interaction typecan save data in +
InteractorCanto +
Interacts withChado +
Is open sourceYes +
Link typewebsite +, demo server +, download +, documentation + and wild URL +
Release date1 November 2013 +
Tool functionality or classificationliterature curation +, functional annotation + and community annotation +
Written in languagePerl +
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