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Purpose of GO - Gene Ontology ?

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Old 07-17-2006, 05:57 PM
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What is the purpose of GO - Gene Ontology software. Why isn't this incorporated into most / all software? I think it makes it difficult to go after your analysis of data and try to cluster and name everything so that they are standardized...

what do you guys think especially users of GO software / databases / annotation tools?
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Hey there,
my take on it is it is a way of organizing the naming and the annotation of data and genes. this is one way of standardizing all the naming and setting conventions...

tell me if I am wrong
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