The module EBI::FGPT::FuzzyRecogniser takes in the constructor an ontology file (OWL/OBO/OMIM/MeSH) and parses it into an internal table of ontology terms (type of EBI::FGPT::FuzzyRecogniser::OntologyTerm). The module contains the find_match method which finds the best match for the supplied term in the given ontology. This can be then queried for ->match_similarity(), ->matched_value(), ->matched_label(), and ->matched_accession(). The best match is based on the n-grams similarity metric.
use EBI::FGPT::FuzzyRecogniser; # instantiate and pass ontology file my $fuzzy = EBI::FGPT::FuzzyRecogniser->new( obofile => 'obo.txt' ); # call find_match on a supplied term # finds the best match for the supplied term in the ontology. my $x = $fuzzy->find_match('submitter');
Emma Hastings , <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tomasz Adamusiak <email@example.com>
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Finds the best match for the supplied term in the ontology.
Creates an OntologyTerm object given its accession and annotations
Custom MeSH parser for the MeSH ASCII format.
Custom OMIM parser.
Custom OBO parser.
Custom OWL parser.