All properties in swo

Label Id Description
BFO CLIF specification label BFO_0000180 [Relates an entity in the ontology to the term that is used to represent it in the the CLIF specification of BFO2]
BFO OWL specification label BFO_0000179 [Relates an entity in the ontology to the name of the variable that is used to represent it in the code that generates the BFO OWL file from the lispy specification.]
SWO definition SWO_0000144
TopObjectProperty TopObjectProperty
alternative term IAO_0000118 [An alternative name for a class or property which means the same thing as the preferred name (semantically equivalent)]
comment comment
contributor contributor
creator creator
curator note IAO_0000232 [An administrative note of use for a curator but of no use for a user]
def def
definition IAO_0000115 [The official OBI definition, explaining the meaning of a class or property. Shall be Aristotelian, formalized and normalized. Can be augmented with colloquial definitions., The official definition, explaining the meaning of a class or property. Shall be Aristotelian, formalized and normalized. Can be augmented with colloquial definitions.]
definition source IAO_0000119 [formal citation, e.g. identifier in external database to indicate / attribute source(s) for the definition. Free text indicate / attribute source(s) for the definition. EXAMPLE: Author Name, URI, MeSH Term C04, PUBMED ID, Wiki uri on 31.01.2007]
deprecated deprecated
description description
directly followed by SWO_0000132 ['directly followed by' is an object property which further specializes the parent 'followed by' property. In the assertion 'C directly followed by C1', says that Cs generally are immediately followed by C1s.]
directly preceded by SWO_0000131 [Entity A is 'directly preceded by' entity B if there are no intermediate entities temporally between the two entities. WIthin SWO this property is mainly used to describe versions of entities such as software.]
editor note IAO_0000116 [An administrative note intended for its editor. It may not be included in the publication version of the ontology, so it should contain nothing necessary for end users to understand the ontology.]
editor preferred term IAO_0000111 [The concise, meaningful, and human-friendly name for a class or property preferred by the ontology developers. (US-English)]
elucidation IAO_0000600
example of usage IAO_0000112 [A phrase describing how a class name should be used. May also include other kinds of examples that facilitate immediate understanding of a class semantics, such as widely known prototypical subclasses or instances of the class. Although essential for high level terms, examples for low level terms (e.g., Affymetrix HU133 array) are not., A phrase describing how a term should be used and/or a citation to a work which uses it. May also include other kinds of examples that facilitate immediate understanding, such as widely know prototypes or instances of a class, or cases where a relation is said to hold.]