Status (New/Update): Update
HUPO PSI Molecular Interaction Working Group (PSI-MI WG)
Chair (with affiliation and current email address):
Sandra Orchard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-Chairs (1 or 2) (with affiliation and current email address):
Sylvie Ricard-Blum (email@example.com)
Henning Hermjakob (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Other officers (optional) (with affiliation and current email address):
Editor(s): Sylvie Ricard-Blum (email@example.com)
Minimal Reporting Requirements Coordinator(s): Sandra Orchard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ontology Coordinator(s): Pablo Porras (email@example.com)
Web site Maintainer(s): Lukasz Salwinski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Focus and Purpose
The PSI-MI working group is composed of academic, government, and industry researchers, software developers and database curators and managers. The main goals of the PSI-MI working group are to:
define community data formats and associated controlled vocabulary terms, facilitating data exchange and archiving of molecular interaction data.Maintain data formats for the exchange of molecular interaction data, updating these when necessary in response to new data types
Maintain the minimum information guidelines (MIMIx) for the exchange of molecular interaction data, updating these when necessary in response to new data types
Maintain the PSI-MI controlled vocabularies updating these when necessary in response to new use cases
Maintain the PSICQUIC webservice
Support the work of interaction databases in making molecular interaction data publicly available
Current projects of the PSI-MI working group are:
Formal adoption of the recently released PSI-MI XML3.0.
Encouraging the adoption of the JAMI software library.
Supporting the development of formats for causal reasoning (CausalTAB)
Goal 1: Release of first implementation of PSI-MI XML3.0 – to include standard experimental data and specialist use case (manually curated complex set). Resulting publication to be written in parallel to submission to PSI editorial process.
Milestone 1: Submission of documents to editorial process and to journal.
Goal 2. Improvement to documentation describing use of JAMI, preparation of publication describing library and use cases.
Milestone 2: Submission of manuscript to journal.
Goal 3: Completion of CausalTAB format.
Milestone 3: First release of data in CausalTAB.