I’m familiar with the existence of the check webpage that you refer to, but it’s not something we’ve actively maintained. If you’re working with RDF, I would suggest 3rd party validators instead, e.g., the W3C’s RDF Validator.
There's no action needed here. The BioPortal application attempted to generate a diff to the previous submission, but the diff failed because the previous submission never processed successfully. BioPortal’s code should admittedly be improved here - the application shouldn’t attempt to generate a diff if it can’t find any previous valid submissions.
Yes this is possible, though you need to contact us to request the deletion. If this is what you’d like us to do, just confirm and I can take care of it.
Apologies - I didn’t follow what you mean here about duplicate definitions. Are you referring to this Summary page: https://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/I2SV? I couldn’t find any duplicate text here, but I could be missing something.
This is an Excel to SKOS conversion that you’re doing? Just curious.
BioPortal is reading the label value directly from the skos:prefLabel for that concept in the ontology source file. I downloaded the source file for the latest submission and see the label you’re referring to on line 105:
skos:prefLabel "Arnsteinâ€™s ladder"@en .
I believe if you edit the TTL file and re-upload to BioPortal, the application will honor/display whatever label value you place here.
The dash displays in BioPortal because it exists in the skos:prefLabel for that concept on line 906:
skos:prefLabel "Integration and implementation-sciences"@en;
You should be able to modify the prefLabel value to remove the dash, then re-upload to BioPortal.
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