Can you figure out what a good limit would be for these two use cases? I.e.
what would support 99%, 99.9%, and 100%?

On Sun, Sep 18, 2016, 12:27 Egon Willighagen <egon.willigha...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> sorry for joining the party late...
>
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 11:39 AM, Sebastian Burgstaller
> <sebastian.burgstal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I think this topic might have been discussed many months ago. For
> > certain data types in the chemical compound space (P233, canonical
> > smiles, P2017 isomeric smiles and P234 Inchi key) a higher character
> > limit than 400 would be really helpful (1500 to 2000 chars (I sense
> > that this might cause problems with SPARQL)). Are there any plans on
> > implementing this? In general, for quality assurance, many string
> > property types would profit from a fixed max string length.
>
> 400 characters is not a lot for chemicals... InChIs can be a lot
> larger indeed. 2k would allow us to capture a lot more chemicals. BTW,
> this also applies to the canonical SMILES, which also doesn't have an
> upper bound. Tannic acid (Q427956) is an example (which looking at the
> InChIKey came up when running the bot :) From working with ChEMBL as
> RDF I know it has InChIs of length > 1024, which was the max length in
> Virtuoso... I think it's important for the biology and chemistry to
> increase the limit.
>
> Egon
>
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