Modular Ontology Modeling (MOMo) methodology is a pattern-based methodology which emphasizes the data integration. It makes heavy use of a schema diagram as the conceptual vehicle. An example is provided here. Ontological analysis and formalization primarily occurs afterward as a part of adapting patterns to the use-case, generally by examining the data, but also with input from appropriate domain expertise.
In this session we will create a modular ontology which serves the PFAS Use Case. In particular, we will follow the MOMo methodology to identify candidate patterns, adapt them to our use-case, conduct systematic axiomatization (as necessary), and assemble the modules, and serialize the final product.
Here are some convenient links to tools, resources, and examples for use during the MOMo process.