Question about on-topicness
So I'm looking for an ontology (RDF/OWL) of potential conflicts of interest in medical research; and thought MedScience might be the most appropriate SE (but not sure). While it's research-related, it could already be a bit too programming-adjacent, and it's a find-me-the-right-resource question of sorts.
Notably my origin interest is about a field only peripherally related to the medical realm, namely public health and tobacco control (→in parts faux public health). Albeit with overlap in research methodologies and study formats. And often unacknowledged COIs (classification varies wildly between journals) I'd think are applicable across the board - including the very philosophical debate about how much disclosure is desirable. And I'm assuming there's similar overlap with potential domain priors or implicit biases in other clinical explorations; if any such ontology were to cover those as well.
So what I'm hoping to get out of the question is a reference relating to the OBO foundries', or from the OLS thingy. I've seen traces of e.g.
personal-stake denominations scattered elsewhere. But I'd be surprised if there wasn't a compendium ontology already. Just can't pinpoint it myself. Kinda shocked that it's such a vast topic nowadays.
Yet what I'm not looking forward is another flowtext paper, or shallow enumerations (da journals).
So, would this be on-topic here? Or perhaps Academia.SE be a better bet? (Might be even more fringe there.)
While it's research-related, it could already be a bit too programming-centered. It's not programming-centered at all. Programming questions are entirely off topic.