A Terminological Inventory for Biodiversity

In order to construct the inventory, we firstly compiled a species name dictionary by combining all of the names available in Catalogue of Life (CoL), Encyclopedia of Life (EoL) and Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). The terms contained in this dictionary were then located within ...

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GENIA Event Corpus with meta-knowledge annotation

The corpus consists of 1000 MEDLINE abstracts. It is a subset of the original GENIA POS & term corpus, which was selected using the three MeSH terms human, blood cells and transcription factors. In each sentence, three types of information are annotated 1) biomedical terms are identified and assi...

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GENIA POS & Term Corpus

A corpus of 2,000 MEDLINE abstracts, collected using the three MeSH terms human, blood cells and transcription factors. The corpus is available in three formats: 1) A text file containing part-of-speech (POS) annotation, based on the Penn Treebank format, 2) An XML file containing inline POS anno...

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GENIA Tagger

The GENIA tagger analyzes English sentences and outputs the base forms, part-of-speech tags, chunk tags, and named entity tags. The tagger is specifically tuned for biomedical text such as MEDLINE abstracts.

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HIMERA Corpus

The HIMERA annotated corpus contains a set of published historical medical documents that have been manually annotated with semantic information that is relevant to the study of medical history and public health. Specifically, annotations correspond to seven different entity types and two differe...

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PhenoCHF Corpus

PhenoCHF is an annotated corpus consisting of documents belonging to two different text types (i.e., narrative reports from electronic health records (EHRs) and literature articles). It is manually annotated by medical doctors with detailed information relating to mentions of phenotype concepts a...

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Treat

Treat is a toolkit for natural language processing and computational linguistics in Ruby. The Treat project aims to build a language- and algorithm- agnostic NLP framework for Ruby with support for tasks such as document retrieval, text chunking, segmentation and tokenization, natural language pa...

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U-Compare Named Entity Recognition service

Web service created by exporting UIMA-based workflow from the U-Compare text mining system. Functionality: Identifies biomedical named entities (genes and proteins) in plain text. Also identifies sentences. Tools in workflow: Cafetiere Sentence Splitter (University of Manchester), NEMine (Univ...

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U-Compare Species Disambiguation Service

Web service created by exporting UIMA-based workflow from the U-Compare text mining system. Functionality: Identifies biological named entities and disambiguates them according to species, by assigning a species ID from the NCBI taxonomy. Also identifies sentences and tokens. Tools in workflow...

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U-Compare Type system

The resource constitues of a hierarchically-structured system of data types, which is intended to be suitable for describing the inputs and output annotation types of a wide range of natural language processing applications which operate within the UIMA Framework. It is being developed in conjunc...

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