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Annotators

Below is a list of pre-registered, automatic annotation services which are interoperable with PubAnnotation.

If you do not know an applicable annotation service to your purpose, you may want to take a look at PubDictionaries, which is a highly customizable, dictionary-based text annotation service.

Name DescriptionMaintainer
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EnjuParserEnju HPSG Parser developed by University of Tokyo.Jin-Dong Kim
LappsGridBioNERThe Abner Tagger for BioMedical named entity recognition running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
LappsGridGeneTaggerGATE Gene tagger running on the Language Applications Gridksuderman
LappsGridStanfordPOSTaggerStanford Part-Of-Speech tagger running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
LappsGridTimeMLTimeML event annotator from GATE running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
OntoGeneEROntoGene Entity RecognitionNico Colic
PD-GlycoEpitope-BA batch annotator using PubDictionaries with the dictionary 'GlycoEpitope'Jin-Dong Kim
PD-GlycoGenes-BJin-Dong Kim
PD-Preeclampsia-BJin-Dong Kim
PD-UBERON-AEIt annotates for anatomical entities, based on the UBERON-AE dictionary on PubDictionaries. Threshold is set to 0.85.Jin-Dong Kim
PD-UBERON-AE-BIt annotates for anatomical entities, based on the UBERON-AE dictionary on PubDictionaries. It used the default threshold, 0.85. It uses the batch mode annotation, and may be used for annotation to a large amount of documents.Jin-Dong Kim
TextSentencersentence segmentationJin-Dong Kim
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