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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.

NameDescription Maintainer
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PD-GlycoGenes-BJin-Dong Kim
PD-Preeclampsia-BJin-Dong Kim
PD-GlycoEpitope-BA batch annotator using PubDictionaries with the dictionary 'GlycoEpitope'Jin-Dong Kim
EnjuParserEnju HPSG Parser developed by University of Tokyo.Jin-Dong Kim
LappsGridGeneTaggerGATE Gene tagger running on the Language Applications Gridksuderman
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
PD-UBERON-AEIt annotates for anatomical entities, based on the UBERON-AE dictionary on PubDictionaries. Threshold is set to 0.85.Jin-Dong Kim
OntoGeneEROntoGene Entity RecognitionNico Colic
TextSentencersentence segmentationJin-Dong Kim
LappsGridStanfordPOSTaggerStanford Part-Of-Speech tagger running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
LappsGridBioNERThe Abner Tagger for BioMedical named entity recognition running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
LappsGridTimeMLTimeML event annotator from GATE running on the Language Applications Grid.ksuderman
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