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Collections

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GlycoBiologyAnnotations made to the titles and abstracts of the journal 'GlycoBiology'2019-03-10
PreeclampsiaPreeclampsia-related annotations for text mining2019-03-10
bionlp-st-ge-2016The 2016 edition of the Genia event extraction (GE) task organized within BioNLP-ST 20162019-03-11
GlyCosmos600A random collection of 600 PubMed abstracts from 6 glycobiology-related journals: Glycobiology, Glycoconjugate journal, The Journal of biological chemistry, Journal of proteome research, Journal of proteomics, and Carbohydrate research. The whole PMIDs were collected on June 11, 2019. From each journal, 100 PMIDs were randomly sampled.2019-06-11
LitCovidLitCovid is a comprehensive literature resource on the subject of Covid-19 collected by NCBI: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/research/coronavirus/ Since the literature dataset was released, several groups are producing annotations to the dataset. To facilitate a venue for aggregating the valuable resources which are highly relevant to each other, and should be much more useful when they can be accessed together, this PubAnnotation collection is set up. It is a part of the Covid19-PubAnnotation project. In this collection, the LitCovid-docs project contains all the documents contained in the LitCovid literature collection, and the other projects are annotation datasets contributed by various groups. It is an open collection, which means anyone who wants to contribute can do so, in the following way: take the documents in the, LitCovid-docs project produce annotation to the texts based on your resource, and contribute the annotation back to this collection: create your own project at PubAnnotaiton, upload your annotation to the project (HowTo), and add the project to this collection. All the contributed annotations will become publicly available. Please note that, during uploading your annotation data, you do not need to be worried about slight changes in the text: PubAnnotation will automatically catch them and adjust the positions appropriately. Should you have any question, please feel free to mail to admin@pubannotation.org. 2020-04-14
CORD-19-sample-annotation2020-04-21
CORD-19CORD-19 (COVID-19 Open Research Dataset) is a free, open resource for the global research community provided by the Allen Institute for AI: https://pages.semanticscholar.org/coronavirus-research. As of 2020-03-20, it contains over 29,000 full text articles. This CORD-19 collection at PubAnnotation is prepared for the purpose of collecting annotations to the texts, so that they can be easily accessed and utilized. If you want to contribute with your annotation, take the documents in the CORD-19_All_docs project, produce your annotation to the texts using your annotation system, and contribute the annotation back to PubAnnotation (HowTo). All the contributed annotations will become publicly available. Please note that, during uploading your annotation data, you do not need to be worried about slight changes in the text: PubAnnotation will automatically catch them and adjust the positions appropriately. Once you have uploaded your annotation, please notify it to admin@pubannotation.org admin@pubannotation.org, so that it can be included in this collection, which will make your annotation much easily findable. Note that as the CORD-19 dataset grows, the documents in this collection also will be updated. IMPORTANT: CORD-19 License agreement requires that the dataset must be used for text and data mining only.2020-04-14

Projects

NameTDescription# Ann.Updated atStatus
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GO-BPAnnotation for biological processes as defined in the "Biological Process" subset of Gene Ontology35.4 K2020-09-18Developing
bionlp-st-ge-2016-referenceIt is the benchmark reference data set of the BioNLP-ST 2016 GE task. It includes Genia-style event annotations to 20 full paper articles which are about NFκB proteins. The task is to develop an automatic annotation system which can produce annotation similar to the annotation in this data set as much as possible. For evaluation of the performance of a participating system, the system needs to produce annotations to the documents in the benchmark test data set (bionlp-st-ge-2016-test). GE 2016 benchmark data set is provided as multi-layer annotations which include: bionlp-st-ge-2016-reference: benchmark reference data set (this project) bionlp-st-ge-2016-test: benchmark test data set (annotations are blined) bionlp-st-ge-2016-test-proteins: protein annotation to the benchmark test data set Following is supporting resources: bionlp-st-ge-2016-coref: coreference annotation bionlp-st-ge-2016-uniprot: Protein annotation with UniProt IDs. pmc-enju-pas: dependency parsing result produced by Enju UBERON-AE: annotation for anatomical entities as defined in UBERON ICD10: annotation for disease names as defined in ICD10 GO-BP: annotation for biological process names as defined in GO GO-CC: annotation for cellular component names as defined in GO A SPARQL-driven search interface is provided at http://bionlp.dbcls.jp/sparql.14.4 K2020-09-13Released
UBERON-AEAnnotation for anatomical entities based on the "Anatomical Entity" subtree of UBERON ontology. Annotations are automatically produced using PubDictionaries with threshold: 0.85.865 K2020-09-18Developing
GO-CCAnnotation for cellular components as defined in the "Cellular Component" subtree of Gene Ontology17.6 K2020-09-18Developing
ICD10Annotation for disease names as defined in ICD101.6 K2020-09-18Developing
sentencesSentence segmentation annotation1.27 M2020-09-18Testing
bionlp-st-ge-2016-testIt is the benchmark test data set of the BioNLP-ST 2016 GE task. It includes Genia-style event annotations to 14 full paper articles which are about NFκB proteins. For testing purpose, however, annotations are all blinded, which means users cannot see the annotations in this project. Instead, annotations in any other project can be compared to the hidden annotations in this project, then the annotations in the project will be automatically evaluated based on the comparison. A participant of GE task can get the evaluation of his/her result of automatic annotation, through following process: Create a new project. Import documents from the project, bionlp-st-2016-test-proteins to your project. Import annotations from the project, bionlp-st-2016-test-proteins to your project. At this point, you may want to compare you project to this project, the benchmark data set. It will show that protein annotations in your project is 100% correct, but other annotations, e.g., events, are 0%. Produce event annotations, using your system, upon the protein annotations. Upload your event annotations to your project. Compare your project to this project, to get evaluation. GE 2016 benchmark data set is provided as multi-layer annotations which include: bionlp-st-ge-2016-reference: benchmark reference data set bionlp-st-ge-2016-test: benchmark test data set (this project) bionlp-st-ge-2016-test-proteins: protein annotation to the benchmark test data set Following is supporting resources: bionlp-st-ge-2016-coref: coreference annotation bionlp-st-ge-2016-uniprot: Protein annotation with UniProt IDs. pmc-enju-pas: dependency parsing result produced by Enju UBERON-AE: annotation for anatomical entities as defined in UBERON ICD10: annotation for disease names as defined in ICD10 GO-BP: annotation for biological process names as defined in GO GO-CC: annotation for cellular component names as defined in GO A SPARQL-driven search interface is provided at http://bionlp.dbcls.jp/sparql.7.99 K2020-09-18Released
bionlp-st-ge-2016-test-proteinsProtein annotations to the benchmark test data set of the BioNLP-ST 2016 GE task. A participant of the GE task may import the documents and annotations of this project to his/her own project, to begin with producing event annotations. For more details, please refer to the benchmark test data set (bionlp-st-ge-2016-test). 4.34 K2020-09-18Released
GO-MFAnnotation for molecular functions as defined in the "Molecular Function" subtree of Gene Ontology19.7 K2020-09-18Testing
pmc-enju-pasPredicate-argument structure annotation produced by Enju. This data set is initially produced as a supporting resource for BioNLP-ST 2016 GE task. As so, it currently includes the 34 full paper articles that are in the benchmark data sets of GE 2016 task, reference data set (bionlp-st-ge-2016-reference) and test data set (bionlp-st-ge-2016-test), but will be extended to include more papers from the PubMed Central Open Access subset (PMCOA). 205 K2020-09-18Developing

Automatic annotators

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PubTator-ChemicalTo pull the pre-computed chemical annotation from PubTator.
PubTator-GeneTo pull the pre-computed gene annotation from PubTator.
PubTator-SpeciesTo pull the pre-computed Species annotation from PubTator.
TextSentencersentence segmentation
PubTator-DiseaseTo pull the pre-computed disease annotation from PubTator.
PubTator-MutationTo pull the pre-computed mutation annotation from PubTator.
discourse-simplifierA discourse analyzer developed by Univ. Manchester.
PD-NGLY1-deficiency-BA batch annotator for NGLY1 deficiency
PD-UBERON-AEIt annotates for anatomical entities, based on the UBERON-AE dictionary on PubDictionaries. Threshold is set to 0.85.
PD-FMA-PAEPhysical Anatomical Entities from FMA

Editors

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TextAETextAE version 5, which enables edition of attributes of denotations.
TextAE-oldTextAE version 4, which was the latest stable version until Apr. 19, 2020.
TextAE-DevIt is a development version of TextAE. While this version has richer features, there is a chance of some bugs.