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[bioontology-support] Annotator parameters and documentation

Paul R Alexander palexander at
Wed Oct 16 10:29:50 PDT 2013

It does use a default list. We will add these to the documentation.

The Annotator was returning mappings by default due to a bug that has been fixed. The mappings (when included) come from the entire mapping data set. In the future there will be options to filter based on source.


On Oct 14, 2013, at 10:53 AM, Trish Whetzel <whetzel at> wrote:

> With the new API release, does the Annotator still use a default list of stop words? I didn't notice these documented here:  However, for the previous API version a default list of stop words could be included and these were accessed with the call:<APIKey>
> Also, the BioPortal Annotator Web page returns results from term mappings without selecting a mapping parameter. What is the source of the mappings the Annotator Web service is using when called from the BioPortal Annotator Web page? I didn't see information on the mappings here: and links from here to the "REST API documentation" point to documentation for the previous API.
> Thanks for the help, 
> Trish 
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