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[bioontology-support] anotator

Clement Jonquet jonquet at lirmm.fr
Wed Sep 27 07:03:56 PDT 2017


Hi Alexander, 

Check out the archive of this mailing list and if yu don’t find your responses come back to me.

 

Clement

 

De : bioontology-support [mailto:bioontology-support-bounces at lists.stanford.edu] De la part de Alexander Garcia Castro
Envoyé : mercredi 27 septembre 2017 06:59
À : NCBO User Support <support at bioontology.org>
Objet : [bioontology-support] anotator

 

Hi all. I am using the NCBO annotator and I like it. In a paper I just submitted the reviewer is saying that there are other NER tools that are better. this may be true but when processing the whole of PMC over a web service against all biomedical ontologies or a big portion of them then... is there anything as reliable as bioportal annotator? could some one help me out with some reference that justifies the choice of  the ncbo annotator? I am using it because I dont know if there is a web service that is as reliable when processing lots of texts and also that works against all of biomedical ontologies -in my case it is pretty much a choice due to the need to reuse other peoples infrastructure because I would not be able to process it on my own.

 

also, there are lots of other NER tools but why was this one specifically selected for the NCBO NER service? as oppose to using another NER tool for the NCBO annotator. 

 

cheers. 

 

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