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Hi Louis,
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<div class="">Thank you for reporting this to us. It looks like both annotations refer to the same class, but one of them has the old namespace that's no longer used in the ontology. I'll re-process the the ontology for the Annotator; it should take care of
 the problem. I'll keep you posted when the processing completes.</div>
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<div class="">Thanks,</div>
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<div class="">Michael</div>
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<div class="">On Nov 21, 2016, at 06:47, Luís Campos <<a href="mailto:luis.filipe.lcampos@gmail.com" class="">luis.filipe.lcampos@gmail.com</a>> wrote:</div>
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Why there always two annotations by term in the text, even when I choose just one Ontology?
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<div class="">For example:</div>
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<div class=""><a href="http://data.bioontology.org/annotator?apikey=8b5b7825-538d-40e0-9e9e-5ab9274a9aeb&text=limb%0A&ontologies=RADLEX&longest_only=false&exclude_numbers=false&whole_word_only=true&exclude_synonyms=false" class="">http://data.bioontology.org/annotator?apikey=8b5b7825-538d-40e0-9e9e-5ab9274a9aeb&text=limb%0A&ontologies=RADLEX&longest_only=false&exclude_numbers=false&whole_word_only=true&exclude_synonyms=false</a><br class="">
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<div class="">Here I'm just annotating the word "limb" using just the RadLex ontology. But the result is a list of two annotations, really similar to one another. What's the difference between the two annotations and what is the importance of this difference?</div>
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<div class="">Thanks from Portugal!<br class="">
Luís Campos</div>
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