Paper on U-Compare published in BioInformatics


A paper entitled U-Compare: share and compare text mining tools with UIMA has recently been published in Bioinformatics

U-Compare is an integrated text mining/natural language processing system based on the UIMA Framework, which provides access to a large collection of ready-to-use interoperable natural language processing components. It is currently the world's largest UIMA component repository. U-Compare allows users to build complex NLP workflows via an easy drag-and-drop interface, and makes visualization and comparison of the outputs of these workflows simple.

U-Compare is the result of a collaboration between the Tsujii Laboratory at the University of Tokyo, the Center for Computational Pharmacology at the University of Colorado, and the National Centre for Text Mining.

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