Argo will be demonstrated at the 9th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC) on the 30th of May in Reykjavik, Iceland. The associated paper is:
Rak, R., Carter, J., Rowley, A., Batista-Navarro, R. T. B. and Ananiadou, S. (2014). Interoperability and Customisation of Annotation Schemata in Argo.
Sophia Ananiadou, director of NaCTeM, will give a talk about Argo at the OpenAIRE-COAR conference, to be held from May 21- 23, 2014 in Athens, Greece, at the Acropolis Museum.
The conference will explore how open access infrastructures are being practically implemented around the world and will consider how repositories intersect with other library and research services, together with services that enhance them, such as text-mining.
OpenAIRE is a complex scholarly communication infrastructure developed to support open access, and measure funding impact in Europe. It is funded by the European Commission and involves 33 European Countries.
Argo will be demonstrated during several sessions at the BioCreative IV workshop held in Washington, DC, between 7 and 9 October, 2013. The demonstrations will involve workflows supporting BioC format, curation capabilities, and the recognition of chemicals and bioprocesses.The relevant reports can be found in the workshop proceedings:
- Rafal Rak, Riza Batista-Navarro, Andrew Rowley, Makoto Miwa, Jacob Carter and Sophia Ananiadou, NaCTeM’s BioC Modules and Resources for BioCreative IV
- Rafal Rak, Riza Batista-Navarro, Andrew Rowley, Jacob Carter and Sophia Ananiadou, Customisable Curation Workflows in Argo
- Riza Theresa Batista-Navarro, Rafal Rak and Sophia Ananiadou, Chemistry-speciﬁc Features and Heuristics for Developing a CRF-based Chemical Named Entity Recogniser
Argo is participating in a biocuration process as part of the BioCreative IV User Interactive Task. The BioCreative organisers aim to promote Web-based, text mining platforms to support research community in performing resource curation activities. Argo is one of nine systems that take part in the challenge this year.
The task, set up by NaCTeM and approved by the BioCreative organisers, involves the annotation of metabolic processes. Several biocurators will quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate Argo by setting up workflows and performing manual annotation of PubMed abstracts supported by automatic processing available in Argo. The feedback received from the curators will guide the future development of Argo to better accommodate manual curation requirements.
We have prepared a tutorial with detailed information, annotation guidelines and instructions for using Argo in this task.
Argo and the SPARQL Annotation Editor will be demonstrated during the Shared Task session of the 7th Linguistic Annotation Workshop & Interoperability with Discourse. The session will take place on 8 August in Sofia, Bulgaria.
We are pleased to announce that Argo will be demonstrated at the ACL 2013 conference to be held in Sofia, Bulgaria, in August. The demonstration is scheduled for the 5th of August, 19:45-21:00. Please consult the daily program for details.
The details of the demonstration will appear in the conference proceedings:
Rak, R., Rowley, A., Carter, J. and Ananiadou, S. (To appear). Development and Analysis of NLP Pipelines in Argo. In: Proceedings of the System Demonstration Session at The 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Association for Computational Linguistics