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From vijay garla <vnga...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Building
Date Mon, 30 Jun 2014 00:56:32 GMT
Hi John,

YTEX ships with 3 concept graphs (see

   - sct-rxnorm: concepts from SNOMED-CT and RXNORM.  This is the default.
   - sct-msh-csp-aod: concepts from the SNOMED-CT, MeSH, CRISP, and Alcohol
   and Drug thesaurus
   - umls: concepts from all restriction free (level 0) UMLS source
   vocabularies and SNOMED-CT

These concept graphs are included in ytex resources zip (see
3) Unzip YTEX Resources (Optional - UTS login required)

Download and unzip ctakes-ytex-resources-3.1.2-SNAPSHOT.zip
your installation. This contains:

   - Concept Graphs derived from the UMLS2013AA used to compute semantic
   similarity measures

All YTEX packages moved from the ytex namespace into org.apache.ctakes.ytex
- can you tell me which document you were looking at that mentioned
ytex.kernel.dao.ConceptDaoImpl?  I thought I had fixed this in the



On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 2:25 PM, John Green <john.travis.green@gmail.com>

> I got the semantic similarity web app running in ytex. Im still learning
> umls terminology, but I believe it says that out of the box its concept
> graphs are limited to the free set from umls? Does this mean without
> permissions? Similar to ctakes with umls rights? The concepts available
> seem limited so this would make sense.
> So, to take full advantage I would need to rebuild the concept graph,
> correct? Im in the process of doing this but getting classpath errors. I
> used java a bit ten years ago, so you can probably guess these will take me
> a minute to resolve. Notably, it is complaining about
> ytex.kernel.dao.ConceptDaoImpl.
> Thanks all,
> JG
> —
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