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From Eddie Epstein <eaepst...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: basic question on sharing results from ./documentAnalyzer.sh demo
Date Thu, 30 Dec 2010 15:19:55 GMT
Try adding the following sample annotator to the end of your pipeline:
$UIMA_HOME/examples/descriptors/cas_consumer/AnnotationPrinter.xml

Eddie

On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 1:09 PM, Ted Pedersen <tpederse@d.umn.edu> wrote:
> Greetings all,
>
> I'm fairly new to UIMA, and to get myself oriented I've been running
> the documentAnalyzer.sh demo/samples, and it's proven to be pretty
> easy to use and quite informative (about what you can do with UIMA).
>
> One thing I'd like to be able to do is cut some output and send that
> to colleagues who aren't necessarily using UIMA, so as to say - look!
> I gave this input file to the NamesAndPersonTitles_TAE.xml
> function/descriptor, and this is what I got!
>
> Let's assume they don't have UIMA installed, and that I don't want to
> send them a screen shot (yes, I'm old school in that regard). Rather,
> I'd just like to send them a text based file they can read in a
> relatively simple way.
>
> It doesn't have to be exactly this format, but just to give you an idea...
>
> If my input is...
>
> Mr. Smith works at IBM.
>
> Then I'd like to send something like....
>
> <name> <title> Mr. </title> Smith </name> works at IBM.
>
> (Actual results, doesn't seem to recognize IBM. :) Note that I just
> wrote the above manually....
>
> Anyway, I'd just like to have these results in a somewhat simple,
> readable, mailable form. I would even settle for being able to cut and
> paste from the right hand column where the annotation details are
> shown, to get something like....
>
> Person Title ("Mr.")
> begin=0
> end=3
> Name ("Mr. Smith")
> begin = 0
> begin = 9
>
> Note that I had to do that manually...anyway, the specific format
> doesn't actually matter (doesn't need to be either of the above
> precisely) just something that conveys the output of UIMA in a way
> that can be read by a human and send via email...
>
> BTW, I did see the HTML and XML options on the Results Display Format
> buttons on Analysis Results, but when I try and use those to see what
> they do that just seems to hang and nothing is displayed. I saw some
> output directories interactive_temp and interactive_out, but those
> just contained the input text and the .xmi output (which I don't find
> particularly readable. :)
>
> Any thoughts, suggestions, arguments as to why this is a bad idea,
> etc. are of course welcome.
>
> Cordially,
> Ted
>
> --
> Ted Pedersen
> http://www.d.umn.edu/~tpederse
>

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