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From "RYAN C. CORNIA" <ryan.cor...@utah.edu>
Subject Re: XMI/annotation viewer for browser
Date Wed, 04 Dec 2013 15:13:33 GMT
We (a group at the University of Utah) are also implementing a web based
validation system to display UIMA output and allow users to validate the
annotations.

We¹d be happy to collaborate with other groups if others are interested.

-Ryan


On 12/3/13, 3:13 AM, "Frank Enders" <frank.enders@averbis.com> wrote:

>Dear Roberto,
>
>since we had similar requirements and didn't find any existing solution
>we started to develop one on our ones some years ago.
>Currently, besides viewing XMIs, our app is capable of working with UIMA
>AS endpoints. Privileged users can start such endpoints via this gui and
>recreate dictionaries (in case a concpt mapper is involved) as well.
>Currently, we are working on a web based visual pipeline configurator to
>be integrated.
>
>To support the manual annotation process, we integrated a terminology
>browser which can be used to annotate concepts from controlled
>vocabularies.
>You can find a current version at:
>
>http://www.annotationeditor.de
>
>A online manual can be found via the "About" dialog.
>
>All the best
>Frank
>
>Am 03.12.2013 10:44, schrieb Roberto Franchini:
>> Hi to all,
>> I'm looking for an "annotation viewer" for the web.
>> We have a REST api that wraps ours nlp pipelines and I would develop a
>> web app to view annotations emitted from the pipeline inside the
>> borwser.
>> Thank you in advance for any suggestion,
>> RF
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