Cheng-Ju Kuo

NAME

AIIA::GMT - a XML-RPC client of a web-service server, AIIA gene mention tagger, which provides the service to recognize named entities in the biomedical articles

SYNOPSIS

 use YAML;
 use AIIA::GMT;

 $result = &text2entity('less than 3000 words');
 print Dump $result;

DESCRIPTION

AIIA::GMT is a XML-RPC client of a web-service server, AIIA gene mention tagger, which provides the service to recognize named entities in the biomedical articles.

AIIA gene mention tagger, developed by Adaptive Internet Intelligent Agents Lab, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan and I-Fang Chung's Lab, Institute of Bioinformatics, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan, is a named entity recognition tool which participated in the BioCreative II challenge evaluation and attained a 0.8683 of F-score (ranked 2nd) in the final system assessment of the Gene Mention task.

This module is developed to help those who want to use this remote service with XML-RPC, rather than with its web interface. Finally, this module and service is released under a GPLv3 License. You're free to use it for both academic or personal use.

METHODS

text2entity('less than 3000 words');

Return a ARRAY reference which contains all of the entities recognized from your input with its position information, for example: '20 seperated-by-tab human protein-tyrosine-phosphatase'.

pmid2entity('PubMed Article ID');

Return a ARRAY reference which contains all of the entities recognized from your input with its position information, for example: '20 seperated-by-tab human protein-tyrosine-phosphatase'.

REQUIREMENT

Frontier::Client

BUGS

Hopefully none.

SEE ALSO

http://aiia.iis.sinca.edu.tw/biocreative2.htm

AUTHOR

Cheng-Ju Kuo cju.kuo@gmail.com

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2008 by Cheng-Ju Kuo and the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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