Just in case you missed it on Twitter, here are some pictures from our HG2BTM workshop. Also, the workshop website contains the slide decks that speakers have made available.
Author Archives: Paul Rayson
LREC2018 paper final version
We recently presented our paper titled “Profiling Medical Journal Articles Using a Gene Ontology Semantic Tagger” as a poster at the 11th Edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2018) on May 11th in Miyazaki, Japan. Authors Mahmoud El-Haj, Paul Rayson and Scott Piao celebrated with a poster selfie!! For full details, a link to the paper, code and our Gene Ontology Semantic Tagger (GOST), see the entry on Lancaster’s research portal.
Plenary talk at 1st International Conference on Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse (CAAD)
On Thursday 23rd November, Paul gave a plenary talk at the 1st International Conference on Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse (CAAD) describing our work on extending the UCREL semantic tagger to deal with concepts from the Gene Ontology and carry out a large scale comparison of PubMed abstracts. Paul’s talk title was “Don’t just look at the words: semantic annotation tools for the analysis of academic discourse”.
Poster presented at IGES 2017 International Genetic Epidemiology Society
This week Jo presented our first output, a poster at the IGES 2017 International Genetic Epidemiology Society meeting held at Queens’ College Cambridge, UK, from September 9-11. This showcased our work on “A Comparison Between Genetics Papers Relating to Immune Disorders and Psychiatric Disorders”. For more details, see the entry on the university research portal or at DOI: 10.1002/gepi.22062