Information extraction and linked open data in chemistry
Chemists not only produce a significant amount of data-rich scholarly communication artifacts, but have also adopted a highly formulaic style of writing. The literature of this discipline is an attractive target for automated data extraction. In previous work, we have demonstrated the identification and extraction of chemical entities from scientific papers. However, we have not addressed the extraction of the relationships linking the chemical entities to both each other as well as to ...Expand abstract
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