NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - InforSense and Linguamatics are partnering to develop an integrated text extraction and analytics platform, InforSense said today.
Under the agreement, Linguamatics' Interactive Information Extraction software tools will access InforSense’s text analytics platform, InforSense TextSense. The extension will provide a single environment to build tailored, high-performance text analytics applications, InforSense said.

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