Selventa Partners with Linguamatics to Add Text Mining to Knowledge-Extraction Framework | GenomeWeb

Selventa said this week that it has partnered with Linguamatics to add natural language processing-based text-mining capability to its knowledge-extraction and discovery platform.

The partners will use Linguamatics' I2E text-mining technology to automate the extraction of life science information from the literature. This data will then be converted into Selventa's structured biological expression language format, called BEL, so that it can be used to interpret large-scale experimental data.

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