As annotating a corpus from scratch may be a time-consuming and costly process, CLAMP-Cancer
offers an advanced feature called "pre-annotation" function which facilitates this
process. The "pre-annotation" function relies on the existing models in CLAMP-Cancer and is
Using pre-annotation function
Choose your desired pipeline to annotate your files in a corpus project.
For more information on how to run a pipeline, go to "Run the pipeline" section.
Select the .xmi files which contains the predicted named entities from the
Copy them into the train/test folder of your desired corpus annotation project.
right click on the selected files and choose copy.
Double click on the files to view their contents in a new window. As you can
see in the figure
below, the identified named entities in the file are already highlighted.
Now you can start your