Extraction of chemical names and structures from literature is becoming increasingly commonplace. However, associating meaningful and actionable context to the extracted chemistry remains a challenge.
This online workshop illustrates how using Linguamatics' agile text mining software, I2E, can quickly and scalably contextualize chemistry described in literature.
Andrew Hinton will show, through a series of examples and demonstrations, how I2E can be used to uncover assertions, facts and relationships associated with chemicals found in both patent and non-patent literature.
Please submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the week before the workshop, to allow time for our experts to prepare and provide answers to questions that you submit.
Date and Time
Andrew Hinton, Application Specialist
In this online workshop you will learn:
- How to perform a chemical substructure and similarity search in I2E
- How to output chemical structures (SMILES) in I2E results
- How to find relationships associated with chemicals via a chemical search
- How to extract numerical information e.g. dosage, boiling point and inhibition metrics
- How to generate structure activity relationship (SAR) data from tables in patents
Who should attend?
This workshop is for current I2E users. It provides guidance on using I2E with Patents and MEDLINE documents for those working in the following areas:
- Informaticians, Information Professionals, Researchers, Managers
- Pharma, Biotech and related industries
- Responsibility for:
- Medicinal Chemistry
- Patent Searches
- Therapeutic Areas
- Target ID/Validation
- Competitive Intelligence
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