Way to annotate datatype property of ontology


Muhammad Yahya Saeed
 

Datatype properties play a key role in Text Mining and extending Ontologies. Onto Gazetteer does not support such Data type annotation properties. Read NLTK in detail. Python libraries of Gensim, Tesorflow etc are more capable to handle datatype properties. 


On Thursday, October 6, 2022, bluesunny <bluesunny06@...> wrote:
Hello,
I was wondering if there's any way to annotate datatype property and  datatype property value of ontology.
I performed annotation using Ontoroote Gazetteer but the Lookup only shows the class and instances of my ontology.
But I want to check if I can annotate further detailed information such as string or integer, which can be the 'range' of datatype property.

For example, in the sentence below, I want to annotate "smoking","cigarrets", "20" based on my ontology knowledge.
Is it possible? Could you please tell me where I can find my way to do this in GATE user's guide?

"I have been smoking more than 20 cigarrets every day for 10 years and I think smoking exacerbated my disease"






bluesunny
 

Hello,
I was wondering if there's any way to annotate datatype property and  datatype property value of ontology.
I performed annotation using Ontoroote Gazetteer but the Lookup only shows the class and instances of my ontology.
But I want to check if I can annotate further detailed information such as string or integer, which can be the 'range' of datatype property.

For example, in the sentence below, I want to annotate "smoking","cigarrets", "20" based on my ontology knowledge.
Is it possible? Could you please tell me where I can find my way to do this in GATE user's guide?

"I have been smoking more than 20 cigarrets every day for 10 years and I think smoking exacerbated my disease"