Live Demos, Video Demos, Video Lectures and Screencams
- Screencams of GATE Developer: These screencams are a great place to start using GATE Developer, and cover similar material to Module 1 of the training course, specifically the following material:
- Introduction to GATE Developer
- Loading and Viewing Documents
- Loading and Viewing a Corpus
- Processing Resources
- Creating and Loading Applications and Runtime Parameters
- Annotations: Viewing & Editing
- Schemata: Creating & Loading
- Data Stores and Saving Applications
- ANNIE, "A Nearly New Information Extraction system", is a ready-made information extraction system for English. In this live demo, you can try ANNIE out for yourself on a webpage of your choice.
- Mimir, "Multiparadigm Indexing and Retrieval", can be used to index and search over text, annotations, ontologies and semantic meta-data. Try it out in this demo.
- People in the News, a live demo showing a Mimir customisation.
- (for others mail us)
Some GATE Developer demo videos. The screencams under "Tutorials" at the top of this page are more up to date and cover much of this material.
- Extensive GATE Developer demo.
- ANNIC, "Annotations in Context", a full-featured annotation indexing and retrieval system.
- ANNIE demo, showing how to use ANNIE for information extraction.
- Using Corpora
- Using Datastores
- Inspecting results in GATE Developer
- Jena Ontology Tool (Rather out of date!)
- Loading applications from file
- Loading datastores
- Loading documents
- Loading Processing Resources
- Saving application states
- Prestospace demonstrates using GATE for annotation and Information Extraction (IE) over multimedia content. For more information, see the project page.
- Short video demonstrating extracting keyphrases, from the Sekt project.
- Longer Sekt video demonstrating extracting keyphrases.
NL Interfaces to Ontologies:
- CLIE, "Controlled Language Information Extraction", demonstrates creating an ontology automatically from a document in the controlled language.
- Questio, "Question-based Interface to Ontologies", demonstrates querying an ontology using natural language.
- FREyA is an interactive way of querying ontologies using natural language. Here are some FREyA demos:
Using Ontologies in Information Extraction:
- OBIE, "Ontology-Based Information Extraction", from the Sekt project.
- OCAT, "Ontology-based Corpus Annotation Tool", also from the Sekt project.
- GATE Webservices for the NeOn Toolkit: Ontology extraction from text.
- (There are more movies from the Neon project here, of less GATE relevance.)
Machine Learning in GATE:
- Training an SVM using TextGarden integration, from the Sekt project.
- Classification using TextGarden integration, also from the Sekt project.