Text-mining research in genomics

Gálvez, Carmen and Moya-Anegón, Félix Text-mining research in genomics., 2008 . In IADIS International Conference Applied Computing 2008, Algarve (Portugal), 10-13 April 2008. [Conference paper]

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Biomedical text-mining have great promise to improve the usefulness of genomic researchers. The goal of text-mining is analyzed large collections of unstructured documents for the purposes of extracting interesting and non-trivial patterns of knowledge. The analysis of biomedical texts and available databases, such as Medline and PubMed, can help to interpret a phenomenon, to detect gene relations, or to establish comparisons among similar genes in different specific databases. All these processes are crucial for making sense of the immense quantity of genomic information. In genomics, text-mining research refers basically to the creation of literature networks of related biological entities. Text data represent the genomics knowledge base and can be mined for relationships, literature networks, and new discoveries by literature relational chaining. However, text-mining is an emerging field without a clear definition in the genomics. This work presents some applications of text-mining to genome-based research, such as the genomic term identification in curation processes, the formulation of hypotheses about disease, the visualization of biological relationships, or the life-science domain mapping.

Item type: Conference paper
Keywords: Text-Mining; Information Extraction; Knowledge Discovery in Text
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology > LL. Automated language processing.
L. Information technology and library technology > LM. Automatic text retrieval.
Depositing user: Carmen Galvez
Date deposited: 25 Jul 2008
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:12
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/12140

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