brat: a Web-based Tool for NLP-Assisted Text Annotation

@inproceedings{Stenetorp2012bratAW,
  title={brat: a Web-based Tool for NLP-Assisted Text Annotation},
  author={Pontus Stenetorp and Sampo Pyysalo and Goran Topic and Tomoko Ohta and Sophia Ananiadou and Jun'ichi Tsujii},
  booktitle={EACL 2012},
  year={2012}
}
We introduce the brat rapid annotation tool (BRAT), an intuitive web-based tool for text annotation supported by Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology. BRAT has been developed for rich structured annotation for a variety of NLP tasks and aims to support manual curation efforts and increase annotator productivity using NLP techniques. We discuss several case studies of real-world annotation projects using pre-release versions of BRAT and present an evaluation of annotation assisted by… CONTINUE READING
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