I2E 4.0

Linguamatics has launched what it says is a dramatically enhanced version of its well-established text mining software platform, I2E.  Significant step change enhancements have been added to version 4.0 in terms of web services, virtual data integration and chemistry, amongst others.

The company states that its new I2E WSAPI (Web Services API) will open up the power of state-of-the-art natural language processing (NLP) based text mining to a broader range of users by allowing easier and more focused interfaces for different audiences. Organisations will therefore find easier to embed text mining into core systems and work flows, deployed via intuitive, accessible, customised interfaces. Further enhancements include the ability to analyse and extract information and knowledge from disparate data sources simultaneously, the recognition of novel compounds, and a new reporting format for query results.

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