We’re excited to announce the 2.0.1 release of CENtree, SciBite’s enterprise-wide ontology management tool, which helps organisations develop a shared understanding of their data, making it ready for reuse and analysis.
CENtree helps organizations develop a shared understanding of their data, ensuring it is ready for reuse and analysis now and into the future.
This release includes features that enable greater control over editing, managing, and deploying ontologies, as well as a closer integration with TERMite, SciBite’s Named Entity Recognition engine.
CENtree 2.0.1 brings together a number of features that enable you to optimize how your ontology is configured to support named entity recognition in TERMite. We’re introducing the ability to:
This release introduces features that afford you greater control when editing and searching your ontologies. This includes the ability to add custom tags to annotation values (for example, assigning different language tags to a label or synonym), richer semantic relationship types for synonyms and ontology mappings (for example, broader or narrow synonyms), and a simpler process for updating ontology metadata.
From configuring ontology Unique Resource Identifiers (URIs), to resolving multiple edits when incorporating a new source ontology, performing large numbers of operations is quick and simple with CENtree.
It’s now even easier to create application ontologies, where new ontologies can be built and managed based on whole or parts of other ontologies to suite an individual application use-case.
If you want to find out more about the latest release of CENtree 2.0.1, simply get in touch with the team at [email protected].
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