Abstract Cart
The Cart is currently empty. To make an abstract available for view and analysis hit the 'use' button, next to its PMID in the search result list.
Intersection - overlap max (IN_ov_ma)
Intersection - strict (IN_st)
MajorityVoting - strict (MA_st)
Threshold - strict (TH_st)

threshold: 50%
Union - simple (UN_si)
Annotation Server 1 (AS1)
Institute of Information Science Academia Sinica/Adaptive Intelligent Internet Agents Research Laboratory

weight: 5
Annotation Server 2 (AS2)
Institute of Information Science, Taiwan

weight: 5
Annotation Server 5 (AS5)
Center for Computational Pharmacology, University of Colorado School of Medicine

weight: 5
Annotation Server 6 (AS6)
University of Edinburgh

weight: 5
Annotation Server 12 (AS12)
University of Geneva

weight: 5
Annotation Server 13 (AS13)
University of Tokyo/Tsujii-lab and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

weight: 5
color codes: strict · overlap · left boundary match · right boundary match · either boundary match
The configuration has been changed. Please hit the 'analyze' button above to make these changes visible in the analysis.

After adding abstracts to the cart through the search tab, hit the 'analyze' button right above to initiate analysis.

primary markup: Union - simple
The configuration has been changed. Please hit the 'redraw' button above or click the 'view' link of an item in the abstract cart to make these changes visible in the view.

To view an abstract and its annotations, please click the respective abstracts 'view' link, once it is added to the abstract cart.

PMID: none
Gene Mentions

Note: The BC-VisCon web application has been decommissioned and is no longer being updated. Hence, not all features may work satisfactorily in all current browser versions.

Welcome to BC-VisCon

Goal of the BC-VisCon website is to provide you with an intuitive and flexible tool for viewing and analyzing aggregations and comparisons of the annotations made by the gene mention tagging servers connected to the BioCreAtIve-MetaServer.

To get started, use the search form above to search for PubMed abstracts either by specific id or by case insensitive keyword search. From the result list you can add abstracts to the abstract cart at the top left to make them available for viewing and/or analysis.

On the left you also find configuration panels for the aggregation/consensus methods to be included in view and analysis as well as for the servers you wish to use.

If you have any questions regarding this service or suggestions for improvements, feel free to contact the developers via e-mail.


  Johannes Starlinger

  Knowledge Management in Bioinformatics, Humboldt University Berlin