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Annotation guidelines for family history


Guidelines that describe how annotations should be done with examples and graphics showing what the annotations look like in BRAT (
This work is funded by National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health grant R01LM011364

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SFHERE Project, "Annotation guidelines for family history" (2014). Brown University Open Data Collection, SFHERE Products. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.



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    This collection contains annotation guidelines, annotation schema, sample datasets, models, and tools.