A platform for the validation, structuration and export of termino-ontologies
The primary use of TyDI is the design of termino-ontologies for the indexation of textual documents. It can therefore be of great help for most projects involved in natural language processing.
TyDI is a collaborative tool for manual validation/annotation of
terms either originating from terminologies or extracted from training
corpus of textual documents. It is used on the output of so-called term extractor programs (like
Yatea), which are used to identify candidate terms (e.g. compound
nouns). Thanks to TyDI, a user can validate candidate terms and specify synonymy/hyperonymy relations. These annotations can then be exported in several formats, and used in other Natural Language Processing tools.
TyDI is a software developped by INRA, Mathématique, Informatique et Génome and is the property of INRA.
TyDI can be supplied under licence on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please contact Robert Bossy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Figure 1: The client interface of TyDI. It is composed of several panels (hierarchichal/tabular view of the
terms, search panel, context of appearance of selected terms …)