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From Remy Sanouillet <re...@foreseemed.com>
Subject Re: Clinical pipeline with multiple dictionaries
Date Thu, 20 Feb 2020 21:20:19 GMT
Sure thing, Masoud!

We have done just that. No need to merge the dictionaries. You only need to
merge your dictionary config files into one and have the resulting XML file
point to your three dictionaries.
Then a single run will process the documents and collect all the data.

*Rémy Sanouillet*
NLP Engineer
remys@foreseemed.com <xxxxx@foreseemed.com>

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On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 12:36 PM Masoud Rouhizadeh <mrou@jhu.edu> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I'm using cTAKES default clinical pipeline with the following dictionary
> to extract the following:
> - Signs and symptoms (Human Phenotype Ontology)
> - Disorders and disease (ICD 10 CM)
> - Medications (RxNorms)
> Given the processing time of the annotation steps, it would be best if I
> don't have to run cTAKES clinical pipeline three times for each of the
> dictionaries.
> What would be your recommendation? Does merging all of the dictionaries
> make sense? If not, is there a way to run the fast dictionary lookup three
> times (for each dictionary) in the same pipeline and collect CUIs?
> Thanks,
> Masoud

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