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Re: Processing of annotations

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@sidar.org>
Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2005 17:38:49 +1000
To: "Marja Koivunen" <marja@annotea.org>, "Matej Cepl" <cepl@surfbest.net>
Cc: www-annotation@w3.org, "Eric Prud'hommeaux" <eric@w3.org>
Message-ID: <op.sojl6zlmw5l938@researchsft>

W3C itsel uses a simlar process to take spam out of its archives. I am not  
sureof the exact details, but baiscaly they annotate a message as spam,  
and then regenerate the archive excluding those messages which have been  
marked as spam. Hopefully someone there can provde a pointer to the  
technical details.

cheers

Chaals

On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 04:55:25 +1100, Marja Koivunen <marja@annotea.org>  
wrote:

> Matej Cepl wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am looking for a tool for the qualitative data analysis and I thought
>> whether Amaya and particularly Annotea technology could be used for  
>> this.
>> What I had in mind would be to annotate whole bunch of newspaper  
>> reports (in
>> XHTML -- cleared by tidy) in Amaya, and then process the result with  
>> some
>> XSLT scripts (something like what tams
>> <http://tamsys.sourceforge.net/cltams/> does). Did anybody tried  
>> something
>> like this? Is there any standard method to transform Amaya annotations  
>> into
>> one XML file?
>>
>> Thanks a lot,
>>
>> Matěj
>>
>>
>>
> You can try Eric's interactive ui
> (http://annotest.w3.org/annotations?explain=false) for W3C test server
> (http://annotest.w3.org/annotations) and see if that is what you need.
>
> Basically you would create the annotations for that server (it is meant
> for testing purposes so the data is not guaranteed to last but you can
> start your own server later) by selecting that server in Amaya.
>
> Then you can create a file by going to
> http://annotest.w3.org/annotations?explain=false and querying the
> interface e.g. give all annotations where the author is you. The ui is a
> bit cumbersome (I hope I can change this some day). Go to section under
> Query Annotations and rewrite the sample Algae query in the box (starts
> with "(ask" ) to do what you want and clear the other fields.
>
> Then select "force text/xml" and press the "query RDF DB" button.
>
> To create a sample result I cleared the Algae query and changed the uri
> to http://www.w3.org/. I shortened the result and attached it to this
> mail so that you can see what it looks like. If you do not force
> text/xml you will get the results embedded in a html page.
>
> Marja
>
>



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