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This corpus is electric health records that is provided from a medical shared task “MedNLP-2”. This corpus is suitable to build a pilot version of your medical applications or systems.
|File Name||Language||# of documents||Volume|
|electric health records||mednlp2sub.xml||J||82 documents||172KB|
This corpus is a collection of electric health records (EHR) provided
by “MedNLP-2,” the medical shared task.
This corpus is suitable for building a pilot version of your original
medical applications and/or systems.
More medical records are written in electronic format, now replacing paper, and that leads to a higher importance of information processing technique in the fields of medicine. This EHR-corpus is annotated with disease names, date and time expressions, and factuality. This corpus enables to evaluate fundamental techniques in medical fields, such as information extraction.
The following is the procedure to obtain the test collection. The test collection and data are available from NII free of charge.
Documents to submit
- The application form of the test collection must be filled out and sent by E-mail to ntc-secretariat.
- The user agreement (memorandum Permission to Use Test Collection) is required.
- The user agreement form must be filled out and sent by postal mail or courier to the address below.
Please download and make two copies in double-sided print.
Signatures are needed on both agreement forms.
After being counter-signed by the NII side, one copy of the form will be sent to you and one copy will be kept by NII.
NTCIR Project (Rm.1309)Contact us : ntc-secretariat
National Institute of Informatics
2-1-2 Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
The test collection was constructed and used for the NTCIR project. It is usable only for research purposes.
The document collection included in the test collection was made available to NII for use in the NTCIR project free of charge or for a fee. The providers of the document data understand the importance of such test collections in research on information access technologies and have kindly given their permission to use the data for research purposes. Please remember that the document data in the NTCIR test collection is copyrighted and has commercial value as data. To maintain a good relationship with the data producers/provider, we researchers must be reliable partners and use the data only for research purposes under the user agreement, and we must use the data carefully so as not to violate copyright.