Annotation of epidemiological information in animal disease-related news articles: guidelines

01/15/2021
by   Sarah Valentin, et al.
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This paper describes a method for annotation of epidemiological information in animal disease-related news articles. The annotation guidelines are generic and aim to embrace all animal or zoonotic infectious diseases, regardless of the pathogen involved or its way of transmission (e.g. vector-borne, airborne, by contact). The framework relies on the successive annotation of all the sentences from a news article. The annotator evaluates the sentences in a specific epidemiological context, corresponding to the publication of the news article.

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