Ontotext Metadata Studio 3.1 Closes the Gap Between Your Content and Your Knowledge Graph

The latest release of Ontotext Metadata Studio enables the integration between your content and your reference instance data, making it easy for users to explore the external resources in their native environment

New York, Sofia, Basel Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Ontotext Metadata Studio (OMDS) is an end user UI for establishing a set of documents that represent your own version of the Ground Truth for tagging, for orchestrating various third party text analysis services that perform it and for evaluating their quality against your benchmark or against each other.

With v. 3.1 Ontotext Metadata Studio provides the ability to configure the link between your content tagging and the knowledge management environment you prefer. This allows the subject matter expert annotators to seamlessly transition to the full information for a given resource, which is especially useful when disambiguating and choosing the correct instance to be attached to an annotation. Whether the instance data lives in GraphDB, Wikidata or some of the supported taxonomy editors, the “whole picture” is now just a click away.

Another new addition to OMDS making its’ debut with this release is the sorting feature for the document-level annotations. Users can now choose to sort based on any of the annotation or concept attributes specified in the annotation schema. This helps to order the annotations any way users see fit, significantly lowering the time it takes to make sense of the annotated metadata.

A slew of other UX improvements also made the cut, making Ontotext Metadata Studio the most accessible it’s ever been so far.

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For more information, contact Doug Kimball, Chief Marketing Officer at Ontotext