Ontotext is pleased to announce the release of Ontotext Metadata Studio 3.3, which introduces a novel approach to manual annotation. The new release offers a distinct workflow that abstracts users from the intricacies of manual annotation. This workflow is facilitated by a new UI feature, called Forms and Form Sections, which guides users through the manual annotation process.
These enhancements enable the grouping of related annotations and are particularly useful in domains where metadata types are predetermined, such as in medical, government, or legal documents. In legal contracts, for instance, parties to the contract, terms, applicable laws, and other relevant information can be quickly input and referenced for provenance in the text, as subject domain experts typically know where to find such information in advance.
The new release also features the Quick Search functionality, which simplifies the way users can query the knowledge graph through the Metadata Studio interface, further speeding up the annotation process.
All these improvements make the manual annotation process more efficient and less labor-intensive, especially valuable in domains where subject matter experts’ time is a precious commodity.
Keep an eye out for the next releases to see how you can use Ontotext Metadata Studio to enrich your knowledge graph at scale with the relationships produced by text analytics services, including LLMs!
For more information, contact Doug Kimball, Chief Marketing Officer at Ontotext