I want example datasets containing text document and its associated ontology. Where can I get this? Can anybody help?

asked 24 Jul '12, 05:52

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What kind of text documents are you looking for? and what do you consider an associated ontology?

(24 Jul '12, 10:06) Jerven ♦ Jerven's gravatar image

I was about to say DBpedia, but I guess what you want is a set of (natural-language) text documents, not RDF data, so DBpedia isn't the answer.

(09 Oct '12, 13:23) fadirra fadirra's gravatar image

try pubmed.com - medical abstracts with manually added MeSH terms (also check out UMLS).

Or you're looking for automated ontology generation/extraction benchmarks?

(09 Oct '12, 13:54) Sweet Burlap Sweet%20Burlap's gravatar image

It would be nice if I get automatic ontology generation benchmark

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answered 22 Jan '13, 23:46

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