Source code and models for tagging and parsing biomedical text.
Executables for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows coming soon.
To build GDep in Linux, MacOS X, or Windows with Cygwin, you need gcc.
Unpack the archive with
tar xzvf gdep-beta1.tar.gz
This will produce an executable named gdep.
To parse biomedical text, simply type
where INPUTFILE is a text file containing one sentence per line.
Output is written to stdout. To save the output to a file,
gdep INPUTFILE > OUTPUTFILE
where OUTPUTFILE is the file where the parser output will be written.
If you don't specify an input file, GDep accepts input from stdin.
Anyone is free to download and use the parser and the models included
for research purposes.
However, because this is a beta release, I strongly recommend you
contact me (sagae+lrdep at cs dot cmu dot edu) if you want to do
anything beyond simple testing.