Expanding the scope of “literature data” with document to structure tools

May 21, 2014 - Presentation
Data associated to chemical structures reported in literature are very important in drug design as they expand the scope of in-house generated knowledge. Public and commercially available…
mark andrews

Development of a Means to Chemically Search ELN and Other Documents Using the ChemAxon Document-to-Database Program

Sep 25, 2013 - Presentation
This talk will describe the development of a means to chemically search the DuPont Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) database using the new ChemAxon Document-to-Database program. The …
agnes peragovics

Plexus - Connect, Design and Analyze - in a Suite

Sep 25, 2014 - Presentation
Plexus Suite delivers intuitive and easy-to-use cheminformatics solutions to people involved in pharmaceutical research.

Crowdsourcing New Chemical Entities: Development of a Submission Interface to Assess Relevance for Open Innovation Projects

May 28, 2013 - Poster
While outsourcing discovery research is a well-established process, crowdsourcing in a discovery research environment is a much newer approach. The authors report on the development of an…

What’s New with Naming

May 29, 2013 - Presentation
ChemAxon’s Naming provides reliable English name and chemical structure conversion. It is the underlying technology utilized in ChemAxon’s chemical text mining tool D2S (Document-to-S…

Exploring and Visualisation of Chemistry in patents with Marvin and Instant JChem

May 23, 2012 - Presentation
We present a grid-based solution for chemical named entity recognition (NER) in full text patent collections that are provided in native PDF format. Our architecture identifies and extrac…
david deng

Extracting Chemical Information within Documents - from Desktop to Enterprise

Sep 25, 2013 - Presentation
By providing reliable name to structure conversion, Naming has become the backbone of ChemAxon’s chemical text mining tools, such as Document to Structure, JChem for SharePoint and …

Indexing chemical names and structures from documents; putting it all together

Sep 26, 2012 - Presentation
Over the past 6 years, ChemAxon has been building a suite of tools to generate, interpret and locate chemical names inside text, PDFs and Office documents. We present the latest improveme…

Demonstration of Naming Technology, Document to Structure and

May 23, 2012 - Presentation
ChemAxon’s Naming Technology supports IUPAC and common name to structure conversion, and vice versa. It also recognizes CAS Registry number. Various improvements have been made recentl…

CLiDE: improved accuracy in extracting chemical structure data from documents

May 29, 2013 - Presentation
CLiDE is an established optical chemical structure recognition (OCSR) tool that is aimed at detecting chemical structure diagrams in documents and converting these diagrams into computer-…

SureChEMBL: Open Patent Chemistry Data

May 20, 2014 - Poster
EMBL-EBI has recently acquired SureChem, a patent chemistry database, previously developed and licensed by Digital Science. Under the aegis of EMBL-EBI, this resource was renamed to SureC…

Extract Chemical Information from Patents Using Chemicalize and D2S (Document to Structure)

Oct 31, 2012 - Presentation
ChemAxon hosts a free web service called to help users extract chemical information from webpages and documents. It is powered by ChemAxon’s Naming technology that conve…

From chaos to order: Collecting chemical and biologic information in the documentation space

Aug 19, 2012 - Presentation
Much chemical information is buried deeply and scattered in a chaos within documents. The structures may take different forms, as names (IUPAC, common, generic ¼), strings (SMILES, InChI…

Naming and Document indexing

Jun 26, 2013 - Presentation
ChemAxon continues to build on it’s mature English name and chemical structure conversion engine in the latest release. We review the conversion paths (Structure to Name, Name to S…

Chemical Registration and Document Management at Chemours

Sep 30, 2015 - Presentation
The Chemours Company was founded in July 2015 as a spin-off from DuPont. DeltaSoft and ChemAxon provided the Chemical Registration and Document Management systems for the newly formed com…

New Software Developments on Chemical Information Extraction from Patent Documents and Markush Structure Analysis

May 2, 2012 - Presentation
ChemAxon has recently released Document to Structure to extract chemical structures from documents. The latest version adapted text OCR and can even work on non-searchable PDF document (M…

From Famine To Feast: The Patent Chemistry ‘Big Bang’ In Pubchem

May 28, 2013 - Poster
Within only a couple of years the number of patent-extracted structures in PubChem has gone from 2 up to 14.5 million. The major sources, in order of addition, are Thomson Pharma, IBM, SC…

Name-to-Structure Converters One Is Not Enough!

May 28, 2013 - Poster
Name-to-Structure (N2S) converters are commonly used for automatic extraction of chemical structures from text like patents, journal articles, documents in corporate repositories. While i…

Integrated approaches in ChemAxon’s chemical text mining solution

Nov 12, 2015 - Webinar
Have you ever thought of finding chemical information in non-relational data sources, such as patents, journal articles, internal reports? We introduce ChemAxon’s chemical text mining s…

Naming - Developer Training

Mar 21, 2013 - Webinar
This webinar will teach developers the basic usage of Structure to Name, Name to Structure, and Document to Structure. We will also mention how a custom dictionary or custom webservice (n…

Comprehensive Extraction of Chemical Information from Text

Dec 4, 2013 - Webinar
Key chemical information is locked within patents and internal documents. In this talk we will overview the chemical text mining provided by the combination of the Linguamatics I2E text m…

Advances in text mining for chemical information

Nov 21, 2012 - Webinar
Presenters: David Milward – Chief Technology Officer at Linguamatics Daniel Bonniot – Project Manager at ChemAxon As scientific and patent literature expands, we need more …
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