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Table 3 Annotator assignments per category

From: Semantic annotation of biological concepts interplaying microbial cellular responses

  Annotator B
   dna rna gene protein enzyme transcription factor compound biochemical reaction laboratory technique physiological state None
Annotator A dna 8
(2316)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58
(204)
  rna 0 57
(9078)
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
(64)
23
(432)
  gene 0 0 1066
(16250)
3
(68)
0 0 3
(534)
0 0 0 59
(276)
  protein 0 0 4
(564)
55
(3396)
5
(18)
0 2
(64)
0 0 0 53
(261)
  enzyme 0 0 0 3
(12)
196
(5457)
0 0 0 0 0 52
(219)
  transcription factor 0 1
(20)
2
(6)
7
(1510)
0 9
(231)
0 0 0 0 27
(431)
  compound 3
(170)
0 1
(8)
0 1
(68)
0 369
(36857)
0 0 0 75
(683)
  biochemical reaction 0 0 0 0 48
(1425)
0 0 0 0 0 13
(48)
  laboratory technique 0 0 0 1
(18)
1
(6)
0 2
(183)
0 136
(3495)
1
(40)
121
(852)
  physiological state 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97
(8361)
210
(5397)
  None 44
(1555)
52
(130)
119
(529)
73
(440)
117
(941)
9
(30)
330
(2163)
1
(1)
187
(575)
100
(786)
 
  1. Cells represent the assignments of both annotators in terms of the number of biological concepts and the corresponding number of annotations (depicted between parentheses). Consensual assignments, i.e. assignments to the same category, are depicted at the diagonal of the table in bold; discrepancies in category assignment are indicated by non-diagonal cells; and the pseudo-category "None" represents all assignments made by only one of the annotators. For instance, the top left hand cell indicates that annotators agreed on 8 biological concepts for the category dna, corresponding to a total of 2316 annotations.