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Table 5 Results for the two methods on the abstract collection on hereditary diseases, using the Obo Annotator. They are expressed in terms of the number annotated abstracts by each method. The increase rate is percent change in total annotations. Additionally, theresults are disaggregated by IC and number of abstracts annotated per term

From: A new synonym-substitution method to enrich the human phenotype ontology

IC # Abstracts per term # Terms % Terms # Annotated Abstracts (Baseline) # Annotated Abstracts (with generated synonyms) Increase rate of annotated abstracts
[0,1) >1000 0   0 0 0
  [100–1000) 0   0 0  
  (0–100) 1 1 2 2 100
  Total 1 1 2 2 100
[1,2) >1000 3 8 7061 7126 1
  [100–1000) 18 49 6799 7648 12
  (0–100) 16 43 308 449 46
  Total 37 100 14,168 15,223 7
[2,3) > 1000 10 6 90,065 90,175 0
  [100–1000) 60 39 17,265 19,655 14
  (0–100) 84 55 3192 4007 26
  Total 154 100 110,522 113,837 3
[3,4) > 1000 0 0 0 0 0
  [100–1000) 32 14 7366 8377 14
  (0–100) 200 86 2004 4041 102
  Total 232 100 9370 12,418 33
undefined > 1000 0   0 0  
  [100–1000) 0   0 0  
  (0–100) 64 100 305 561 84
  Total 64 100 305 561 84
Total > 1000 13 3 97,126 97,301 0
  [100–1000) 110 23 31,430 35,680 14
  (0–100) 365 75 5811 9060 56
  Total 488 100 134,367 142,041 6