It’s a wrap!

Photo by Thijs Niks This category can soon be archived ;)! Earlier this week I handed in my final paper, and yesterday was the day of my final presentation. It was a great day and I’m really excited about embarking on my next adventure. I will soon start as a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam, on a very exciting project in ‘Semantic Search in e-Discovery’ at the Information and Language Processing Systems group. Naturally, this blog will keep the world informed of my work and projects ;). Exciting times!


Download my paper: Automatic Annotation of Cyttron Entries using the NCIthesaurus [PDF – 328 KB] Download the supplementary data (graphs, tables and viz): Supplementary Data [PDF – 2.27 MB]


Similarity graph demo Check out the D3.js-powered demo of a similarity graph (comparing expert & computer-generated annotations) Continue reading “It’s a wrap!”

Not dead (yet)

While I haven’t been as active and hard working on my graduation project as I would have liked to be, I am not dead (nor the project). Earlier this week I presented my project to the Bio-imaging group of Leiden University, which helped me a lot. I was able to present my project pretty much as-is, since I’m mostly done with the technical parts. I received valuable feedback and got good insights into what I should explain more thoroughly in the presentation. Continue reading “Not dead (yet)”