Do you want to automatically identify relationships mentioned within the scientific literature, e.g., which biomarkers are related to a particular disease? Do you want to analyze clinical notes to extract patient-reported functional capabilities related to a given treatment?
Snorkel enables you to accomplish these tasks. It automatically extracts information from unstructured data sources, such as the scientific literature and clinical notes, without using large, labeled training datasets, which are often lacking in biomedicine. You can learn how to use the Snorkel platform in a hands-on workshop at Stanford University on November 6-7, 2018. On the first day, participants will learn about the Snorkel workflow through brief lectures and hands-on activities. On the second day, participants will utilize their new knowledge to apply Snorkel to a real-world problem using the scientific literature or electronic health record data. To attend, submit your application for consideration by Friday, September 21st, 2018. Learn more