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Scientific documents annotation with @Web

Help for normal use

I would like to access an annotated paper but I can’t find it. Where and how can I look for it?

There are two ways for accessing an annotated paper on @Web.If you know the name of the paper: you can access it by going to the Documents tab. If you know the sequel of pretreatments that is...
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How can I access a document inside a topic?

If you know the name of the paper you are looking for and the sequel of pretreatments that is described in it, you can open the associated topic (in the Documents tab) by clicking on the small arrow...
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How can I access the annotated tables of a paper?

Go to the Documents tab and choose the topic in which your paper is; you can see which documents a topic features by clicking on the left-side arrow next to the topic’s name. Once you have found...
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Can I access directly a paper’s results tables?

Often when a paper is entered into the @Web system, its results tables are made directly available through the button Table Management. To access this button, go to Documents, then choose the topic...
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How can I export annotations from a paper so I can have them on my computer?

Left-click on the document’s name or the table’s name you want to export (in the Documents tab) and choose export annotations. You can choose between two formats: CSV (for Excel) and RDF. Your data...
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How can I save my query results?

You can save your query on your computer by exporting the results. To do so, click on the Export button in the Query tab once you’re done with querying and choose Export request and results.
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In which formats can I enter my numercial values ?

@Web accepts three different formats in tabular cells: Scalar value (by example 10.5) Interval of values (by example [10.5;11.5]) Mean and standard deviation (by example [[10.5;1.5]])
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