A HUBzero Extension for Automated Tagging

By Jim Mullen

Indiana University



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Tagging pages on a hub can help users find relevant content, but it also can require a lot of effort if done manually. We developed an extension for HUBzero that supports the automated tagging of content using the NCBO (National Center for Biomedical Ontology) Annotator; and we have installed this extension on the Indiana CTSI (Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute) Hub. This talk will cover the capabilities of this extension.


Jim Mullen is a Principal Systems Analyst in the Advanced Biomedical IT Core at Indiana University. In this position, Jim has worked on the design and development of software systems for projects that include the Indiana CTSI Hub, the National Gene Vector Biorepository, and i2iconnect.org. Jim has a Ph.D. in computer science from Purdue University.

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  • Jim Mullen (2013), "A HUBzero Extension for Automated Tagging," https://help.hubzero.org/resources/1056.

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