ContentMining Conifers and Visualising Output: Creating a Page for ContentMine Output

In the past few weeks I have made a few pages to visualise ContentMine output of articles with several topics. For this to work, I needed to develop a program to convert ContentMine output to a single (JSON) file to access the facts more easily, and load this in a HTML page. These pages currently contain lists of articles, genus and species. Now, you can quickly glance at a lot of articles, and see common recurrences (although currently most “common recurrences” are typos in plant names on the author’s end).

Example of a results page
Example of a results page

For a more detailed description of my progress, see my blog.

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