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Step 1

Once you have labeled the entities and made the connections between them, you are ready to start editing the knowledge graph (Figure 1). Please remember to save and update before you match the knowledge.

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Step 2

Press the circle-shaped chart in the lower right corner (Figure 2). And then you’ll be taken to the Knowledge Graph Editor screen, the details are as follows (Figure 3).

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Step 3

Now you are ready to start matching entities and their relationships in the editor. As shown in the figure, Source Type, Source ID, Target ID, Relation Type, and Key Sentences are available for selection (Figure 4a, 4b, 4c). To see more information about an option, you can hover the mouse cursor over the option to view it (Figure 4c).

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Step 4

While we generally make changes to Source ID, Target ID, Relation Type, and Key Sentences, and generally leave the Source Type unchanged, except for the Protein category. Because in the Knowledge Graph Editor, we need to align Protein entities to Gene entities (Figure 5), details can be found in the Knowledge Mining Guidelines for Collaborative Development.

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Step 5

After editing, if you want to save/update, you can press the Update button. If you made a mistake in editing or don’t need the content of the entry, you can press the Delete button. And if you want to re-edit, you can press the Edit button (Figure 7).

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Step 6

When you start marking and end marking, you may need to use the two buttons in the upper right corner (Figure 8). The details are as follows.

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