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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Leaman, Robert;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    A significant percentage of COVID-19 survivors experience ongoing multisystemic symptoms that often affect daily living, a condition known as Long Covid or post-acute-sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection. However, identifying scientific articles relevant to Long Covid is challenging since there is no standardized or consensus terminology. We developed an iterative human-in-the-loop machine learning framework combining data programming with active learning into a robust ensemble model, demonstrating higher specificity and considerably higher sensitivity than other methods. This dataset contains the source code (python and shell scripts) used to create the Long Covid collection, along with a snapshot of processed data and predictions. This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    White, Luke A.; Maxey, Benjamin S.; Solitro, Giovanni F.; Takei, Hidehiro; Conrad, Steven A.; Alexander, J. Steven;
    Publisher: figshare

    Additional file 13. Combine Pressures Python Script. Custom Python script used to combine pressure waveforms recorded from pressure sensors placed at the inspiratory and expiratory limbs during FALCON ventilation.

  • Research software . 2021
    Python
    Authors: 
    Luo, Ruibang;
    Publisher: bio.tools

    RENET2 is a tool for high-performance full-text gene-disease relation extraction with iterative training data expansion.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Giovanni Spitale; Federico Germani; Nikola Biller - Andorno;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The purpose of this tool is performing NLP analysis on Telegram chats. Telegram chats can be exported as .json files from the official client, Telegram Desktop (v. 2.9.2.0). The files are parsed, the content is used to populate a message dataframe, which is then anonymized. The software calculates and displays the following information: user count (n of users, new users per day, removed users per day); message count (n and relative frequency of messages, messages per day); autocoded messages (anonymized message dataframe with code weights assigned to each message based on a customizable set of regex rules); prevalence of codes (n and relative frequency); prevalence of lemmas (n and relative frequency); prevalence of lemmas segmented by autocode (n and relative frequency); mean sentiment per day; mean sentiment segmented by autocode. The software outputs: messages_df_anon.csv - an anonymized file containing the progressive id of the message, the date, the univocal pseudonym of the sender, and the text; usercount_df.csv - user count dataframe; user_activity_df.csv - user activity dataframe; messagecount_df.csv - message count dataframe; messages_df_anon_coded.csv - an anonymized file containing the progressive id of the message, the date, the univocal pseudonym of the sender, the text, the codes, and the sentiment; autocode_freq_df.csv - general prevalence of codes; lemma_df.csv - lemma frequency; autocode_freq_df_[rule_name].csv - lemma frequency in coded messages, one file per rule; daily_sentiment_df.csv - daily sentiment; sentiment_by_code_df.csv - sentiment segmented by code; messages_anon.txt - anonymized text file generated from the message data frame, for easy import in other software for text mining or qualitative analysis; messages_anon_MaxQDA.txt - anonymized text file generated from the message data frame, formatted specifically for MaxQDA (to track speakers and codes). Dependencies: pandas (1.2.1) json random os re tqdm (4.62.2) datetime (4.3) matplotlib (3.4.3) Spacy (3.1.2) + it_core_news_md wordcloud (1.8.1) Counter feel_it (1.0.3) torch (1.9.0) numpy (1.21.1) transformers (4.3.3) This code is optimized for Italian, however: Lemma analysis is based on spaCy, which provides several other models for other languages ( https://spacy.io/models ) so it can easily be adapted. Sentiment analysis is performed using FEEL-IT: Emotion and Sentiment Classification for the Italian Language (Kudos to Federico Bianchi <f.bianchi@unibocconi.it>; Debora Nozza <debora.nozza@unibocconi.it>; and Dirk Hovy <dirk.hovy@unibocconi.it>). Their work is specific for Italian. To perform sentiment analysis in other languages one could consider nltk.sentiment The code is structured in a Jupyter-lab notebook, heavily commented for future reference. The software comes with a toy dataset comprised of Wikiquotes copy-pasted in a chat created by the research group. Have fun exploring it. {"references": ["Bianchi F, Nozza D, Hovy D. FEEL-IT: Emotion and Sentiment Classification for the Italian Language. In: Proceedings of the 11th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity, Sentiment and Social Media Analysis. Association for Computational Linguistics; 2021. https://github.com/MilaNLProc/feel-it"]}

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Till Grallert;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This is an archival release to document the state of the computational tools for this research project before it got severely derailed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the explosion in Beirut on 4 August 2020. Please consult the readme for a detailed description of the contents and workflows.

  • Research software . 2021
    Authors: 
    Rouhizadeh, Masoud; Zhang, Yaoyun;
    Publisher: bio.tools

    COVID-19 SignSyma is a tool foor fast adaptation of a general clinical NLP tool to identify and normalize COVID-19 signs and symptoms to OMOP common data model.

  • Research software . 2021
    Open Source
    Authors: 
    Lever, Jake;
    Publisher: bio.tools

    CoronaCentral is a tool for analyzing the vast coronavirus literature with CoronaCentral.

  • Research software . 2021
    Open Source Python
    Authors: 
    Lu, Zhiyong;
    Publisher: bio.tools

    COVID-19-CT-CXR is a public database of COVID-19 CXR and CT images, which are automatically extracted from COVID-19-relevant articles from the PubMed Central Open Access (PMC-OA) Subset.

  • Research software . 2021
    MATLAB
    Authors: 
    Sarkar, Sohini;
    Publisher: bio.tools

    Using Text Analytics in MATLAB to explore research articles related to COVID-19 and other coronaviruses.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Claveau, François; Roy, Jean-Hugues; Santerre, Olivier;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This HTML file is the technical appendix (with R Code) for the working paper "The virus that brought science into the limelight". Abstract of the paper: The COVID-19 pandemic has increased both journalists’ use of science in their reporting and the public’s interest in science-related news. This is what stands out of a computational analysis of articles and Facebook posts of French-language media in Canada. The representation of science by the media has also changed during the pandemic: science’s role as a guide to governments has come into the limelight.