In minutes, Extractiv can convert millions of targeted web pages into structured content, adding value to your applications.
Most of the time, the direct consumer of Extractiv output is a machine. In this case, JSON and RDF are ideal output formats. But sometimes, a human user might want to look at the semantic annotations being provided for a document. For this case, we've added a new output format which is pleasing to the eye, called the HTML Viewer. We're excited because we think this will also help Extractiv users understand what kind of value can be added to their apps.
The HTML Viewer output format is now provided as an option on the On-Demand platform. You can try it out using any of the API access methods with the output_format parameter set to html_viewer, or by processing a URL using the form below.
While the output is mostly self-explanatory, we've documented specific features of this output in our documentation. Entities and relations are color coded in the main text pane. On the left, a tree structure shows the entities found, and below, the relations identified. Clicking on an entity or relation will jump you to that annotation in the text pane. For some entities, there are quite a few entries listed in the tree, and these represent all of the mentions of that entity in the document. Extractiv even resolves pronoun which "co-refer" to entities.
Not all of the structured data which Extractiv provides in the other formats are currently visualized in this inteface (e.g. topic terms, sentiment relations), so look forward to updates to the interface. If you have ideas on what you'd like to see here, please let us know!