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Perhaps the most robust tool in the EndNote for iPad app is its expanded functionality for annotating PDF files.
Never content to rest on past accomplishments, Genius has a beta project for annotating webpages, which takes it out of the closed realm of submitted texts and into everything that's online.
In the first approach, we suggest the use of lexical and structural annotations for annotating the models within a homogeneous context.
Today, one imagines that most annotating is undertaken for "professional" as opposed to personal reasons: for example, I annotated Jackson's Romantic Readers to write this review, students annotate a biology textbook in preparation for an exam, etc.
The research involved in annotating these documents, nearly all created by very ordinary people scattered over a large area, has led Miller and his collaborators into a larger number of local historical societies and organizations on both sides of the Atlantic.
OntoGloss is an annotator used in annotating documents using concepts in the ontology.
IPRO offers a diverse suite of solutions from robust imaging, annotating, and indexing tools, to specialized document viewing and desktop imaging tools.
Ohio Design Automation (ohioda.com) now provides Cadence users with full bi-directional integration with InterComm 5.1 collaboration groupware, which permits enterprise-wide sharing, reviewing, annotating and verifying of electronic design intent.
From reading texts to annotating web pages, grade 6-8 students rely on group cooperation and individual reading and writing skills in this research project that spans six 50-minute lessons.
The e-books will be offered through a secure system for accessing, annotating and sharing copyrighted content online.
Unless technological improvements make annotating digital documents as easy as annotating paper documents, paper consumption is not likely to decrease.
Finally, much of the early emphasis in genomics has been on accumulating and annotating raw sequence data.