getIntrinsicIC.pl - This program returns the intrinsic information content of a concept or a term.
This program takes in a CUI or a term and returns its intrinsic information content.
Usage: getIntrinsicIC.pl [OPTION] [CUI|TERM]
Concept Unique Identifier (CUI) or a term from the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS)
Use the formula proposed by Sanchez and Betet 2011
Use the formula proposed by Seco, Veale and Hayes 2005
This is the configuration file. The format of the configuration file is as follows:
SAB :: <include|exclude> <source1, source2, ... sourceN>
REL :: <include|exclude> <relation1, relation2, ... relationN>
RELA :: <include|exclude> <rela1, rela2, ... relaN> (optional)
For example, if we wanted to use the MSH vocabulary with only the RB/RN relations, the configuration file would be:
SAB :: include MSH REL :: include RB, RN RELA :: include inverse_isa, isa
SAB :: include MSH REL :: exclude PAR, CHD
If you go to the configuration file directory, there will be example configuration files for the different runs that you have performed.
Takes a file of CUIs (one per line) and returns their information content.
Sets the debug flag for testing
Username is required to access the umls database on MySql unless it was specified in the my.cnf file at installation
Password is required to access the umls database on MySql unless it was specified in the my.cnf file at installation
Hostname where mysql is located. DEFAULT: localhost
The socket your mysql is using. DEFAULT: /tmp/mysql.sock
Database contain UMLS DEFAULT: umls
Displays the quick summary of program options.
Displays the version information.
List of CUIs that are associated with the input term
Bridget T. McInnes, University of Minnesota
Copyright (c) 2007-2009,
Bridget T. McInnes, University of Minnesota bthomson at cs.umn.edu Ted Pedersen, University of Minnesota Duluth tpederse at d.umn.edu Siddharth Patwardhan, University of Utah, Salt Lake City email@example.com Serguei Pakhomov, University of Minnesota Twin Cities firstname.lastname@example.org
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