Blacklist Concepts and Terms

This section contains a short guide on how to blacklist concepts and terms from inside of one of the two lists.

The Extracted Concepts List and the Extracted Terms List each allow you to blacklist terms or concepts listed there.

The following results can be expected from blacklisting terms or concepts.

  • Blacklisting terms in the Extracted Terms list means that those terms are excluded from extraction. By that you will not get them as result performing an extraction via the Extraction API or performing a corpus analysis.

  • Blacklisting concepts in the Extracted Concepts list means that those concepts with all their labels are excluded from extraction. By that you will not get them as result performing an extraction via the Extraction API or performing a corpus analysis.

How to Blacklist Terms and Concepts

You can add extracted concepts and terms to the blacklist by clicking the Add to Blacklist icon (1,2).

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You can review all terms and concepts that have been blacklisted for this project in via the Backlist node in the Corpus Management Tree .

Access the Blacklist - Available Options

To access the blacklist of concepts and terms in the Corpus Management, activate the Backlist node (1) in the Corpus Management Tree .

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Concepts and terms are listed separately. You can switch between the lists via the Select Blacklist drop down (2).

  • You can search the blacklist you selected in the Search Blacklist field (3), click Search to filter the list below.

  • Click Reset, if you want to display all terms again.

To remove an element from the blacklist, simply click the Remove icon to put it back to the source list.

Note

The blacklist for concepts looks and works similarly. Only the table column descriptions differ, since they contain the information about that concept, namely Preferred Label, Alternative Labels and Hidden Labels.