The paper “pyMMAX2: Deep Access to MMAX2 Projects from Python” by Mark-Christoph Müller has been accepted as a poster for LAW, the Linguistic Annotation Workshop. It describes a Python API for MMAX2, a still popular annotation tool originally developed by Mark-Christoph Müller and Michael Strube at EML in 2001.
HITS, the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, was established in 2010 by physicist and SAP co-founder Klaus Tschira (1940-2015) and the Klaus Tschira Foundation as a private, non-profit research institute. HITS conducts basic research in the natural, mathematical, and computer sciences. Major research directions include complex simulations across scales, making sense of data, and enabling science via computational research. Application areas range from molecular biology to astrophysics. An essential characteristic of the Institute is interdisciplinarity, implemented in numerous cross-group and cross-disciplinary projects. The base funding of HITS is provided by the Klaus Tschira Foundation.