From WebLab Wiki
There are many ways to get started on the WebLab platform. However one should note few things first (see weblab features description for more information):
- WebLab is a platform developed through research projects and not meant to be used as is for an operational application ;
- WebLab is an integration platform dedicated to unstructured document processing and retrieval (and more...) ;
- WebLab is a server application and even if the demo is packaged to be easily deployed and installed on a single machine for test purposes, most applications based on WebLab are multi-servers application ;
This being said, you will find hereafter the possible ways to get in touch with the WebLab team. If you have any questions, please send them to email@example.com
The easiest way is to download the WebLab Bundle available on the Download. It's a simple Zip file and once extracted you should be able to easily install and launch a simple demo application based on WebLab. The scope of the demonstration is really "reduced to the max" in order to be able to run on a single machine.
As far as capability goes, this demonstration includes fewer than 10 documents but it has been tested on more than 10000. So you can try with your own documents.
More information about WebLab Bundle here
Learn about the WebLab
If the demonstration is not enough for you, then you can look at the projects to have more information about the multiple projects that are (or were) using the WebLab. Some of them have on-line video demonstrations. For the scientists, you can look at the publication section where some of the papers published in international conferences are listed.
Still hungry ? Let's go to the core of the platform with the page dedicated to the WebLab Architecture and which introduces the core principles and guidelines that support the WebLab.
Work with WebLab
Any developers interested in setting up a WebLab application and/or developing and testing their own WebLab components should have a look at Developer Dashboard which links all relevant resources for happy weblab coders.