Annotations are used in order to add notes or more information about a topic. They can be used in a variety of ways and in a diverse amount of disciplines. Annotations can be used to provide reminders, help a reader engage with the text, or to add context or further clarification. Highlighting or underlining key words or major ideas is the most common way of annotating in content and makes it easy to find those important passages again.
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FoLiA is an XML-based annotation format, suitable for the representation of linguistically annotated language resources. Our aim is to introduce a single rich format that can accomodate a wide variety of linguistic annotation types through a single generalised paradigm. We do not commit to any label set, language or linguistic theory. This is always left to the developer of the language resource, and provides maximum flexibility. XML is an inherently hierarchic format. FoLiA does justice to this by maximally utilising a hierarchic, inline, setup. Our aim with FoLiA is not to introduce yet another format, but to build a rich and practical infrastructure around this format.
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Letting your views and opinions about a topic flow is the point of an annotated essay. It may make some people a little nervous, but it is actually a place where ideas can be explored and communicated. It can be an invitation to let your thoughts on a subject fly. The key is to highlight major points in the piece and note your thoughts in the margins of the piece that specifically make connections that refer back to the key points.