Participating teams will be invited to submit a short systems description article reporting on the used system for each of the tasks in which they have participated. Depending on the task the submission due will be in August or September.
In case you participated in several BioCreative V tracks, remember that you are required to submit a separate paper for each track. Your paper should describe resources you used and your methodology. It should also give any evaluation results you were able to produce based on gold standard data applicable to your task. We recommend limiting the length of the paper to 4-6 pages. Assuming your efforts and innovation in doing your chosen Subtask(s) were significant, we expect these papers to eventually form the basis for a journal article describing your efforts in more detail.