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Natural Language Processing (NLP) systems often make use of machine learning techniques that are unfamiliar to end-users who are interested in analyzing clinical records. Although NLP has been widely used in extracting information from clinical text, current systems generally do not support model revision based on feedback from domain experts. We present a prototype tool that allows end users to visualize and review the outputs of an NLP system that extracts binary variables from clinical text.arXiv:1707.01890v2 fatcat:hjcakwhenfexhdmnrrpg3hetoy