Table 5

Trigger frequency
Trigger Count (relative frequency)
suggest that 75 (9.36%)
indicate that 45 (5.62%)
thus 42 (5.24%)
suggest 20 (2.50%)
therefore 17 (2.12%)
these result suggest that 15 (1.87%)
indicate 12 (1.50%)
cause 10 (1.25%)
due to 10 (1.25%)
result in 9 (1.12%)
the results indicate that 9 (1.12%)
these result indicate that 9 (1.12%)
because 7 (0.87%)
demonstrate that 7 (0.87%)
which suggest that 7 (0.87%)
lead to 6 (0.75%)
require for 6 (0.75%)
these observation suggest that 6 (0.75%)
and thus 5 (0.62%)
confirm that 5 (0.62%)
our finding indicate that 5 (0.62%)
reveal that 5 (0.62%)

Count and relative frequency for the most frequently occurring triggers using lemmatised forms.

Mihăilă et al.

Mihăilă et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2013 14:2   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-14-2

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