IberEval@SEPLN 2018: Sevilla, Spain

Track 1: Disability annotation on documents from the biomedical domain (DIANN)

Track 2: Authorship and aggressiveness analysis in Twitter: case study in Mexican Spanish (MEX-A3T)

Track 3: MultiModal Stance Detection in tweets on Catalan 1Oct Referendum (MultiStanceCat)

Track 4: Humor Analysis based on Human Annotation (HAHA)

Track 5: Automatic Misogyny Identification (AMI)

Track 6: Second Biomedical Abbreviation Recognition and Resolution track (BARR2)

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