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Client for web service.

Project description

Client for web service.

Basic usage

Import the Genderize class and call its get method with a list of names.

from genderize import Genderize
print Genderize().get(['James', 'Eva', 'Thunderhorse'])
[{u'count': 1037, u'gender': u'male', u'name': u'James', u'probability': 0.99},
 {u'count': 234, u'gender': u'female', u'name': u'Eva', u'probability': 1.0},
 {u'gender': None, u'name': u'Thunderhorse'}]

Shell usage

If run as a script, takes a list of names on stdin, and prints them with their genders.

echo "James\nEva\nThunderhorse" | python -m genderize
James: male
Eva: female
Thunderhorse: None

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