Interface package for Japanese tokenization
This is simple wrapper for Japanese Tokenizers(A.K.A Morphology Splitter)
This project aims to call Tokenizer and split into tokens as easy as possible.
And this project supports various Tokenization tools. You can compare results among them.
This project is available also in Github.
If you find any bugs, please report them to github issues. Or any pull requests are welcomed!
- Python 2.7
- Python 3.5
- You can get set of tokens from input sentence
- You can filter some tokens with your Part-of-Speech condition or stopwords
- You can add extension dictionary like mecab-neologd dictionary
- You can define your original dictionary. And this dictionary forces mecab to make it one token
Supported Tokenization tool
Mecab is open source tokenization system for various language(if you have dictionary for it)
See english documentation for detail
Juman is tokenization tool developped by Kurohashi laboratory, Kyoto University, Japan.
Juman is strong for ambigious writing style in Japanese, and is strong for new-comming words thanks to Web based huge dictionary.
And, Juman tells you semantic meaning of words.
Kytea is tokenization tool developped by Graham Neubig.
Kytea has a different algorithm from one of Mecab or Juman.
See here to install MeCab system.
Mecab Neologd dictionary
Mecab-neologd dictionary is a dictionary-extension based on ipadic-dictionary, which is basic dictionary of Mecab.
With, Mecab-neologd dictionary, you’re able to parse new-coming words make one token.
Here, new-coming words is such like, movie actor name or company name…..
See here and install mecab-neologd dictionary.
wget -O juman7.0.1.tar.bz2 "http://nlp.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/DLcounter/lime.cgi?down=http://nlp.ist.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/nl-resource/juman/juman-7.01.tar.bz2&name=juman-7.01.tar.bz2" bzip2 -dc juman7.0.1.tar.bz2 | tar xvf - cd juman-7.01 ./configure make [sudo] make install
Install Kytea system
wget http://www.phontron.com/kytea/download/kytea-0.4.7.tar.gz tar -xvf kytea-0.4.7.tar cd kytea-0.4.7 ./configure make make install
Kytea has python wrapper thanks to michiaki ariga. Install Kytea-python wrapper
pip install kytea
[sudo] python setup.py install
Tokenization Example(For python2x. To see exmaple code for Python3.x, plaese see here)
# input is `unicode` type(in python2x) sentence = u'テヘラン（ペルシア語: تهران ; Tehrān Tehran.ogg 発音[ヘルプ/ファイル]/teɦˈrɔːn/、英語:Tehran）は、西アジア、イランの首都でありかつテヘラン州の州都。人口12,223,598人。都市圏人口は13,413,348人に達する。' # make MecabWrapper object # path where `mecab-config` command exists. You can check it with `which mecab-config` # default value is '/usr/local/bin' path_mecab_config='/usr/local/bin' # you can choose from "neologd", "all", "ipaddic", "user", "" # "ipadic" and "" is equivalent dictType = "" mecab_wrapper = MecabWrapper(dictType=dictType, path_mecab_config=path_mecab_config) # tokenize sentence. Returned object is list of tuples tokenized_obj = mecab_wrapper.tokenize(sentence=sentence) assert isinstance(tokenized_obj, list) # Returned object is "TokenizedSenetence" class if you put return_list=False tokenized_obj = mecab_wrapper.tokenize(sentence=sentence, return_list=False)
stopwords = [u'テヘラン'] assert isinstance(tokenized_obj, TokenizedSenetence) # returned object is "FilteredObject" class filtered_obj = mecab_wrapper.filter( parsed_sentence=tokenized_obj, stopwords=stopwords ) assert isinstance(filtered_obj, FilteredObject) # pos condition is list of tuples # You can set POS condition "ChaSen 品詞体系 (IPA品詞体系)" of this page http://www.unixuser.org/~euske/doc/postag/#chasen pos_condition = [(u'名詞', u'固有名詞'), (u'動詞', u'自立')] filtered_obj = mecab_wrapper.filter( parsed_sentence=tokenized_obj, pos_condition=pos_condition )
natto-py is sophisticated package for tokenization. It supports following features
- easy interface for tokenization
- importing additional dictionary
- partial parsing mode
- first release to Pypi
- Juman supports(only for python2.x)
- Kytea supports(only for python2.x)
- removed a bug when interface calls JUMAN
- fixed the version number of jctconv
- Kytea supports also for Python3.x(Thanks to @chezou)
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