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Bayesian anti-spam classifier written in Python.

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# AntiSpam

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Bayesian anti-spam classifier written in Python.

PyPI: [pypi.python.org/pypi/antispam](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/antispam)

# Installation

```
pip install antispam
```

# Usage

Use the built-in training model provided by antispam:

```
import antispam

antispam.score("Cheap shoes for sale at DSW shoe store!")
# => 0.9657724517163143

antispam.isspam("Cheap shoes for sale at DSW shoe store!")
# => True

antispam.score("Hi mark could you please send me a copy of your machine learning homework? thanks")
# => 0.0008064840568731558

antispam.score("Hi mark could you please send me a copy of your machine learning homework? thanks")
# => False

```

Train your own modle.

```
import antispam

d = antispam.Detector("my_model.dat")

d.train("Super cheap octocats for sale at GitHub.", True)
d.train("Hi John, could you please come to my office by 3pm? Ding", False)

msg1 = "Cheap shoes for sale at DSW shoe store!"
d.score(msg1)
# => 0.9999947825633266

d.is_spam(msg1)
# => True

msg2 = "Hi mark could you please send me a copy of your machine learning homework? thanks"
d.score(msg2)
# => 4.021280114849398e-08

d.is_spam(msg2)
# => False
```

##License

[MIT Licenses](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)

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