Biome-text is a light-weight open source Natural Language Processing toolbox built with AllenNLP
Natural Language Processing library built with AllenNLP
State-of-the-art and not so state-of-the-art models trained with your own data with simple workflows.
Exploration UI for error analysis with interpretations.
Efficient data reading for (large) datasets in multiple formats and sources (CSV, Parquet, JSON, Elasticsearch, etc.).
Modular configuration and extensibility of models, datasets and training runs programmatically or via config files.
clior as plain Python (e.g., inside a Jupyter Notebook)
Compatible with AllenNLP
You can install biome.text with pip or from source.
The recommended way for installing the library is using pip. You can install everything required for the library as follows:
pip install biome-text
Install from Source
To install biome-text from source, clone the repository from github:
git clone https://github.com/recognai/biome-text.git cd biome-text python -m pip install .[testing]
Then you must build static web resources for the explore UI to work:
cd ui npm install npm run build
Note: node>=12 is required in your machine. You can follow installation instructions here
make command is enabled in your system, you can use
make dev directive:
make ui for building static web resources needed for the explore UI method to work:
You can see all defined directives as follow:
Test biome-text with pytest
cd biome-text pytest
The code in this project is licensed under Apache 2 license.
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