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Generates books based on other books using nltk

Project description

bookgen

A python library using nltk to analyse two books and generate a new one.

Installation

pip install bookgen

Usage

from bookgen import BookGen

book = BookGen("word_base_book.txt", "sentence_base_book.txt")
# book.download() will download the nltk extras required, only needed once

print(book.run())

Explanation

BookGen will parse word classes from the first specified book, looking like this:

{"NOUN": ["Mountain", "Valley"], "VERB": ["take", "went"]}

These are sorted by the nltk universal tagset.

The second book serves as sentence base. It will be parsed into a list of word types that represent the whole book.

["NOUN", "VERB", "PREP", "NOUN", "CONJ", "VERB", "."]

Then, it generates a list of words from the words of the first book based on the second book.

["Nathan", "went", "to", "Valley", "and", "peed", "."]

This is joined with some capitalization fixes and returned.

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