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A set of python modules for cornel movie-dialogs corpus with storm

Project description

A set of python modules for cornel movie-dialogs corpus with storm.

Abstract

This module include some classes extending storm ORM for cornel movie-dialogs corpus data.

Install

pip install storm                # if you not
pip install cornel-movie-dialogs-corpus-storm

Setup

  1. download corpus and unzip
  2. generate database and insert with generate-mdcorpus-database.py

for example:

generate-mdcorpus-database.py --corpus-dir "cornell movie-dialogs corpus" corpus.db

Usage

from mdcorpus.orm import *
from mdcorpus.parser import *

...

Class List

  • MovieTitlesMetadata
  • Genre
  • MovieGenreLine
  • MovieCharactersMetadata
  • MovieConversation
  • MovieLine
  • RawScriptUrl

Corpus Problem

This is memo when I dealt with corpus problems.

movie_titles_metadata.txt

  • I ignored an alphabet following year.
    • for example, line 34, 1989/I
  • I ignored duplication for genre data.
    • line 58, ['horror', 'mystery', 'mystery', 'sci-fi', 'sci-fi']

Code Problem

I use Python2.7 and I don’t know how to use codecs module.(Unicode HOWTO — Python 2.7ja1 documentation)

mime

convert text-code to utf-8 with Mi

before

cornell movie-dialogs corpus$ file --mime {(ls)}
README.txt:                    text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
chameleons.pdf:                application/pdf; charset=binary
movie_characters_metadata.txt: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
movie_conversations.txt:       text/plain; charset=us-ascii
movie_lines.txt:               text/plain; charset=us-ascii
movie_titles_metadata.txt:     text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
raw_script_urls.txt:           text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

after

cornell movie-dialogs corpus$ file --mime {(ls)}
README.txt:                    text/plain; charset=utf-8
chameleons.pdf:                application/pdf; charset=binary
movie_characters_metadata.txt: text/plain; charset=utf-8
movie_conversations.txt:       text/plain; charset=us-ascii
movie_lines.txt:               text/plain; charset=us-ascii
movie_titles_metadata.txt:     text/plain; charset=utf-8
raw_script_urls.txt:           text/plain; charset=utf-8

movie_titles_metadata.txt

  • line 115, léon

movie_characters_metadata.txt

  • line 1727 - 1736, léon

result

sqlite> select * from movie_titles_metadata where title = 'léon';
sqlite> select * from movie_titles_metadata where title = 'l駮n';
114|l駮n|1994|8.6|204901

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