Get the gender from first name.
This package uses the underlying data from the program “gender” by Jorg Michael (described here). Its use is pretty straightforward:
>>> import gender_guesser.detector as gender >>> d = gender.Detector() >>> d.get_gender(u"Bob") u'male' >>> d.get_gender(u"Sally") u'female' >>> d.get_gender(u"Pauley") # should be androgynous u'andy'
The result will be one of andy (androgynous), male, female, mostly_male, or mostly_female. Any unknown names are considered andies. Moreover, you can set unknown value to whatever you want:
>>> d = gender.Detector(unknown_value=u"ferhat") >>> d.get_gender(u"Pauley") u'ferhat'
I18N is fully supported:
>>> d.get_gender(u"Álfrún") u'female'
Additionally, you can give preference to specific countries:
>>> d.get_gender(u"Jamie") u'mostly_female' >>> d.get_gender(u"Jamie", u'great_britain') u'mostly_male'
Additionally, you can create a detector that is not case sensitive (default is to be case sensitive):
>>> d = gender_guesser.detector.Detector(case_sensitive=False) >>> d.get_gender(u"sally") u'female' >>> d.get_gender(u"Sally") u'female'
Try to avoid creating many Detectors, as each creation means reading the data file.
The generator code is distributed under the GPLv3. The data file nam_dict.txt is released under the GNU Free Documentation License.
- Wire in tox to test in both Python 2 and Python 3.
- Python 2 and 3 compatiblity.
- Remove obsolete character mapper code.
For previous versions, see sexmachine.
This is a fork of the SexMachine package by Ferhat Elmas. It was created to be able to publish a Python 3 compatible version to PyPI and to be able add some more improvements without bugging the original author.
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