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Indian Fuzzy name Matching Tool.

Project description

I first preprocessed data also considering phonetic similarity of alphabets based on some common problems of Indian names. After that i implemented soundex and used it to find similarity of names. If two names seems similar , I have implmented my improvised vowels/cosonants functions which clears the situation better and gives an improvised Output.

Requirements

  • Python 3 or higher and nltk

Installation

Using PIP via PyPI

pip3 install indian_namematch
python3

Usage

>>> import indian_namematch
>>> from indian_namematch import fuzzymatch

Single Comparison

>>> results = fuzzymatch.single_compare("A Singh", "Ajeet Singh")
>>> print(results)
    Match
>>> results = fuzzymatch.single_compare("Ajeit Singh", "Ajeet Singh")
>>> print(results)
    Match
>>> results = fuzzymatch.single_compare("Mr Ajeit Singh", "Ajeet Singh")
>>> print(results)
    Match
>>> results = fuzzymatch.single_compare("M/r Ajeit Singh", "Ajeet Singh")
>>> print(results)

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