Extracts human mental models from text and facilitates mental model comparison and contrasting. (See J Diesner 2003)
Extracts human mental models from text and facilitates mental model comparison and contrasting. An alternative implementation of "AutoMap," see: J Diesner, K M Carley, "AutoMap1.2 - Extract, analyze, represent, and compare mental models from texts" (2003) for more background details.
pip install mental_models # then Build as below
This library assumes that several models and datasets are available. You can run the command below to build them.
# ... need a small language model python -m spacy download en_core_web_sm # ... adds in WordNet tokenization for spaCy python -m nltk.downloader wordnet python -m nltk.downloader omw
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