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A tool for multi-modal annotation

Project description

Nisaba 0.2.8

A tool for multi-modal annotation

Most Recent Update


  • Minor fixes to get pip install working on Windows

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Install & run instructions

Nisaba is on PyPi so the easiest way to install it is by using pip:

pip install nisaba

Then just do from your terminal:



If you want to run Nisaba directly from source:

git clone
cd nisaba
virtualenv .
source bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt

And to run it, just do:

cd nisaba

Or just:

python -m nisaba

Development History

Conceived by M. H. Beals (Loughborough University) and Olivia Mitchell (Loughborough University)
Initial Development (0.1.0) by M. H. Beals
Continuing Development by M. H. Beals and Albert Meroño Peñuela (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)


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