This module contains a fully-standalone implementation of the PIBOSO tagger that won the ALTA2012 Shared task . The features and algorithms used are described in .
The tagger (including a pre-trained model) is packaged as a Python module and distributed via pypi. Installing it should be as simple as
pip install piboso
hydrat  - automatically installed by pip TreeTagger  - must be manually installed
The path to the folder in which treetagger is located must be specified
in configuration file. When invoked,
piboso_tag will attempt to locate
a configuration file at ~/.pibosorc and ./.pibosorc. If neither exists,
it will generate a blank configuration file at ./.pibosorc. The path
to treetagger should be set in this configuration file.
An alternative location for reading the configuration file can be specified
-c command-line option.
The tagger can be invoked with the script
piboso_tag, that is automatically
installed when the package is installed with pip. The simplest invocation is
piboso_tag -o <OUTPUT_PATH> <FILE TO TAG> <FILE TO TAG> …
If no files are specified on the command line,
piboso_tag will read STDIN
and interpret each line as a path to a file to be tagged. More detailed
information about invoking
piboso_tag can be obtained by invoking
Files are assumed to be sentence tokenized and presented in a sentence-per-line
format. The output produced by
piboso-tag is in a CSV format, for example:
subsample/1454068-1,background subsample/1454068-2,background subsample/1454068-3,outcome subsample/1454088-1,background subsample/1454088-2,background subsample/1454088-3,background subsample/1454088-4,background
The first item in each record is the path of the file and the sentence number separated by a dash. Sentences are enumerated from 1. The second item is the label assigned to the sentence.
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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