A text analytics library for prose fiction.
A relatively fast, functional prose text counter with readability scoring.
prosegrinder is available on PyPI. Simply install it with pip:
$ pip install prosegrinder
The main use is via the prosegrinder.Prose object.
>>> from prosegrinder import Prose >>> p = Prose("Some lengthy text that's actual prose, like a novel or article.")
The Prose object will parse everything down and compute basic staticstics, including word count, sentence count, paragraph count, syllable count, point of view, dialogue, narrative, and a set of readabilit scores. All objects and attributes should be treated as immutable.
I know this isn’t great documentation, but it should be enough to get you going.
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