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Easy concurrent launch of series of file based experiments.

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This module provide a easy, non intrusive way to process a big list of files in a parallel way. Also provides the option to process theses files with a different packs of options, evaluate and generate reports.


You need the PPSS script in same dir of this file.


  1. Import this module from your main file

    import pyCorpus
  2. Create the function that process the file

    def my_process(file_name, config):
        # Some science stuff with the file
  3. (Optional) Create a function that return a argument parser that capture all the configs that you need.

    def my_parser():
        # Set up your argparse parser
        # Return the parser
        return my_parser_instance
  4. Add at the end of the file something like this:

    if __name__ == "__main__":
        corpus_processor = pyCorpus.CorpusProcessor(parse_cmd_arguments, process_file)


  • Dot not ADD the () to my_parser and my_process arguments.

  • If you don't need options you can ignore step 3 and the config file come as None. But never use the --config parameter.

  • The files are processed in a concurrent way so if you might store any results don't use the sys.out use a file.

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