kandi X-RAY | stanza Summary
kandi X-RAY | stanza Summary
The Stanford NLP Group's official Python NLP library. It contains support for running various accurate natural language processing tools on 60+ languages and for accessing the Java Stanford CoreNLP software from Python. For detailed information please visit our official website. A new collection of biomedical and clinical English model packages are now available, offering seamless experience for syntactic analysis and named entity recognition (NER) from biomedical literature text and clinical notes. For more information, check out our Biomedical models documentation page.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize embedding .
- Load a CoNLLU .
- Parse text into a tree structure .
- Returns the next result .
- Get a list of sentences from the pipeline .
- Run trained model .
- Train a model on the given batch .
- Normalize the entity .
- Collect processor list .
- Prepare default models .
stanza Key Features
stanza Examples and Code Snippets
> parse-as-conll -h usage: parse-as-conll [-h] [-f INPUT_FILE] [-a INPUT_ENCODING] [-b INPUT_STR] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] [-c OUTPUT_ENCODING] [-s] [-t] [-d] [-e] [-j N_PROCESS] [-v] [--ignore_pipe_errors] [--no_split_
import spacy_conll nlp = nlp.add_pipe("conll_formatter", last=True) def init_parser( model_or_lang: str, parser: str, *, is_tokenized: bool = False, disable_sbd: bool = False, parser_opts: Optional[Dict] = None, **kwargs
import argparse from pathlib import Path from typing import List from time import time from pathlib import Path import stanza from stanza.models.common.doc import Document import stanza_batch import GPUtil import matplotlib.pyplot as plt def path_t
from stanza.server import CoreNLPClient # example text print('---') print('input text') print('') text = "Chris Manning is a nice person. Chris wrote a simple sentence. He also gives oranges to people." print(text) # set up the client print('---'
""" A basic demo of the Stanza neural pipeline. """ import sys import argparse import os import stanza from stanza.resources.common import DEFAULT_MODEL_DIR if __name__ == '__main__': # get arguments parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
import stanza from stanza.server.semgrex import Semgrex nlp = stanza.Pipeline("en", processors="tokenize,pos,lemma,depparse") doc = nlp("Banning opal removed all artifact decks from the meta. I miss playing lantern.") with Semgrex(classpath="$CLAS
async def main(loop): futures = [loop.run_in_executor(executor, io_bound, x) for x in range(6)] tasks =  for f in asyncio.as_completed(futures): result = await f tasks.append(asyncio.create_task(sleepy_time(r
nlp = spacy_stanza.load_pipeline("xx", lang="la")
npl = stanza.Pipeline(lang='Pt', model_dir='.\\Stanza')
import urllib.request json_url = "http://LINK_TO_YOUR_JSON/resources.json" urllib.request.urlretrieve(json_url, "./resources.json")
Trending Discussions on stanza
Can someone please explain to me why the below code doesn't work and how I can refactor it, so it does work....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-02 at 12:02
To run the second set of tasks concurrently, make it into a collection of tasks and then use asyncio.wait() to await them.
I am doing some experiments in Python with Stanza and I have converted a lot of sentences into ParseTree objects and saved them into a file like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 14:21
i installed spacy_stanza and downloaded the latin model, but i get this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 09:19
spaCy doesn't have built-in support for Latin, so you need to load the pipeline a bit differently. See the spacy-stanza docs. Modifying the Coptic example there slightly:
On messaging from server to all active clients of one user the sender-address is not correctly written.
This is the broadcast-function (serverside):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-15 at 15:51
This is an error reply from the server, therefor it is the server who sends this message, not a specific user.
I need to add a label to all default rules that come with the Helm chart. I tried setting the label under
commonLabels in the values file, to no avail. I also tried putting it as
external_labels within the
defaultRules stanza, again didn't do the trick. When I add the label to rules I define myself under
AdditionalAlerts, it works fine. But I need it for all alerts.
I also added it under the "labels for default rules". The label got added to the metadata of each of the default rules, but I need it inside the spec of the rule, under the already existing label for "severity".
The end goal is to put the environment inside that label, e.g. TEST, STAGING and PRODUCTION. So if anyone has another way to accomplish this, by all means.......
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 15:04
You can upgrade your values.yaml file for Prometheus with the necessary labels in the
additionalRuleLabels section for
Below is an example based on the values.yaml file from the Prometheus Monitoring Community:
I've seen some similar questions (in fact have tried the solution to every single one I've seen) but none have solved this. Essentially, I want to push to two different Github accounts without changing my config file every time.
I am trying to push to two different Github accounts from the same system, both with SSH. I am using WSL through VSCode.
ssh -T works for both of my RSA files, both Github accounts have the corresponding SSH keys and I can push to each just fine, when my
.ssh/config file has specific settings for each.
.ssh/config file looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 22:31
Once you've set up that stanza in your
~/.ssh/config, you then need to change each remote name to use either
github.com-user2 as the host name in the SSH URL. That's the only way to get this to work reliably, and you can change the existing remote (e.g.
origin) URL by running
git remote set-url NEW-URL.
Also note that you need the
IdentitiesOnly yes option in each stanza as well.
This is documented in the Git FAQ.
I'm trying to filter a repository with
git-filter-repo. I was trying to do this by describing all my needed operations in a path file to be used in a
--paths-from-file stanza as described in the documentation but I'm stuck in a last step to finalize this in one single and easy step.
My git working directory looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-15 at 15:22
Self answering as laying out the problem helped me spot the issue. I missed one important note in the documentation about path renaming.
Note: if you combine path filtering with path renaming, be aware that a rename directive does not select paths, it only says how to rename paths that are selected with the filters.
So one must describe all paths to be selected in the original repo prior to renaming them. Hence in my case the regex must be defined twice: once as a simple path filter and the other as a rename. The following path file is perfectly doing the job in a single run:
Here's the code...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 22:25
The type of your store is broken. In particular, the return type of
I'm interested in the Stanza constituency parser for Italian. In https://stanfordnlp.github.io/stanza/constituency.html it is said that a new release with updated models (including an Italian model trained on the Turin treebank) should have been available in mid-November. Any idea about when the next release of Stanza will appear? Thanks alberto...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 18:44
It is still very much a live task ... either December or January, I would say.
p.s. This isn't really a great SO question....
I used this module to create a security group inside a VPC. One of the outputs is the
security_group_id, but I'm getting this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-08 at 22:43
I took a look at that module. The problem is that the version
3.17.0 of the module simply does not have the output of
security_group_id. You are using a really old version.
The latest version from the site is
4.7.0, you would want to upgrade to this one. In fact, any version above
4.0.0 has the
security_group_id, so you need to at least
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