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linguisticsweb:tutorials:linguistics_tutorials:automaticannotation:stanford_pos_tagger [2019/03/05 21:24]
sabinebartsch [3.1 Input parameters]
linguisticsweb:tutorials:linguistics_tutorials:automaticannotation:stanford_pos_tagger [2019/05/15 11:18]
sabinebartsch [2 Installation and requirements]
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-Requirements:​ The Stanford PoS Tagger requires Java. As many programmes in corpus and computational linguistics require Java and as Java is used widely in this field, it is advisable to install the full Java JDK (Java Development Kit) which includes also the JRE (Java Runtime Environment). Please consult the following page to download software that is a system prerequisite for many corpus and computational linguistic applications:​ [[https://​www.oracle.com/​technetwork/​java/​javase/​downloads/​index.html|Oracle Java]].+Requirements:​ The Stanford PoS Tagger requires Java. As many programmes in corpus and computational linguistics require Java and as Java is used widely in this field, it is advisable to install the full Java JDK (Java Development Kit) which includes also the JRE (Java Runtime Environment). Please consult the following page to download software that is a system prerequisite for many corpus and computational linguistic applications:​ [[linguisticsweb:​tutorials:​linguistics_tutorials:​basics:​environment:java|Open JDK]].
  
 The Stanford PoS Tagger does not require much of an installation. The following steps get you started in no time at all. The Stanford PoS Tagger does not require much of an installation. The following steps get you started in no time at all.
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 | **-textFile** ​ | for plain text input files  | | **-textFile** ​ | for plain text input files  |
 | **-xmlInput** ​ | Example value: <​body>;​ The value specified here determines the element of an xml file the contents of which is being tagged. ​ | | **-xmlInput** ​ | Example value: <​body>;​ The value specified here determines the element of an xml file the contents of which is being tagged. ​ |
-| **-outputFormat** ​ | xml, tsv, slashTags, -tagSeparator \#, inlineXML|+| **-outputFormat** ​ | xml, tsv, slashTags, -tagSeparator \#|