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linguisticsweb:tutorials:linguistics_tutorials:automaticannotation:stanford_pos_tagger_python [2020/03/01 09:20]
sabinebartsch [author: Sabine Bartsch, e-mail: mail@linguisticsweb.org]
linguisticsweb:tutorials:linguistics_tutorials:automaticannotation:stanford_pos_tagger_python [2020/03/01 13:04] (current)
sabinebartsch [Running the local Stanford PoS Tagger on a directory of files]
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 Please note down the name of the directory to which you have unpacked the Stanford PoS Tagger as well as the subdirectory in which the tagging models are located. Also write down (or copy) the name of the directory in which the file(s) you would like to part of speech tag is located. Please note down the name of the directory to which you have unpacked the Stanford PoS Tagger as well as the subdirectory in which the tagging models are located. Also write down (or copy) the name of the directory in which the file(s) you would like to part of speech tag is located.
-As we will be writing output of the two subprocesses of tokenization and tagging to files in your file system, you have to create these output directories in your file system and again write down or copy the locations for further use. In this example these directories are called:+As we will be writing output of the two subprocesses of tokenization and tagging to files in your file system, you have to create these output directories in your file system and again write down or copy the locations ​to your clipboard ​for further use. In this example these directories are called:
  
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