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Re: Installing Lingua BrillTagger

by tangent (Vicar)
on Jan 20, 2014 at 23:39 UTC ( #1071397=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Installing Lingua BrillTagger

I couldn't find a way to count the tags just using the Tagger module, but as the tagged text is in an XML style you could use an XML parser - this example uses XML::LibXML. I initially tried to use Text::Balanced but had to give up as I couldn't work out how to extract multiple variable tags. You will need a full list of the tags which you can build from the Tagger README document.
use strict; use warnings; use Data::Dumper; use XML::LibXML; use Lingua::EN::Tagger qw(add_tags); my $text = <<'EOT'; The set of POS tags used here is a modified version of the Penn Treebank tagset. Tags with non-letter characters have been redefined to work better in our data structures. EOT my $tagger = Lingua::EN::Tagger->new; my $tagged = $tagger->add_tags($text); my $tree = XML::LibXML->load_xml(string => "<doc>$tagged</doc>"); my @tags = qw(CC DET NN NNP RB VBZ); # add the rest my %count; for my $tag (@tags) { my $lctag = lc($tag); # lowercase tag name my @nodes = $tree->findnodes("//$lctag"); $count{$tag} = scalar @nodes; } print Dumper(\%count); for my $tag (sort keys %count) { print "$tag:\t$count{$tag}\n"; }
$VAR1 = { 'CC' => 0, 'VBZ' => 1, 'RB' => 2, 'NNP' => 3, 'NN' => 4, 'DET' => 3 }; CC: 0 DET: 3 NN: 4 NNP: 3 RB: 2 VBZ: 1

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