Things Learned About Natural Language Processing at THATcamp Bay Area

Aditi explains n-grams

The first session I joined at THATcamp was Aditi Muralidharan‘s text mining boot camp, and the topic seemed to set my agenda for the rest of the event (though I wish Aditi had also hosted her proposed data visualization session).

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  2. The licensing of the Stanford Parser (and other Stanford NLP software) is not meant to be confusing! It’s available under the GPL v2+, and any usage consistent with that license is okay. However, like various other software such as MySQL, it is dual-licensed, and a commercial license is also available for organizations who would like one, including but not limited to those that wish to incorporate the parser into proprietary software.

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