Category Archives: maltparser

Training a dependency parser on gdbank

A very quick note to say that I’ve trained maltparser, a dependency parser, with the current gdbank sentences (a mere 1223 tokens spread across 70-odd sentences), the Universal POS tagging scheme and the current Universal-ish gdbank dependency annotation scheme, and then … Continue reading

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MaltParser cheat mode

If you train MaltParser using the learnwo flowchart in place of learn, it does all the same things, except that it writes out the sentences as it reads them in. This means that if you have, ahem, misformatted any of … Continue reading

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Installing MaltParser on Mac OS X 10.6.8

MaltParser is a dependency parser and it’s available here: http://www.maltparser.org/download.html If you try to run the ready-built jar under Mac OS X 10.6.8 and you haven’t updated to Java 1.7, you’ll get a major.minor version number error. However, if you … Continue reading

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