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* [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)]] ([[Python]]) implements [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Text Classification|Text Classification]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Tokenization / Sentence Splitting|Tokenization / Sentence Splitting]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Stemming (Morphological Similarity)|Stemming (Morphological Similarity)]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Part-of-Speech (POS) Tagging|Part-of-Speech (POS) Tagging]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Syntax (Parsing)|Syntax (Parsing)]], and semantic reasoning
 
* [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)]] ([[Python]]) implements [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Text Classification|Text Classification]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Tokenization / Sentence Splitting|Tokenization / Sentence Splitting]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Stemming (Morphological Similarity)|Stemming (Morphological Similarity)]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Part-of-Speech (POS) Tagging|Part-of-Speech (POS) Tagging]], [[Natural Language Processing (NLP)#Syntax (Parsing)|Syntax (Parsing)]], and semantic reasoning
 
** [http://textblob.readthedocs.io/en/dev/ TextBlob]([[Python]]) is kind of an extension of [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)| NLTK]]. You can access many of [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)| NLTK]]'s functions in a simplified manner; includes functionality from the Pattern library
 
** [http://textblob.readthedocs.io/en/dev/ TextBlob]([[Python]]) is kind of an extension of [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)| NLTK]]. You can access many of [[Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK)| NLTK]]'s functions in a simplified manner; includes functionality from the Pattern library
* [[SpaCy]] ([[Python]] and Cython)  everything as an object rather than a string, which simplifies the interface for building applications
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* [[SpaCy]] ([[Python]] and Cython)  everything as an object rather than a string, which simplifies the interface for building applications. Spacy is one of the most popular NLP (Natural Language Processing) libraries for Python. Imagine that when you scraped a lot of product reviews from an e-commerce website, you have to extract useful information from these free text before you can analyse them. Spacy has numerous built-in features to assist, such as work tokeniser, named entity recognition, and part-of-speech detection. Also, Spacy support many different human languages. On its official site, it is claimed that it supports more than 55 ones.
 
** [http://github.com/chartbeat-labs/textacy textacy] ([[Python]]) focuses primarily on the tasks that come before and follow after [[SpaCy]]
 
** [http://github.com/chartbeat-labs/textacy textacy] ([[Python]]) focuses primarily on the tasks that come before and follow after [[SpaCy]]
 
* [[Python#scikit-learn|scikit-learn]] NLP toolkit
 
* [[Python#scikit-learn|scikit-learn]] NLP toolkit

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Text Labeling
  • Bella open tool aimed at simplifying and speeding up text data labeling. Usually, if a dataset was labeled in a CSV file or Google spreadsheets, specialists need to convert it to an appropriate format before model training. Bella’s features and simple interface make it a good substitution to spreadsheets and CSV files. A graphical user interface (GUI) and a database backend for managing labeled data are Bella’s main features.
  • Tagtog choose three approaches: annotate text manually, hire a team that will label data for them, or use machine learning models for automated annotation.
  • Dataturks provides training data preparation tools. Using its products, teams can perform such tasks as parts-of-speech tagging, named-entity recognition tagging, text classification, moderation, and summarization.
  • Brat rapid annotation tool] a web-based tool for text annotation; that is, for adding notes to existing text documents, designed in particular for structured annotation, where the notes are not freeform text but have a fixed form that can be automatically processed and interpreted by a computer.
  • Yedda a lightweight Collaborative Text Span Annotation Tool developed for annotating chunk/entity/event on text (almost all languages including English, Chinese), symbol and even emoji.