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Opinosis Text Summarization Web API

Opinosis Text Summarization Web API

The Opinosis REST API is available to all academic researchers. You can use a command line tool like cURL to access the API or you can also easily access the API from any programming language using HTTP request and response libraries. The nice thing with using the REST API version versus the Java jar file is that you can integrate the API into your code base, making evaluation and the ability to build on the API output much easier. Please…

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Opinosis Summarization Demo Software (Command Line Jar)

Opinosis Summarization Demo Software (Command Line Jar)

The Opinosis Summarizer Software is a demo version of a summarizer that generates concise abstractive summaries of highly redundant text. It  was primarily used to summarize opinions, and thus it can  be regarded as a opinion summarization software. However, since the underlying approach is general and  assumes no domain knowledge, with a few minor tweaks it can be used on any highly redundant text (e.g. twitter comments, comments on blog or news articles).  Note that this requires code changes. The…

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rouge2csv – Script to Interpret ROUGE Scores

rouge2csv – Script to Interpret ROUGE Scores

This is a perl script that helps in interpreting ROUGE scores generated by the perl (original) implementation of ROUGE. If you need Instructions on how to set-up ROUGE for evaluation of your summarization tasks go here. Assuming you have piped all your ROUGE results to a file, this tool will collect all rouge scores into separate CSV files depending on the n-grams used. For example, all ROUGE-1 scores will be collected into a ROUGE-1.csv file, similarly all ROUGE-2 scores will…

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