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15th
Feb 2018
Kyle P. Johnson
@kylepjohnson
Feb 15 2018 02:20
@inishchith
@Asutosh989 you can get started by looking at some tags like 'documentation' , 'bug' , 'enhancement' also you can open a ticket if you find a bug . hope this helps :smile:
@thunderandrain for example , if you're trying to add some feature to a classical language , you at least need a basic understanding of it . you can start with above mentioned tags to get a gist of what i'm trying to say :smile: @kylepjohnson correct me if i'm wrong
^ yes correct
@Sedictious Yes just use an empty string ('') for such non-existant words
But for Swadesh remember that order is important
Kyle P. Johnson
@kylepjohnson
Feb 15 2018 02:43

@vikrant97

I want to add some corpora to cltk core in either hindi or punjabi language to get to know about the cltk codebase better. But I don't know about the copyright issues. Can anyone please help, which corpus is eligible to be added to cltk? Thanks.

For corpora need one of the following, usually: a) public domain, b) Creative Commons, c) written permission from the copyright holder. Tech instructions here: https://github.com/cltk/cltk/wiki/How-to-add-a-corpus-to-the-CLTK

Vikrant Goyal
@vikrant97
Feb 15 2018 05:03
the corpora I am going to add for hindi is not any classical text, but it would be very beneficial for cltk to hold such a large corpus for a classical language and can use this corpus to test and improve the nlp functionalities for the language. I hope its fine @kylepjohnson ?
Ayush
@heyAyushh
Feb 15 2018 05:36
Hello, I am Ayush Chauhan , a 2nd year undergraduate student from Jecrc university. I would like to implement NLP functionality for Sanskrit. I have a very basic knowledge of machine learning and NLP.
Vikrant Goyal
@vikrant97
Feb 15 2018 09:39
@kylepjohnson , before adding the PR for adding the corpora, should I transfer the ownership of my repo to cltk?
Vikrant Goyal
@vikrant97
Feb 15 2018 10:16
@kylepjohnson please review my updated PR #679
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 13:01
@kylepjohnson Please review the PR cltk/cltk#683 and PRcltk/tutorials#4.
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 15:39
I'm trying to implement the alphabet of Middle German and I've already run into a few problems. As is the case with many classical languages, a "definite" alphabet may be hard to define, as there may be letters used interchangeably or not used at all depending on the region and time frame. What is the best practice in this case?
Chetanya
@chetanya-shrimali
Feb 15 2018 17:07
sorry i mean are there any meetups conducted by CLTK?
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:11
i needed some help.
I had initiated a pull request earlier. Now, when I am trying to make a new pull request, it is merging it with the previous pull request.
??
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:13
This is because it automatically synchronizes changes made in the same branch. Either change your working branch, or edit it manually from git
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:13
I had made another branch to work on the new work.
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:15
I am afraid I can't help you without further information. My advice would be to check again
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:15
It is necessary to type
git checkout master
Isn't it?
$ git branch branch_2
$ git checkout branch_2
write code and make commits as usual
$ git checkout master
$ git merge branch_2
I ran the tests after this.
Then checkout master (git checkout master)
$ git push origin master (remember, this is to your fork)
this is the right sequence isn't it?
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:22
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i used this, now when I try to make a new pull request. It keeps on showing
My previous pull request hasn't been yet integrated into the master of cltk by the admins. Is this causing the issue?
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:26
hmm, again I am far from an expert (just started using github yesterday), but I think you aren't supposed to merge the two branches (anyone please correct me if I'm wrong), because by doing so you essentially update your master branch
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:26
so after commiting changes in my branch_2, am I not supposed to merge it with local master?
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:27
I don't think so, try submitting your PR from branch_2 and see if it fixes your problem
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:47
I have a question of my own for anyone interested. As a warm-up I listed a few stop words for MHG. Since there currently exist no lemmatizers or stemmers I am aware of (I will, however, try to implement one myself), would it make sense to keep various verbal forms (sînen/sîn) instead of only the root?
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 21:59
@Sedictious How to do this? Could you please explain?
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 21:59
Do what?
Osho Agyeya
@osho-agyeya
Feb 15 2018 22:00
" try submitting your PR from branch_2 and see if it fixes your problem"
Chatziargyriou Eleftheria
@Sedictious
Feb 15 2018 22:05
I don't mean to be rude, but you can always re-read on git commands and come back again once you have a question