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[java-nlp-user] PoS Tagger - faulty documentation and lemmatization

John Bauer horatio at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 13:30:11 PDT 2011


That option seems to have gone the way of the dodo.  I'll fix it in
the next week or two,

John

2011/4/18 Anze Sustar <anzesustar at hotmail.com>:
> Regards to everyone,
>
> I've spent quite a bit of time browsing through this mailing list's archives
> and was unable to find what I'm interested in. This certainly doesn't mean
> that I'm not re-posting the same old stuff, but to my best knowledge the
> answers to my questions aren't archived.
>
> I) I'm using the Stanford PoS Tagger with a project I'm working on for my
> bachelor thesis. I'm using it via command line so I got "intimate" with
> various flags. I've noticed that while the documentation at
> edu/stanford/nlp/tagger/maxent/MaxentTagger.html states that I should
> include the xmlOutput flag to get the output in the XML format, I actually
> have to use the "-outputFile output.xml -outputFormat xml" flags to actually
> get the output in the XML format.
>
> II) I've also discovered the existence of the "-outputFormatOptions
> lemmatize" flag. However, the resulting XML file is exactly the same whether
> I'm using this flag or not. Is there something I'm doing wrong? It would be
> so incredibly helpful if I was able to get the lemmas of individual words in
> the XML output. Is there a way to do that via command line?
>
> Thank you very much in advance,
>
> Anze
>
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