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pymlask 0.2.4

Emotion analyzer for Japanese

pymlask

pymlask is a Python version of ML-Ask (eMotive eLement and Expression Analysis system)

For details about ML-Ask, See http://arakilab.media.eng.hokudai.ac.jp/~ptaszynski/repository/mlask.htm

See also http://qiita.com/yukinoi/items/ef6fb48b5e3694e9659c (in Japanese)

Contributions are welcome!

Installation

pip install pymlask

Example

from mlask import MLAsk
emotion_analyzer = MLAsk()
emotion_analyzer.analyze('彼のことは嫌いではない!(;´Д`)')
# => {'text': '彼のことは嫌いではない!(;´Д`)',
#     'emotion': defaultdict(<class 'list'>,{'yorokobi': ['嫌い*CVS'], 'suki': ['嫌い*CVS'], 'iya': ['嫌']}),
#     'orientation': 'mostly_POSITIVE',
#     'activation': 'ACTIVE',
#     'emoticon': ['(;´Д`)'],
#     'intension': 2,
#     'intensifier': {'exclamation': ['!'], 'emotikony': ['´Д`', 'Д`', '´Д', '(;´Д`)']},
#     'representative': ('yorokobi', ['嫌い*CVS'])
#     }

LICENSE

The BSD 3-Clause License

CHANGES

0.2.4 (2017-03-01)

  • Fix many bugs
  • Add some emotional words
  • Delete invalid words
  • Correct typo

0.2.1 (2017-02-23)

  • Add 67 emotional words

0.2 (2017-02-22)

  • Support Python 2.X
  • Add 52 emotional words
  • Fix bug

0.1.1 (2017-02-15)

  • Delete debug print (thanks @ssirai)

0.1 (2017-02-10)

  • First release.
 
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