Questions and aswers related to FreeLing usage

bash vs. java socket client

Submitted by flopezbello on Sat, 04/08/2017 - 16:41

Hello Lluis. I'm working on an integration between KNIME and Freeling. I believe this one can be a powerful combination, and look forward to make them talk as smoothly as possible.

As such, I've been trying a couple of approaches on a first stage which I would like to comment. I will really appreciate your feedback:

Basic NER Ignore list

Submitted by lgarcias on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 09:31

I am using the basic NER module in Spanish and I have added some words to the Ignore list followed by 0/1 as specified in the user manual. Still when running it this list is being ignored by the program and the items in them appear tagged as NEs.
I have specified in the .cfg that I am using the basic NER. I have also tried both putting a space or a tab between the words and the 0/1 in case that was the problem (it is not specified in the manual), but it is still not working.
Has anybody else had this problem? What can I be doing wrong?

Thank you in advance.

galician tagset

Submitted by noemivarela1 on Tue, 01/10/2017 - 12:20


I'm ussing the FreeLing 4.0 for the galician language.

If we analyze the sentence:

Cando varrín contigo, xa varrera a escaleira e varría durmido

we observe that there is no explanation for the second M in the tag for the varrera verb.

6 varrera varrer VMIM1S0 VMI pos=verb|type=main|mood=indicative|person=1|num=singular - - - - - - -

found_in_dict VS is_analized_by and get_analyzed_by

Submitted by mmineo on Fri, 12/30/2016 - 20:15


I was using an old version of Freeling and I was using found_in_dict, now I updated to the latest version and I realized that this method does not exists anymore and it was replaced by is_analyzed_by and get_analyzed_by.

I'm using Freeling from Java, so the name methods are a little bit different.

My question is, how can I know now if a word is present in the dictionary?
I couldn't find anything in the documentation.

Thanks in advance.

Semantic Graph

Submitted by aryaajit on Thu, 12/15/2016 - 05:14

What is Semantic graph what is all about when i am using online Demostration version we find the last feature is semantic graph i would like to know what is really semantic graph.

we know that there are many option for analysis like Morphology analysis, pos tagging, shallow parsing, full parsing, dependency parsing, coreference, and semantic graph

Semeval 2010 evaluation

Submitted by Josu on Tue, 10/04/2016 - 17:36

I'm trying to evaluate the coreference module with the Semeval 2010 coreference corpus and I'm getting wrong low results.

MUC results as example:

====== TOTALS =======
Identification of Mentions: Recall: (1451 / 14133) 10.26% Precision: (1451 / 2657) 54.61% F1: 17.28%
Coreference: Recall: (544 / 5344) 10.17% Precision: (544 / 1676) 32.45% F1: 15.49%