Questions and aswers related to FreeLing usage

remove entirely the use of "_" (underscore) from the tagging output

Submitted by kloro2006 on Thu, 11/10/2022 - 05:19

I would like to remove entirely the use of "_" (underscore) from the tagging output and have each word in the group tagged separately.

Here are some examples of what I mean, along with the sections of the original text:

LaMuerte.txt:A_el_poco_rato al_poco_rato RG 1 [Al poco rato empezaron a sentirse mal]

abanderado.txt:por_medio_de por_medio_de SP 1 [le señalan las faltas del juego por medio de banderas]

abajo.txt:En_dirección_a en_dirección_a SP 1 [En dirección a la parte más baja]

Error while compiling Example #1

Submitted by BenDiet on Sun, 08/14/2022 - 09:42

Hello everyone,

I'm a computer science student and working on a project, which involves
the usage of a NLP-tool like FreeLing. My question is probably based on a
easy to see mistake I made, but I can't solve it my self. So I was hoping
someone here could help me with that.

I'm currently trying to compile example 1 on my Linux system
and get the following error:

Dependency parser generated info after analysis

Submitted by Josenp1311 on Fri, 01/21/2022 - 10:23

Hello everyone.

I'm trying to replicate the dependency parsing results from the demo 4.2 on the Java 4.0 version, but I'm having some troubles doing so.

In the 4.2 demo, in the CONLL format, there are two new columns generated after selecting the dependency parsing, that's the information I'm looking for.

JRE Crashing when using Freeling

Submitted by Ayto on Mon, 08/16/2021 - 13:56

Hello everyone, hope you're well.

I am using the Freeling library for my Master's Degree thesis on Java, so using the JFreeling API.
Whilst it is working perfectly well on its own, I need to combine it with the ExtJWNL library to extract hyponyms and other semantic relationships.
Since introducing the JWNL library, a SIGSEGV error has been thrown at me every time:

Differences in dependenency parses across outlvs

Submitted by maniol on Mon, 05/31/2021 - 11:46

Hello, I've been observing some inconsistencies wrt dependecy parser. I obtain different dependency parses in "dep" output level and in "semgraph" output level with Freeling 4.2 and lstm dep parser.
Frase: "atm withdrawal five hundred dollars on june seventeenth"
--outlvl dep

"dependencies" : [
{"token" : "t1.2", "function" : "ROOT", "word" :"withdrawal", "children" : [
{"token" : "t1.1", "function" : "NMOD", "word" : "atm"},

Adding new named entities to Freeling

Submitted by UDL on Sat, 01/23/2021 - 01:23

I've been using Freeling for a while and it seems like a great project. What I have used it the most for is to work with named entities. Now I am interested in adding new entities to the recognition, so I wonder if someone here has already done this and could help me a little, I have been looking at the code and it is not as simple as using a corpus labeled with the new entities, you have to change various things in the scripts.

iOS (terminal): Library not loaded. Image not found

Submitted by Sebastià Salvà… on Fri, 10/30/2020 - 12:54

Dear all,

I have just installed FreeLing 4.2 in a MacBook (iOS Catalina) and the language pack.
I amb new on FreeLing and I am not very used to use Terminal.

I'd like to tag a text in Catalan. The file TXT (UTF 8) is in the Documents directory.

When I try some command, I'll get this: