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DframCy

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DframCy is a light-weight utility module to integrate Pandas Dataframe to spaCy's linguistic annotation and training tasks. DframCy provides clean APIs to convert spaCy's linguistic annotations, Matcher and PhraseMatcher information to Pandas dataframe, also supports training and evaluation of NLP pipeline from CSV/XLXS/XLS without any changes to spaCy's underlying APIs.

Getting Started

DframCy can be easily installed. Just need to the following:

Requirements

  • Python 3.6 or later
  • Pandas
  • spaCy >= 3.0.0

Also need to download spaCy's language model:

python -m spacy download en_core_web_sm

For more information refer to: Models & Languages

Installation:

This package can be installed from PyPi by running:

pip install dframcy

To build from source:

git clone https://github.com/yash1994/dframcy.git
cd dframcy
python setup.py install

Usage

Linguistic Annotations

Get linguistic annotation in the dataframe. For linguistic annotations (dataframe column names) refer to spaCy's Token API document.

import spacy
from dframcy import DframCy

nlp = spacy.load("en_core_web_sm")

dframcy = DframCy(nlp)
doc = dframcy.nlp(u"Apple is looking at buying U.K. startup for $1 billion")

# default columns: ["id", "text", "start", "end", "pos_", "tag_", "dep_", "head", "ent_type_"]
annotation_dataframe = dframcy.to_dataframe(doc)

# can also pass columns names (spaCy's linguistic annotation attributes)
annotation_dataframe = dframcy.to_dataframe(doc, columns=["text", "lemma_", "lower_", "is_punct"])

# for separate entity dataframe
token_annotation_dataframe, entity_dataframe = dframcy.to_dataframe(doc, separate_entity_dframe=True)

# custom attributes can also be included
from spacy.tokens import Token
fruit_getter = lambda token: token.text in ("apple", "pear", "banana")
Token.set_extension("is_fruit", getter=fruit_getter)
doc = dframcy.nlp(u"I have an apple")

annotation_dataframe = dframcy.to_dataframe(doc, custom_attributes=["is_fruit"])

Rule-Based Matching

# Token-based Matching
import spacy

nlp = spacy.load("en_core_web_sm")

from dframcy.matcher import DframCyMatcher, DframCyPhraseMatcher, DframCyDependencyMatcher
dframcy_matcher = DframCyMatcher(nlp)
pattern = [{"LOWER": "hello"}, {"IS_PUNCT": True}, {"LOWER": "world"}]
dframcy_matcher.add("HelloWorld", None, pattern)
doc = dframcy_matcher.nlp("Hello, world! Hello world!")
matches_dataframe = dframcy_matcher(doc)

# Phrase Matching
dframcy_phrase_matcher = DframCyPhraseMatcher(nlp)
terms = [u"Barack Obama", u"Angela Merkel",u"Washington, D.C."]
patterns = [dframcy_phrase_matcher.get_nlp().make_doc(text) for text in terms]
dframcy_phrase_matcher.add("TerminologyList", None, *patterns)
doc = dframcy_phrase_matcher.nlp(u"German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Barack Obama "
                                u"converse in the Oval Office inside the White House in Washington, D.C.")
phrase_matches_dataframe = dframcy_phrase_matcher(doc)

# Dependency Matching
dframcy_dependency_matcher = DframCyDependencyMatcher(nlp)
pattern = [{"RIGHT_ID": "founded_id", "RIGHT_ATTRS": {"ORTH": "founded"}}]
doc = dframcy_dependency_matcher.nlp(u"Bill Gates founded Microsoft. And Elon Musk founded SpaceX")
dependency_matches_dataframe = dframcy_dependency_matcher(doc)

Command Line Interface

Dframcy supports command-line arguments for the conversion of a plain text file to linguistically annotated text in CSV/JSON format. Previous versions of Dframcy were used to support CLI utilities for training and evaluation of spaCy models from CSV/XLS files. After the v3 release, spaCy's training pipeline has become much more flexible and robust so didn't want to introduce additional step using Dframcy for just format conversion (CSV/XLS to spaCy’s binary format).

# convert
dframcy dframe -i plain_text.txt -o annotations.csv -f csv

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