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Merge pull request #1 from seanf/patch-1
Fix minor problems in quick-start
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mjpost committed May 12, 2015
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The quickest way to use Joshua is to download a
[pre-built model](/6.0/models.html) and use them to start translating data.
[pre-built model](/language-packs/) and use them to start translating data.

Building your own models takes a bit more work, and requires you to
supply parallel data that the models can be trained from. Information
about how to do this can be found in [the pipeline documentation](/6.0/pipeline.html).

Our pipeline.html">pipeline script</a> is the quickest way to get started. For example, to
Our <a href="pipeline.html">pipeline script</a> is the quickest way to get started. For example, to
train and test a complete model translating from Bengali to English:

First, download the Indian languages data:

curl -#L https://github.com/joshua-decoder/indian-parallel-corpora/tarball/master > indian-languages.tgz
tar xf indian-languages.tgz
ln -s joshua-decoder-indian-parallel-corpora-b71d31a input
curl -#L https://github.com/joshua-decoder/indian-parallel-corpora/tarball/master > indian-languages.tgz
tar xf indian-languages.tgz
ln -s joshua-decoder-indian-parallel-corpora-* input

Then, train and test a model

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