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HTML tag stopwords #78

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moltude opened this Issue Aug 2, 2013 · 7 comments

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moltude commented Aug 2, 2013

Site accepts html but only searches for tags. They need to be in the stopwords file or someway of recognizing these tags and ignoring them

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rlskoeser Aug 3, 2013

better approach: attempt to recognize html/xml and load with something like beautifulsoup to get text-only content

  • would be interesting to try with ead/tei

rlskoeser commented Aug 3, 2013

better approach: attempt to recognize html/xml and load with something like beautifulsoup to get text-only content

  • would be interesting to try with ead/tei
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Ah ha! Python libraries that do what needs to be done // still learning

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moltude commented Aug 3, 2013

Ah ha! Python libraries that do what needs to be done // still learning

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@moltude do you have the test notes from when you and @amrys were trying out her RefWorks (? might have been EndNote etc) to use as a reference for this?

And any TEI examples would be useful too.

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mialondon commented Oct 18, 2013

@moltude do you have the test notes from when you and @amrys were trying out her RefWorks (? might have been EndNote etc) to use as a reference for this?

And any TEI examples would be useful too.

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I'm attaching the screenshot of what happened when I initially gave the
machine my BibTeX library, if that helps.

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RefWorks (? might have been EndNote etc) to use as a reference for this?

And any TEI examples would be useful too.


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amrys commented Oct 21, 2013

I'm attaching the screenshot of what happened when I initially gave the
machine my BibTeX library, if that helps.

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@moltude https://github.com/moltude do you have the test notes from
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RefWorks (? might have been EndNote etc) to use as a reference for this?

And any TEI examples would be useful too.


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@amrys I'm not seeing a screenshot. You might have to use the GitHub web interface (not sure if you can add attachments via email).

rlskoeser commented Oct 23, 2013

@amrys I'm not seeing a screenshot. You might have to use the GitHub web interface (not sure if you can add attachments via email).

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Roger that. I will try to remember my GitHub login after I take care of
lecture tomorrow.

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@amrys https://github.com/amrys I'm not seeing a screenshot. You might
have to use the GitHub web interface (not sure if you can add attachments
via email).


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amrys commented Oct 23, 2013

Roger that. I will try to remember my GitHub login after I take care of
lecture tomorrow.

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notifications@github.com> wrote:

@amrys https://github.com/amrys I'm not seeing a screenshot. You might
have to use the GitHub web interface (not sure if you can add attachments
via email).


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Hi folks,

Sorry for the delay -- finally got around to sorting out my GitHub password (something that apparently feel straight out of my brain when I was in Finland). I've attached the image here.

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bibtex-problems

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amrys commented Oct 30, 2013

Hi folks,

Sorry for the delay -- finally got around to sorting out my GitHub password (something that apparently feel straight out of my brain when I was in Finland). I've attached the image here.

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bibtex-problems

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