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Not-So-Little Women #182

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lizrush opened this Issue Nov 30, 2015 · 2 comments

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lizrush commented Nov 30, 2015

My book is based off of 14 novels & autobiographies written by female authors of 19th century United States.

It's just based off of a simple trigram model, then random text is generated into paragraphs of random length. I decided to leave chapter headings in my model so that I could have random chapters in the book. The only hand tweaking I did was turning any instance of "Chapter..." into a header.

Code: https://github.com/lizrush/NaNoGenMo2015
Book: http://lizrush.github.io/NaNoGenMo2015/
Blog post: coming soon!

My favorite thing about using texts from the 19th century was that sometimes you can't tell if the generated text is hard to read because it's generated and doesn't make much sense or because it sounds so old-timey:

I have said of human life when I saw the Ohio river, that you shall work.
Still, falsehood may be hearing you. She only 'spects something. Them curls may make a noise you shall not.

This was my first NaNoGenMo! It was super fun!

@lizrush lizrush changed the title from A novel based on 19th century female authors in the US to Not-So-Little Women Dec 1, 2015

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MichaelPaulukonis Dec 2, 2015

Welcome, and congratulations!

MichaelPaulukonis commented Dec 2, 2015

Welcome, and congratulations!

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lizrush Dec 8, 2015

And here's a blog post that I wrote about the tools I used in generating my book!

NaNoGenMo + Text Analysis with Algorithmia’s Natural Language Processing algorithms

lizrush commented Dec 8, 2015

And here's a blog post that I wrote about the tools I used in generating my book!

NaNoGenMo + Text Analysis with Algorithmia’s Natural Language Processing algorithms

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