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README.md

go-jellyfish

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go-jellyfish is a Go library for approximate and phonetic matches of strings.

go-jellyfish is based on the C/Python version of jellyfish.

Written by James Turk james.p.turk@gmail.com and released under a BSD-style license. (See LICENSE for details.)

Porter Stemmer implementation based upon Alex Gonopolskiy's go-stem, with permission.

Requirements

Tests require Go >= 1.4

Included Algorithms

String comparison:

  • Levenshtein Distance
  • Damerau-Levenshtein Distance
  • Jaro Distance
  • Jaro-Winkler Distance
  • Match Rating Approach Comparison
  • Hamming Distance

Phonetic encoding:

  • American Soundex
  • Metaphone
  • NYSIIS (New York State Identification and Intelligence System)
  • Match Rating Codex