Jellyfish is a python library for doing approximate and phonetic matching of strings.
Written by James Turk <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Michael Stephens.
See https://github.com/jamesturk/jellyfish/graphs/contributors for contributors.
See http://jellyfish.readthedocs.io for documentation.
Source is available at http://github.com/jamesturk/jellyfish.
Jellyfish >= 0.7 only supports Python 3, if you need Python 2 please use 0.6.x.
- Levenshtein Distance
- Damerau-Levenshtein Distance
- Jaro Distance
- Jaro-Winkler Distance
- Match Rating Approach Comparison
- Hamming Distance
- American Soundex
- NYSIIS (New York State Identification and Intelligence System)
- Match Rating Codex
>>> import jellyfish >>> jellyfish.levenshtein_distance(u'jellyfish', u'smellyfish') 2 >>> jellyfish.jaro_distance(u'jellyfish', u'smellyfish') 0.89629629629629637 >>> jellyfish.damerau_levenshtein_distance(u'jellyfish', u'jellyfihs') 1
>>> jellyfish.metaphone(u'Jellyfish') 'JLFX' >>> jellyfish.soundex(u'Jellyfish') 'J412' >>> jellyfish.nysiis(u'Jellyfish') 'JALYF' >>> jellyfish.match_rating_codex(u'Jellyfish') 'JLLFSH'
If you are interested in contributing to Jellyfish, you may want to run tests locally. Jellyfish uses tox to run tests, which you can setup and run as follows:
pip install tox # cd jellyfish/ tox