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INTRODUCTION Autocorpus is a set of utilities that enable automatic extraction of language corpora and language models from publicly available datasets. For example, it provides the full set of tools to translate the entire English Wikipedia from a 30+GB XML file to a clean n-gram language model, all in a matter of a few hours. BUILDING Before building autocorpus, make sure you have the required dependencies. These are: - Python 2.7.1+ - g++ 4.6.1 - libpcre3-dev - libboost-dev 1.46 - libboost-thread-dev 1.46 Older versions *might* work, but have not been tested. Once you've verified that you have the prerequisites, build autocorpus by calling make: $ make The binaries will be placed in the 'bin' directory. INSTALLING To install Autocorpus, build it first using the instructions in the previous section, then type "make install". Note that you need to be root for the installation to succeed, which on most desktop Linux distributions means you need to run "sudo make install". USING AUTOCORPUS Assuming you have properly installed the documentation from the 'man' directory, you can get a quick overview of how to use Autocorpus by typing: $ man 7 autocorpus This manpage can also be viewed at http://mpacula.com/autocorpus/1.0/man/autocorpus.7.html Man pages are also available for individual tools, both locally and online at http://mpacula.com/autocorpus/1.0/man PROJECT WEBSITE The project's website is http://mpacula.com/autocorpus. Use it to download new releases and submit bug reports. AUTHOR & LICENSING Autocorpus was written by Maciej Pacula (email@example.com) and is distributed as free software under the terms of the AGPL v3 license. See the file COPYING for details. If you would like to incorporate one or more Autocorpus tools in proprietary product, please contact the author and inquire about a commercial license. Wikipedia-based corpora are distributed under the "Creative Commons Attribution - ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License". The full text of this license can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:CC-BY-SA