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The PAN website.
The downloads directory for the pan.webis.de web page.
In this work, we present our approach for the Author Profiling task of PAN 2019. The task is divided into two sub-problems, bot, and gender detection, for two different languages: English and Spanish.
Code used for evaluation and baselines in the PAN shared tasks.
Bots and Gender Profiling task implementation
Cross-domain authorship attribution in fan-fictional forms of literature.
PAN CLEF Style Change Detection Challenge Solution
CLEF 19 Author Profiling Using Stylometry approach
Python project to create a classifier to guess if a Twitter account is a man, a woman or a bot.
The best-performing team in textual classification at the PAN 2018 Author Profiling shared task—Gender identification in Twitter
A Parallel Hierarchical Attention Network for Style Change Detection
Gender detection in Twitter@Author Profiling at PAN2018
Code for the PAN shared task contest 2018
The software that is described in "Gender Prediction From Tweets With Convolutional Neural Networks" for PAN 2018
Author Profiling: Gender Identification in Twitter
PAN18 Authorship Identification Challenge
PAN18 Style Change Detection Challenge
Author Profiling Challenge of the PAN @ CLEF 2018
MicroTC is a text classifier with a minimalistic approach
Code for the competition of PAN (2017) mentioned in the paper
PAN 2017 code of team kocher17
Automatic Author Profiler for PAN2016
An author identification system based on recur