pycdec is a Python interface to cdec
Build and install pycdec:
python setup.py install
Compile a parallel corpus and a word alignment into a suffix array representation:
python -m cdec.sa.compile -f f.txt -e e.txt -a a.txt -o output/ -c extract.ini
Or, if your parallel corpus is in a single-file format (with source and target sentences on a single line, separated by a triple pipe
python -m cdec.sa.compile -b f-e.txt -a a.txt -o output/ -c extract.ini
Extract grammar rules from the compiled corpus:
cat input.txt | python -m cdec.sa.extract -c extract.ini -g grammars/
This will create per-sentence grammar files in the
grammars directory and output annotated input suitable for translation with cdec.
A basic demo of pycdec's features is available in
More documentation will come as the API becomes stable.
pycdec was contributed by Victor Chahuneau