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import logging, sys, pprint
logging.basicConfig(stream=sys.stdout, level=logging.INFO)
### Generating a training/background corpus
from gensim.corpora import TextCorpus, MmCorpus, Dictionary
# Provide a filename or a file-like object as input and TextCorpus will be automatically initialized with a
# dictionary in `self.dictionary`and will support the `iter` corpus method. For other kinds of corpora, you only
# need to override `get_texts` and provide your own implementation..
background_corpus = TextCorpus(input=YOUR_CORPUS)"my_dict.dict") # Important -- save the dictionary generated by the corpus, or future operations will not be able to map results back to original words.
MmCorpus.serialize("", background_corpus) # Uses numpy to persist wiki corpus in Matrix Market format. File will be several GBs.
### Generating a large training/background corpus using Wikipedia
from gensim.corpora import WikiCorpus, wikicorpus
articles = "enwiki-latest-pages-articles.xml.bz2" # available from
wiki_corpus = WikiCorpus(articles) # This will take many hours! Output is Wikipedia in bucket-of-words (BOW) sparse matrix."wiki_dict.dict")
MmCorpus.serialize("", wiki_corpus) # File will be several GBs.
### Working with persisted corpus and dictionary
bow_corpus = MmCorpus("") # Revive a corpus
dictionary = Dictionary.load("wiki_dict.dict") # Load a dictionary
### Transformations among vector spaces
from gensim.models import LsiModel, LogEntropyModel
logent_transformation = LogEntropyModel(wiki_corpus, id2word=dictionary) # Log Entropy weights frequencies of all document features in the corpus
tokenize_func = wikicorpus.tokenize # The tokenizer used to create the Wikipedia corpus
document = "Some text to be transformed."
bow_document = dictionary.doc2bow(tokenize_func(document)) # First, tokenize document using the same tokenization as was used on the background corpus, and then convert it to BOW representation using the dictionary created when generating the background corpus.
logent_document = logent_transformation[[bow_document]] # converts a single document to log entropy representation. document must be in the same vector space as corpus.
documents = ["Some iterable", "containing multiple", "documents", "..."]
bow_documents = (dictionary.doc2bow(tokenize_func(document)) for document in documents) # use a generator expression because...
logent_documents = logent_transformation[bow_documents] # ...transformation is done during iteration of documents using generators, so this uses constant memory
### Chained transformations
logent_corpus = MmCorpus(corpus=logent_transformation[bow_corpus], id2word=dictionary) # builds corpus from iterating over documents of bow_corpus as transformed to log entropy representation. Will also take many hours with Wikipedia corpus.
lsi_transformation = LsiModel(corpus=logent_corpus, id2word=dictionary, num_features=400) # creates LSI transformation model from log entropy corpus representation. Takes several hours with Wikipedia corpus.
lsi_transformation = LsiModel(corpus=logent_transformation[bow_corpus], id2word=dictionary, num_features=400) # Performs same operation as above, but with implicit chaining
# Can persist transformation models, too."logent.model")"lsi.model")
### Similarities (the best part)
from gensim.similarities import Similarity
documents = ["A bear walked in the dark forest.",
"Tall trees have many more leaves than short bushes.",
"A starship may someday travel across vast reaches of space to other stars.",
"Difference is the concept of how two or more entities are not the same."]
# A corpus can be anything, as long as iterating over it produces a representation of the corpus documents as vectors.
corpus = (dictionary.doc2bow(tokenize_func(document)) for document in documents)
index = Similarity(corpus=lsi_transformation[logent_transformation[corpus]], num_features=400, output_prefix="shard")
print "Index corpus:"
print "Similarities of index corpus documents to one another:"
pprint.pprint([s for s in index])
query = "In the face of ambiguity, refuse the temptation to guess."
sims_to_query = index[lsi_transformation[logent_transformation[dictionary.doc2bow(tokenize_func(query))]]]
print "Similarities of index corpus documents to '%s'" % query
best_score = max(sims_to_query)
index = sims_to_query.tolist().index(best_score)
most_similar_doc = documents[index]
print "The document most similar to the query is '%s' with a score of %.2f." % (most_similar_doc, best_score)