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Hi 👋

I’m Venkat(he/him). I’m a PhD student in Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in Computational Linguistics. I am currently studying Linguistic Intergroup Bias and Affective Polarization with Assistant Professor Jessy Li and Professor David Beaver.

I received my MS in Computational Linguistics from the University of Rochester, where I worked in the Formal and Computational Semantics Lab under Assistant Professor Aaron Steven White.

I love cooking, running, biking, building apps for Apple platforms, and the movies.


  1. DeTeXt Public

    iOS app that detects LaTeX symbols from drawings. Built using PencilKit, SwiftUI, Combine and CoreML for iOS 14(or greater) and macOS 11(or greater).

    Swift 63 4

  2. Dataset and code related to EMNLP 2020 paper 'Help! Need Advice on Identifying Advice'

    Jupyter Notebook 5 3

  3. Code and data for the paper 'Dimensions of Interpersonal Dynamics in Text: Group Membership and Fine-grained Interpersonal Emotion '

    Jupyter Notebook 1

  4. PredPatt: Predicate-Argument Extraction from Universal Dependencies

    Python 108 22

  5. T-CorEx Public

    Forked from hrayrhar/T-CorEx

    Implementation of linear CorEx and temporal CorEx.


  6. Nuance Public

    Code for generating figures I use in my blog post about nuance

    Jupyter Notebook

210 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to venkatasg/DeTeXt, venkatasg/CV-Resume, venkatasg/DeTeXt-Supplementary and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

October 2022

4 contributions in private repositories Oct 3 – Oct 4

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