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venkatasg/README.md

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, building apps for Apple platforms, and the movies.

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  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 59 3

  2. Nuance Public

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

    Jupyter Notebook

  3. Term Paper for PHL394K 'Philosophy of Language' - UT Austin Fall 2020

    Jupyter Notebook

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

    Jupyter Notebook 5 3

  5. PredPatt: Predicate-Argument Extraction from Universal Dependencies

    Python 104 23

  6. T-CorEx Public

    Forked from hrayrhar/T-CorEx

    Implementation of linear CorEx and temporal CorEx.

    Python

239 contributions in the last year

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Contributed to venkatasg/DeTeXt, venkatasg/texmf, venkatasg/DeTeXt-Supplementary and 4 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository
8 contributions in private repositories May 1 – May 12

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