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6 weeks ago
tassieTom
Thank you very much Philippe. Regards, Tom
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6 weeks ago
tassieTom
Hi Phillipe I have read your papers on authorship attribution. I am interested in the output of TKS -- how you rank the most likely candidate. It seems you are using a script or customised software to apply the output of TKS to create percentages, discard most common sequences and rank the most likely candidates. Is this script/program available or is it propriety? I have output TKS from 8
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6 weeks ago
tassieTom
Hi Philippe, Here is the basic version of a BAT file that will process multiple .text files with TKS in a folder. For simplicity there is no directory checking, so SMPF and the .text files need to be in the same folder. for %%f in (*.text) do ( echo %%~nf java -jar spmf.jar run TKS "%%~nf.text" "%%~nfOutput.txt" 50 1 4 "" 1 0 ) That's it! Hope it
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6 weeks ago
tassieTom
Thanks for your response, Philippe. You gave me a clue by mentioning a Bat file for windows. I did a bit of research and managed to get one running which will process all the files in a folder. It works like a charm! Thanks again.
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7 weeks ago
tassieTom
Good morning, I am experimenting with skipgrams and TKS. The results are very impressive in text files that I am using. I am wondering if it is possible to batch process a whole folder of txt files instead of entering the input files one at at time in SPMF. Many thanks, Tom
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