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4 replies Latest Post - ‏2013-02-12T23:28:00Z by ramiya
aronsok
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Pinned topic pre-built extractors for InfoSphere Streams text toolkit

‏2013-02-05T22:20:39Z |
Where can I find the pre-built extractors for the Streams v3 Text Toolkit?

Have new pre-built extractors been added to Streams v3?

Thanks.
  • Kevin_Foster
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    Re: pre-built extractors for InfoSphere Streams text toolkit

    ‏2013-02-07T01:39:22Z  in response to aronsok
    I found this page and this other page that might help.

    -Kevin
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    Re: pre-built extractors for InfoSphere Streams text toolkit

    ‏2013-02-07T01:45:00Z  in response to aronsok
    Hmm, oddly those links that I gave don't work from my regular Firefox browser but do work from IE.

    I'm lacking any relevant theory, so will go with "your mileage may vary"...

    -Kevin
  • aronsok
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    Re: pre-built extractors for InfoSphere Streams text toolkit

    ‏2013-02-12T21:42:28Z  in response to aronsok
    FYI, I was told that there are no pre-built extractors shipped with the Streams Text Toolkit. The pre-built extractors for text processing are only shipped with BigInsights.
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      Re: pre-built extractors for InfoSphere Streams text toolkit

      ‏2013-02-12T23:28:00Z  in response to aronsok
      Weird that the plan is to remove the old text toolkit with the prebuilt annotators in the future release. I have just recently installed V3.0 - haven't checked the text toolkit yet. But you can check the text toolkit folder/samples folder in the installation directory "InfoSphereStreams" for the prebuilt AOG file. (something with the name - serverSideFinancialNE.aog)

      But since it is deprecated - you might still be able to use it.

      -Ramiya