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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-09-23T14:15:59Z by MartaMazur
NC5X_ASUMAN_TUGÇE_DENIZ
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Pinned topic English Assets for different industries, banking, gov. telco etc

‏2013-09-20T11:36:45Z |

Hi everyone.

I'm looking for our English language assets such as parsing rules, character rules and possible dictionary tables for different industries to translate them into Turkish and have those assets in Turkish as well. We are specifically in need of creating useful banking assets and samples. Industry know-how is hard to find and they are hard to start from scratch. 

If it exists any link or sample is appreciated.

Thanks.

  • MartaMazur
    MartaMazur
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    Re: English Assets for different industries, banking, gov. telco etc

    ‏2013-09-20T12:11:32Z  

    Hi Asuman,

    You may want to check if there is anything useful for you in Text Analytics Cataloge, for example Finance section: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/36db6433-2f12-4533-9c68-489067780bfd/entry/overview3?lang=en

    Thanks,
    Marta

  • NC5X_ASUMAN_TUGÇE_DENIZ
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    Re: English Assets for different industries, banking, gov. telco etc

    ‏2013-09-20T15:19:52Z  

    Hi Asuman,

    You may want to check if there is anything useful for you in Text Analytics Cataloge, for example Finance section: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/36db6433-2f12-4533-9c68-489067780bfd/entry/overview3?lang=en

    Thanks,
    Marta

    Hi Marta,

    We have checked those. Since those are binaries for dictionaries I am unable to see what is inside of them. I need to see the resources for them so that I can translate them into Turkish. Dictionary databases, parsing and character rules.

    Thanks.

  • Amine_Akrout
    Amine_Akrout
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    Re: English Assets for different industries, banking, gov. telco etc

    ‏2013-09-23T13:30:45Z  

    Hi Marta,

    We have checked those. Since those are binaries for dictionaries I am unable to see what is inside of them. I need to see the resources for them so that I can translate them into Turkish. Dictionary databases, parsing and character rules.

    Thanks.

    Hi Asuman/Marta,

    If I remember well, the Text Analytics catalog also provide the CSV files of the source data. Please check the installation folder of the resources.

    Another resource is the Demonstrator workspace which is shipped with ICA Studio (when you install it, it gives you some dictionaries).. Unfortunately, some of the resources are only provided in their binary format only, but you can ping me and I can provide you with the source data.

     

  • MartaMazur
    MartaMazur
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    Re: English Assets for different industries, banking, gov. telco etc

    ‏2013-09-23T14:15:59Z  

    Hi Asuman/Marta,

    If I remember well, the Text Analytics catalog also provide the CSV files of the source data. Please check the installation folder of the resources.

    Another resource is the Demonstrator workspace which is shipped with ICA Studio (when you install it, it gives you some dictionaries).. Unfortunately, some of the resources are only provided in their binary format only, but you can ping me and I can provide you with the source data.

     

    Hi Amine/Asuman,

     That's true, if you extract downloaded pear you can see .csv file in 'src' folder. Another way of doing this is deploying a given text analytics to Studio (see Text Analytics Catalog Plugin user guide for instructions) and then after deployment you can find .dic file which is located under 'your deployment'\Pear Construct\recources\dictionary\'your language'. Double click on a .dic file and in the Words tab you will see a list of entries in a dictionary.