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kevinger / SpacialHubbery / 0.2.1

SpacialHubbery

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Getting reacquainted, trying spacy too
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API Calls - 282 Avg call duration - 1.05sec
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Run an example

Input
Output
{
  "entities": [
    "Tou Thao",
    "J. Alexander Kueng",
    "Thomas Lane",
    "Minnesota",
    "Minnesota",
    "PowerPoint"
  ],
  "tokens": [
    "federal",
    "trial",
    "tou",
    "thao",
    "j.",
    "alexander",
    "kueng",
    "thomas",
    "lane",
    "minnesota",
    "month",
    "be",
    "rare",
    "attempt",
    "hold",
    "officer",
    "account",
    "issue",
    "duty",
    "stop",
    "fellow",
    "officer",
    "who",
    "be",
    "engage",
    "misconduct",
    "have",
    "long",
    "be",
    "embed",
    "many",
    "department",
    "policy",
    "uphold",
    "court",
    "defendant",
    "minnesota",
    "argue",
    "training",
    "be",
    "little",
    "more",
    "word",
    "powerpoint"
  ]
}

Install and use

Install

Install the Algorithmia CLI client by running:

curl -sSLf https://algorithmia.com/install.sh | sh

Then authenticate by running:


          $ algo auth
# When prompted for api endpoint, hit enter
# When prompted for API key, enter your key: YOUR_API_KEY
      
CLI install docs

Use



    algo run kevinger/SpacialHubbery/0.2.1 -d '"The federal trial of Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane in Minnesota this month was one of the rare attempts to hold officers to account over the issue. The duty to stop a fellow officer who is engaging in misconduct has long been embedded in many department policies and upheld by the courts, but the defendants in Minnesota argued that during their training it was “little more than a word on a PowerPoint.”"' --timeout 300
  
CLI docs