pytrec_eval - pytrec_eval is an Information Retrieval evaluation tool for Python, based on the popular trec_eval

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pytrec_eval is a Python interface to TREC's evaluation tool, trec_eval. It is an attempt to stop the cultivation of custom implementations of Information Retrieval evaluation measures for the Python programming language. The module was developed using Python 3.5. You need a Python distribution that comes with development headers. In addition to the default Python modules, numpy and scipy are required.

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