node-summary - Node module that summarizes text using a naive summarization algorithm

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Summarizes text using a naive summarization algorithm, based off of the Python implementation by shlomibabluki. And now with UTF8 support, thanks to xissy.

http://jbrooksuk.github.io/node-summary/
https://github.com/jbrooksuk/node-summary

Dependencies:

babel-core : ^6.24.0
babel-preset-es2015 : ^6.24.0
cheerio : ^0.22.0
html-to-text : ^3.2.0
lodash : ^4.17.4
request : ^2.81.0
sbd : ^1.0.12

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