PyTorch-NLP - Supporting Rapid Prototyping with a Toolkit (incl. Datasets and Neural Network Layers)

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PyTorch-NLP, or torchnlp for short, is a library of neural network layers, text processing modules and datasets designed to accelerate Natural Language Processing (NLP) research. Join our community, add datasets and neural network layers! Chat with us on Gitter and join the Google Group, we're eager to collaborate with you.



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