pythonrouge - Python wrapper for evaluating summarization quality by ROUGE package

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This is the python wrapper to use ROUGE, summarization evaluation toolkit. In this implementation, you can evaluate various types of ROUGE metrics. You can evaluate your system summaries with reference summaries right now. It's not necessary to make an xml file as in the general ROUGE package. However, you can evaluate ROUGE scores in a standard way if you saved system summaries and reference summaries in specific directories. In the document summarization research, recall or F-measure of ROUGE metrics is used in most cases. So you can choose either recall or F-measure or both of these of ROUGE evaluation result for convenience.

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