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A toolbox for your React Native app localization. This project was known as react-native-languages and has been renamed to reflect new APIs possibilities. Find more informations about this change here.
NLP-Models-Tensorflow, Gathers machine learning and tensorflow deep learning models for NLP problems, code simplify inside Jupyter Notebooks 100%. I will attached github repositories for models that I not implemented from scratch, basically I copy, paste and fix those code for deprecated issues.
Guesslang detects the programming language of a given source code. It supports more than 50 programming languages and detects the correct programming language with more than 90% accuracy. It is based on Tensorflow machine learning framework that have been trained with over a million source code files.
Language detection for Android: Given a string of text, identify what language the text is written in. This project is a fork of an excellent Java language detection library (language-detection) written by Nakatani Shuyo. The original git version control history and commit messages are retained in this project.
Google translate shell, Google translate command-line, command-line translator Google Translate, Linux, easy to use, fast and comfortable. Command-line google translate, quick translate, very simple scripts, scripts for assess Google Translate, Google Translate CLI.
File programming language detector and toolbox to ignore binary or vendored files. enry, started as a port to Go of the original linguist Ruby library, that has an improved 2x performance. this will generate a binary in the project's root directory called enry. You can then move this binary to anywhere in your PATH.
This golang library provides functionality to analyze and recognize language based on text. A language profile is a map[string] intthat maps n-gram tokens to its occurrency-rank. So for the most frequent token 'X' of the analyzed text, map['X'] will be 1.