Tamilpesu.us updated on Aug 8th. This brings all bug fixes of the development in Open-Tamil from March 2018 to present, and new functionality via Tamil text summarizer. This works on text analysis of essay input to split into sentences and words, and forms a correlation matrix to develop a score based off that we pull sentences from text into final summary. Give it a try http://tamilpesu.us/
Text summarizer output of the article from The Hindu Tamil newspaper. Its quite relevant summary in this case, providing an agreeable output.
Unfortunately we are not able to put the Tamil word classifier [using SciKit Learn and Python] online since currently the Python/Django dependency on AWS machine is incompatible; wait for that in future or try it out by yourself.
Thanks to all our contributors, as always to keep this volunteer work going.
Kovai – Coimbatore, India – also known as Manchester of India, and various monickers for its beautiful weather, Tamil dialect, and cool weather at foothills of the Nilgiris-Ooty mountain range and clear waters from Sravani river, it is a microcosm of all that is nice and beautiful in முல்லை Tamilnadu.
Our team of fearless open-source enthusiasts añd contributing developers of open-tamil project, Shrinivasan and our newest contributor this year Syed Abuthahir made an impressive presentation at the conference, and gained new clients for the open-tamil library demonstrating the prowess of various tools, particularly from the web-interface http://tamilpesu.us
Growth and evolution of Open-Tamil – presented at TNAU, Coimbatore. Full slides here
Syed has gladly shared the presentation with me, and I put it up on slideshare for all of us to read/comment. Thanks to all earnest contributions of time, effort, code and thought towards this project over the years!