Input data

The Grew command line interface can be used with two different ways to describe the input linguistic data:

The table below shown which are the modes compatible with each subcommand.

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Mono ✅ (🆕 in 1.10)
Multi ✅ (🆕 in 1.10)

The Multi mode is also use in Grew-match to describe the set of corpora on which one can request.

The Mono mode

The Mono mode corresponds the following arguments on the command line:

The Multi mode

The Mono mode is used when the command line argument contains a sequence of arguments -i <file>.json with JSON files following the JSON description of a set of corpora below.

JSON description of a set of corpora

Set of corpora are used both for the Grew-match online tool and for Grew.

A JSON file is used to describe the set. Each corpus is described by:

For instance, the file en_fr_zh.json 🔗 describes 3 corpora from UD 2.11 (of course, directories should be modified to match your local installation).

{ "corpora": [
  { "id": "UD_English-EWT@2.11",
    "directory": "/Users/guillaum/resources/ud-treebanks-v2.11/UD_English-EWT/",
    "files": ["en_ewt-ud-dev.conllu", "en_ewt-ud-test.conllu", "en_ewt-ud-train.conllu"]
  { "id": "UD_French-Sequoia@2.11",
    "directory": "/Users/guillaum/resources/ud-treebanks-v2.11/UD_French-Sequoia/"
  { "id": "UD_Chinese-GSD@2.11",
    "directory": "/Users/guillaum/resources/ud-treebanks-v2.11/UD_Chinese-GSD/"
  } ]

NB: A few other fields are used for the description of corpora used in the Grew-match. See here for examples of the JSON files used in different instances of Grew-match.