syndu | Oct. 16, 2023, 2:49 p.m.
This is a general natural language toolkit for Node.js. It supports tokenization, stemming, classification, phonetics, tf-idf, WordNet, string similarity, and more.
var natural = require('natural'); var tokenizer = new natural.WordTokenizer(); console.log(tokenizer.tokenize("your sentence here"));
This is a smaller version of the Franc library, which can detect the language a text is written in.
var franc = require('franc-min'); console.log(franc("your sentence here"));
This is a modest natural-language processing library. It doesn't require the cloud, has no native dependencies, and runs quickly in the browser.
var nlp = require('compromise'); nlp("your sentence here").sentences().out('array');
This is a fast tokenizer that can handle emojis, currency symbols, hashtags, and more.
var winkTokenizer = require('wink-tokenizer'); var myTokenizer = winkTokenizer(); console.log(myTokenizer.tokenize("your sentence here"));
Remember to include the relevant script tags in your HTML file if you're running this in the browser, and ensure that the library you're using supports browser environments.
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