getting result after grammar correction from gingerit

getting result after grammar correction from gingerit

By : user2955042
Date : November 22 2020, 10:33 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , for grammar correction in my python app, I am using gingerit-0.5.4 . this is one of best module for spell and grammar correction. but i did not know how to get result of sentence from parser.parse() after correction. , You need result key from parser.parse returned dict. Try:
code :
print parser.parse(text)['result']

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Turn off grammar correction in a contenteditable div in FireFox

Turn off grammar correction in a contenteditable div in FireFox

By : Brendan Regan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you There is no grammar-checking native to Firefox. Given that every word is being marked as incorrect, it is possible that you have the wrong language selected.
To verify that you have the correct language selected for Firefox's dictionary: When typing in an editable field, right-click the input area. From the context menu, there is an option Languages. Ensure the expected language is selected.
Xtext Grammar mixins result in Guice injection error

Xtext Grammar mixins result in Guice injection error

By : Indeleble
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue You have to make sure that your sublanguage also invokes the standalone setup of your super language. Usually this is generated in the DocumentationGrammarStandaloneSetupGenerated class, but please make sure that this was properly setup by Xtext. In the end, there should be something like
code :
if (!Resource.Factory.Registry.INSTANCE.getExtensionToFactoryMap().containsKey("xtextbin"))
                "xtextbin", new BinaryGrammarResourceFactoryImpl());
Grammar rule extraction from parsed result

Grammar rule extraction from parsed result

By : Taz Singh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue First to navigate a tree, see How to iterate through all nodes of a tree? and How to navigate a nltk.tree.Tree? :
code :
>>> from nltk.tree import Tree
>>> bracket_parse = "(S (VP (VB get) (NP (PRP me)) (ADVP (RB now))))"
>>> ptree = Tree.fromstring(bracket_parse)
>>> ptree
Tree('S', [Tree('VP', [Tree('VB', ['get']), Tree('NP', [Tree('PRP', ['me'])]), Tree('ADVP', [Tree('RB', ['now'])])])])
>>> for subtree in ptree.subtrees():
...     print subtree
(S (VP (VB get) (NP (PRP me)) (ADVP (RB now))))
(VP (VB get) (NP (PRP me)) (ADVP (RB now)))
(VB get)
(NP (PRP me))
(PRP me)
(ADVP (RB now))
(RB now)
>>> ptree.productions()
[S -> VP, VP -> VB NP ADVP, VB -> 'get', NP -> PRP, PRP -> 'me', ADVP -> RB, RB -> 'now']
>>> for rule in ptree.productions():
...     print rule
S -> VP
VB -> 'get'
PRP -> 'me'
RB -> 'now'
>>> rules = [str(p) for p in ptree.productions()]
>>> rules
['S -> VP', 'VP -> VB NP ADVP', "VB -> 'get'", 'NP -> PRP', "PRP -> 'me'", 'ADVP -> RB', "RB -> 'now'"]
I want some correction on my result using codeigniter

I want some correction on my result using codeigniter

By : Sam Colins
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps It is bit complex but solve your issue. If anyone else can give better then this solution. I'll be appreciated.
code :
public function select_data() {
$this->db->select('extt_std as std');
$query = $this->db->get();
if ($query->num_rows() > 0) {
    foreach ($query->result() as $row) {
        $row->standard = $row->std;
        $data[] = $row;

        $this->db->where('exam_time_table.extt_std', $row->std);
        $this->db->where('exam_time_table.extt_sess', 'AN');
        $subquery = $this->db->get_compiled_select();

        $this->db->where('exam_time_table.extt_std', $row->std);
        $this->db->where('exam_time_table.extt_sess', 'FN');
        $subquery2 = $this->db->get_compiled_select();

        $this->db->from('('.$subquery.') a');
        $this->db->join('('.$subquery2.') b','a.extt_std=b.extt_std','');
        $get = $this->db->result();

        foreach ($get as $row) {
            if ($row->extt_sess == 'FN') {
                $row->fornoon = $row->extt_sub;
                $row->afternoon = '';
            if ($row->extt_sess == 'AN') {
                $row->fornoon = '';
                $row->afternoon = $row->extt_sub;
    return $data;
return false;
Applying a Bonferroni Correction on a chi square test result R

Applying a Bonferroni Correction on a chi square test result R

By : Maaz Bin Ibrahim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps If you are going to do multiple pairwise comparisons after your overall Chi Sq test, your Bonferroni correction would be .05/(number of tests). See helpful references here and here
You probably need to test all possible pairs, meaning that you'd be doing a lot more than 10 tests. However, before going ahead, you might want to think about other ways to tackle this.
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