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jusText is a tool for removing boilerplate content, such as navigation links, headers, and footers from HTML pages. It is designed to preserve mainly text containing full sentences and it is therefore well suited for creating linguistic resources such as Web corpora.
How it works
Read a description of the jusText algorithm.
- Make sure you have Python 2.7 and lxml library version 4.1 or later installed.
- Download the sources:
- Extract the downloaded file:
tar xzvf justext-3.0.tar.gz
- Install the package (omit --user to install for all users):
cd justext-3.0/ python3 setup.py install --user
wget -O page.html http://planet.python.org/ justext -s English page.html > cleaned-page.txt
For usage information see:
Python 3.6 & Python 2.7 compatible
import justext import requests page = requests.get('http://planet.python.org/').text.encode('utf-8') paragraphs = justext.justext(page, justext.get_stoplist('English')) for paragraph in paragraphs: if paragraph['class'] == 'good': print(paragraph['text'])
This software has been developed at the Natural Language Processing Centre of Masaryk University in Brno with financial support from PRESEMT and Lexical Computing Ltd. It also relates to Jan Pomikálek's PhD research.
Justext is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License