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From the Github repo readme (accessed 2020-07-14):
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Pyrrha is a webapp built to fasten and secure morphological/lemmatization post-correction or annotation. It features:
  
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* Corpus creation and sharing: you can work with multiple partner, with a fine-grain history which allows for review
Pyrrha is a simple Python Flask WebApp to <nowiki>[speed up]</nowiki> the post-correction of lemmatized and morpho-syntactic tagged corpora.
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* Control Lists, which are sets of allowed value for each known tasks (POS, lemma and Morphology)
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* Serial Edition: the software looks for similar tokens when an edit is performed, in case the same error appears more than once in the corpus. End user has the final choice.
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The application is free and open-source, and is continuously evolving. Only one instance is known at the moment, hosted by the Ecole Nationale des Chartes: https://dh.chartes.psl.eu/pyrrha
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:48, 22 September 2020

Available

Authors

  • Julien Pilla
  • Thibault Clérice

Description

Pyrrha is a webapp built to fasten and secure morphological/lemmatization post-correction or annotation. It features:

  • Corpus creation and sharing: you can work with multiple partner, with a fine-grain history which allows for review
  • Control Lists, which are sets of allowed value for each known tasks (POS, lemma and Morphology)
  • Serial Edition: the software looks for similar tokens when an edit is performed, in case the same error appears more than once in the corpus. End user has the final choice.

The application is free and open-source, and is continuously evolving. Only one instance is known at the moment, hosted by the Ecole Nationale des Chartes: https://dh.chartes.psl.eu/pyrrha