Charming the word snake – terminology work and language checking with Python

by on November 24, 2020

Have you ever manually extracted terms from hundreds of documents? Do you regularly check dozens of topics for violations of writing rules? Do you sometimes feel that these tasks should be automated but enterprise-grade software is too expensive? If yes, then why not build your own tools?

Esther Strauch and Maximilian Rosin are our snake charmers. In their tutorial they show how you can use Python to easily write your own scripts for extracting terminology and checking language rules and apply these scripts to your own content.

Recorded at the tcworld conference 2020

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