German Named Entity Recognizer for Tweets
A named entity recognition pipeline that identifies basic entity types, such as Person, Location and Organization expressions. It works on tweets in the German language.
German TwitIE is a named entity recognition pipeline specially tuned for use with German Twitter data. It performs
- tokenisation, sentence splitting and part-of-speech tagging;
- normalisation of abbreviations and shortened word forms frequently found in Tweets;
- tagging of Twitter-specific entities such as hashtags and @mentions, as well as URLs and emoticons, and
- general named entity recognition, to identify basic entity types such as Person, Location and Organization.
|:Person||Standard named entity types|
|:Emoticon||Emoticons such as :-)|
|:Hashtag||Hashtags, including the leading # character|
|:UserID||The username part of @user mentions, not including the leading @ sign|
|Additional annotations available if selected|
|:Token||The individual tokens of the text, with "category" feature for POS|
|:SpaceToken||The spaces between tokens|
|:Sentence||Sentences detected by the sentence splitter|
Use this pipeline
You can process up to 1,200 documents per day free of charge using the REST API, at an average rate of 2 documents/sec. Higher quotas are available for research users by arrangement, contact us for details.
The API endpoint for this pipeline is:
You can process any amount of data with this pipeline on a pay-as-you-go basis, for £0.80 per hour. This can be data you upload yourself, data you collected from Twitter, or the results of a previous job.