# Test to see whether or not the link parser is loaded. Linguistics::EN.has_linkparser? # => true # Diagram the first linkage for a test sentence puts "he is a big dog".en.sentence.linkages.first.to_s +---O*---+ | +--Ds--+ +Ss+ | +-A-+ | | | | | he is a big dog # Find the verb in the sentence "he is a big dog".en.sentence.verb.to_s # => "is" # Combined infinitive + LinkParser: Find the infinitive form of the verb of the given sentence. "he is a big dog".en.sentence.verb.infinitive # => "be" # Find the direct object of the sentence "he is a big dog".en.sentence.object.to_s # => "dog" # Combine WordNet + LinkParser to find the definition of the direct object of # the sentence "he is a big dog".en.sentence.object.gloss # => "a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds; \"the dog barked all night\""
# File lib/linguistics/en/linkparser.rb, line 77 def self::lp_dict if !self.has_linkparser? raise NotImplementedError, "LinkParser functions are not loaded: %s" % self.linkparser_error.message end return @lp_dict ||= LinkParser::Dictionary.new( :verbosity => 0 ) end
Return a LinkParser::Sentence for the stringified
# File lib/linguistics/en/linkparser.rb, line 97 def sentence return Linguistics::EN::LinkParser.lp_dict.parse( self.to_s ) end