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raw text

(1) Any string, block or group of only alphanumeric characters. See ASCII text and alphanumeric.

(2) A document with only text and no images. The formatting codes embedded in a word processing file are not normally visible but may contain other than text characters. See ASCII text and alphanumeric.
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There are several developments that make processing of raw text and unstructured data in real-time more compelling and affordable.
For Sinclair (2004), the unannotated corpus or raw text is the 'pure' corpus.
Is it possible to learn parsing knowledge from raw text databases, perhaps supplemented with a bit of annotated data?
Penguin these days has to watch its own back: the ultimate cherry-pickers, cheap-reprint lines such as the new firm Wordsworth, can offer raw texts of really famous books at a knockdown price (such as a pound), because these books have so long been edited that basic data on them, at least, is widely available.
But you need technology that can analyze raw text for hidden signals and sentiments, handle enormous amounts of data and perform predictive analyses.
SAS point-and-click interface guides users through developing the initial taxonomy and defining taxonomy rules from raw text inputs, which streamlines text model building for data analysts.
Then, we index both the raw text and its tags so users can search for positive comments within the category of "customer support.
Each reading was accompanied by careful note-taking in ATLAS/ti that allowed a tandem viewing of the raw text alongside the researcher's comments.
Database inversion is a potential limiting factor, but a recently developed algorithm can invert an estimated 5Gb of raw text in 12 hours with only 40Mb of main memory [4].
Support for more file formats - PDF, Pages, Raw Text
Processing the raw text data is necessary for Sybase IQ to carry out its analyses.