Building a Conditional Random Fields Tagger for Academic Citations

Over the weekend, I built a system that identifies, parses and formats unstructured academic citations. The system is not running anymore, because I didn't want to pay for hosting, but the source code is still available on github.

It can take a raw string like "Wang, L.-P.; Titov ...

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Deploying with Travis-CI and S3

Travis-CI is fantastic for testing software (continuous integration) during open-source development. Less widely known, I think is how useful it can be for deployment.

With travis-ci, you have full access (passwordless sudo) access to a fresh Ubuntu virtual machine that runs automatically on every commit to your github repository. Sure ...

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New website!

This is my first post on this new website! I went ahead and purchased the domain to try to consolidate my material on the web.

The domain was registered through GoDaddy, and its DNS settings were configured through Amazon Route53. This site itself is simply static HTML/CSS ...

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