[developers] Browsing items with lexical coverage using itsdb profiles created with pydelphin/ace

Kristen Howell kphowell at uw.edu
Fri Sep 27 21:54:59 CEST 2019

Thank you Stephan. Would the 'parse' relations be the lines the parse file?
They each look something like this:
0 at 0@0 at -1@@-1@@0 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1@
-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@-1 at -1@@@
Perhaps this means that the error field among other things is not being
Then the question for Mike and/or Woodley would be if it is expected to be

On Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 12:33 PM Stephan Oepen <oe at ifi.uio.no> wrote:

> hi kristen,
> i had to peak at the [incr tsdb()] code myself; 'Browse Errors' will
> extract all items where the 'error' field (in the 'parse' relation) is
> a non-empty string.  so, if nothing comes up there, presumably there
> either were not errors, or ACE does not populate that field?
> likewise, the pre-canned 'unproblematic' condition amounts to 'error
> == ""', i.e. an empty string in that field.  to some degree, what to
> consider an 'error' is arguably up to the parsing engine.  from
> memory, i believe that both the LKB and PET will generate some
> descriptive 'error' string for example in case of missing lexical
> entries for some of the input tokens.
> it appears that ACE (or pyDelphin, not sure about the division of
> labor here) maybe simply does not populate the 'error' field in the
> profiles that it generates?
> best wishes, oe
> On Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 7:09 PM Kristen Howell <kphowell at uw.edu> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Mike and Woodley (and others?),
> >
> > I've created some itsdb profiles using pydelphin and a grammar loaded in
> ace. I am trying to browse the profile in [incr tsdb()]. The results and
> coverage show up fine. However, when I try to browse errors, nothing
> happens. Also when I try to view items with lexical coverage (using tsdl
> condition--> unproblematic and then browse --> test items), I see all of
> the items, not just those with lexical coverage.
> >
> > Is this expected to work with pydelphin profiles? If so, what might be
> missing? My profile contains non empty item, parse, result, relations, run
> files.
> >
> > Thanks for your help,
> > Kristen
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