Running Bikel’s parser programmatically

Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`

There is a complaint when running the above code:

``Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`

There is a complaint when running the above code:

``

This however does not impact anything and correct values seem to be picked up.

Also, all the scripts are designed for *nix with a lot of flexibility and variables built in. To get it running on Windows, I hardcoded everything but the input file and this is the result:

```Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`

There is a complaint when running the above code:

``Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`Bikel’s statistical parser is designed to be run from the command line. I need to run it from my own code.

The following wrapper seems to do the trick on windows (with your own values for|parserdir| :

`

There is a complaint when running the above code:

``

This however does not impact anything and correct values seem to be picked up.

Also, all the scripts are designed for *nix with a lot of flexibility and variables built in. To get it running on Windows, I hardcoded everything but the input file and this is the result:

```