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ikitewa
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Japanese Subtitles package

Post by ikitewa » Jun 5th, '16, 06:44

Hi,
I'm working on a Japanese language frequency list based on tv dramas movies etc.
Does anyone know how to download all Japanese subtitles form this page or know some other webpages that have subtitles for J-dramas or J-movies ?

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by koshonin » Jun 5th, '16, 10:34

ikitewa wrote:Hi,
I'm working on a Japanese language frequency list based on tv dramas movies etc.
Does anyone know how to download all Japanese subtitles form this page or know some other webpages that have subtitles for J-dramas or J-movies ?

best regards
Bart
there is a packaged archive in the thread 'Automated JPN subtitles [Jpsubbers]' that should suffice.
I would be interested to know how you would go about it, as Japanese has no word-bounderies...

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by Morellet » Jun 6th, '16, 09:23

koshonin wrote: I would be interested to know how you would go about it, as Japanese has no word-bounderies...
You can actually just use cb4960's Japanese Text Analysis Tool to do all the work for you.

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by koshonin » Jun 6th, '16, 13:06

Morellet wrote:
You can actually just use cb4960's Japanese Text Analysis Tool to do all the work for you.
Thank you for the link, unfortunately it's only for windows/gui and not for linux/cli, but it's an inspiration neverteless.

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by ikitewa » Jun 11th, '16, 14:53

Hi,
yes JTAT is one possibility, but i wrote my own morphological analyzer (work in progress but already works) as I need to do a little bit more than just frequency analysis - analysis of collocations and their respective frequencies, readings frequencies, lemmatisation of words in text, etc.
koshonin wrote: there is a packaged archive in the thread 'Automated JPN subtitles [Jpsubbers]' that should suffice....
thx for the link, I've noticed that some links are dead but i found this link
http://kitsunekko.net/dirlist.php?dir=s ... apanese%2F
and this
http://jpsubbers.web44.net/Japanese-Subtitles/

i think the second one has more asadora subtitles then the first one which I think would be of most interest to me (probably two season or 20 episodes long would be most interesting) as I'm also interesting in selecting some asadora based on their difficulty measured as ratio of running words to lemmas.

TO change the topic slightly... Where to download asadora from. I tried couple titles on torrents but nothings there.
I found this webpage http://www.jdorama.com/season.spring.2015.htm
are there any other popular pages or torrent repositories ?

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Bart
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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by Keiko1981 » Jun 11th, '16, 15:22

ikitewa wrote:To change the topic slightly... Where to download asadora from. I tried couple titles on torrents but nothings there.
I found this webpage http://www.jdorama.com/season.spring.2015.htm
are there any other popular pages or torrent repositories ?
Search result for asadora at Rare Doramas

Nyaa - Search results for asadora, Churasan, Massan, Mare, Hanako to Anne, Gochisousan, Jun to Ai, Amachan, Asa ga Kita (missing the two last weeks), Welkame, Carnation

And if you need here is the index of seed request topics.

There is also AvistaZ, but it's a private ratio tracker. Can be hard to get in there unless you're invited.

List of asadoras at DramaWiki
FORUM RULES <- Updated September 2018

Gifted OnesTwitter MyDramaList.com

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Asaki Yumemishi, Inochi, Oshin, Seoul 1945

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by koshonin » Jun 12th, '16, 00:05

ikitewa wrote:Hi,
yes JTAT is one possibility, but i wrote my own morphological analyzer (work in progress but already works) as I need to do a little bit more than just frequency analysis - analysis of connotations and their respective frequencies, readings frequencies, lemmatisation of words in text, etc.
koshonin wrote: there is a packaged archive in the thread 'Automated JPN subtitles [Jpsubbers]' that should suffice....
thx for the link, I've noticed that some links are dead but i found this link
http://kitsunekko.net/dirlist.php?dir=s ... apanese%2F
and this
http://jpsubbers.web44.net/Japanese-Subtitles/

i think the second one has more asadora subtitles then the first one which I think would be of most interest to me (probably two season or 20 episodes long would be most interesting) as I'm also interesting in selecting some asadora based on their difficulty measured as ratio of running words to lemmas.

TO change the topic slightly... Where to download asadora from. I tried couple titles on torrents but nothings there.
I found this webpage http://www.jdorama.com/season.spring.2015.htm
are there any other popular pages or torrent repositories ?

Best regards
Bart
there should be also a zippyshare link to an archive I made some time ago; I can't test it atm and it might've been deleted due to inactivity ... kitsuneko has anime subs, you probably already noticed :)_
would you be willing to share your softo? (can it be run on linux/cli?) or the results of your analysis?

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by ikitewa » Jun 12th, '16, 10:52

koshonin wrote: there should be also a zippyshare link to an archive I made some time ago; I can't test it atm and it might've been deleted due to inactivity ... kitsuneko has anime subs, you probably already noticed :)_
would you be willing to share your softo? (can it be run on linux/cli?) or the results of your analysis?
For now soft is in Python file and no command line or interface is available. It also limits frequency analysis to Kanji and words written with kanji as I was interested only in Kanji. By October I will probably add some graphical interface and finish all the algorithms.
If you have a file I can send you results from JTAT if you want.
Best regards
Bart

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by koshonin » Jun 13th, '16, 20:00

thanks for the offer!
I primaraly thought I might learn something from your approach for my machine translator.

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Re: Japanese Subtitles package

Post by kscaptions » Jan 4th, '17, 07:07

that's a big help.

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