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Old 08-05-2015, 09:56 AM   #1
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[GUI Plugin] English Noun Frequency

[GUI Plugin] English Noun Frequency


Summary: Determines 'English Noun Frequencies' for words in a particular book's text, and will optionally:

  • Add frequences for the chosen number of frequent nouns to the book's Comments;
  • Create new Tags using the chosen number of frequent nouns for Tags;
  • Update a Custom Column with the chosen number of frequent nouns for a Custom Column;
  • Update nothing but log the frequent nouns using the number chosen for Comments;
  • Translate the English Comments to another language, showing both;
  • Accumulate the Top 100 English Nouns with frequency counts across all of your books and all of you libraries.

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[1] What is the strategic purpose of “English Noun Frequency”?

Answer: To allow you to grok at a glance what a book is about in English and, optionally, a second language.


[2] Why is it needed? Books have authors, titles, tags and comments.

Answer: As a solution for plain-text ebooks with no title, author, tags or comments. Nothing necessary to download basic metadata from the web. Just plain text.

Additionally, regardless of the English metadata that may or may not be available, those readers for whom English is a second language have the option of viewing the results not only in English, but a second language. That ability would not otherwise exist. For native-English speakers who are students of another language, this option provides an opportunity to expand their vocabulary.


[3] How does it fulfill that goal?

Answer: It creates Comments and/or Tags and/or updates a Custom Column with the “Top N Most Frequent Nouns”. N is a number from 0-100 that you choose separately for Comments, Tags and a Custom Column for the books you select to be updated.


[4] What second languages are available for use?

Answer: Spanish is offered as a 'standard' second language choice. That is because it is the only language for which the developer desired to build and test a digital file with 5,000+ UTF8-encoded noun translation pairs (in this case, English noun to Spanish noun).

Any other language can easily be used by specifying a user custom 'English to Other Language' translation pairs file to use. A 'template' file is attached, as well as a copy of the 'standard' English to Spanish translation pairs.

For Spanish, since it is 'standard', any optionally specified user custom file may be used to supplement and/or override the 'standard' translation list. The user custom list takes precedence over the standard list.


[5] Why would someone with “real” books that have full metadata need or want to use this?

Answer: They do not “need” it, but they may “want” it, because it can create very interesting statistical information about your libraries. It not only achieves its strategic objective of allowing you to 'grok at a glance' what a single, particular book is about, but also allows you to have automatically accumulated into a single spreadsheet .csv file the frequency results of all of your books in all of your Calibre libraries. You then have a database of what nouns are the most common, not only relative to each other, but also absolutely. The exact word-count for each Top N noun used in every book in your library is summarized into a single number across all of your books for which you execute ENF.

For example, you might find that the word “neuroscience” occurs 468 times in your library. You might then wish to search the comments (to which ENF can prepend or append the Top N Nouns) of all of your books (even cross-library using the MultiColumnSearch plug-in) to find the word “neuroscience”.


[6] What formats of ebooks are supported?

Answer: TXT, EPUB, PDF. Other formats may easily be converted by Calibre to any of the supported formats. TXT is recommended. ENF uses only plain text lower case English letters from a to z. It converts all extracted text to lower case before analyzing.


[7] Will I find any forms of verbs in the Top N Nouns list?

Answer: No, although you might think some might be verbs because the words are taken out of context of their original grammatical use. They are a type of noun called a 'Deverbal Noun'. Examples: walk, speech, dent, scratch, building, fencing, piping, tubing, and painting.

If you activate translation of the Top N Nouns in the Comments to Spanish, the translated word will be the deverbal noun equivalent, not the verb. Example: 'look' will be translated as 'mirada', not 'mirar'.


[8] Where is the User Guide?

Answer: The “User Guide” is decentralized. The “tool tips” provide clear, detailed information. The labels of buttons and checkboxes also are clear. The Job Log has a great deal of information to help you understand your results and how they came about. Finally, the “Frequently Asked Questions” provide additional information about ENF as a whole. Taken together, these elements comprise the “User Guide”.




Requires Minimum Calibre Version: 2.33


Internal Name: 'English Noun Frequency'

Version History:
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Version 1.0.6 - 2016-05-25 Technical tweaks.
Version 1.0.5 - 2015-10-31 Miscellaneous tweaks.
Version 1.0.4 - 2015-10-01 Miscellaneous tweaks.
Version 1.0.3 - 2015-08-31 Technical tweaks.
Version 1.0.2 - 2015-08-25 Miscellaneous tweaks.
Version 1.0.1 - 2015-08-08 The 'Options' Tab now has scroll-bars, and the GUI dialog now allows user resizing and relocation that will be 'remembered'.
Version 1.0.0 - 2015-08-05 Initial release.

Last edited by DaltonST; 05-25-2016 at 01:56 PM. Reason: Release 1.0.6 New Release
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Release 1.0.4

Release 1.0.4 has been posted, and provides some enhanced ToolTips.


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Plugin no longer works on Calibre 2.40 (Windows 7).

Here is the Calibre Debug Log:

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Code:
calibre Debug log
calibre 2.40  isfrozen: True is64bit: False
Windows-7-6.1.7601-SP1 Windows ('32bit', 'WindowsPE')
32bit process running on 64bit windows
('Windows', '7', '6.1.7601')
Python 2.7.9
Windows: ('7', '6.1.7601', 'SP1', 'Multiprocessor Free')
Successfully initialized third party plugins: DeDRM && EpubMerge && Overdrive Link && SmartEject && English Noun Frequency && Count Pages
Starting up...
macmenuhack file_path:C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Roaming\calibre\plugins\fanficfare_macmenuhack.txt
Started up in 8.43 seconds with 411 books
windows_user_name XXXXX
Clearing or initializing globals
ENF Control
Loading user custom word rules for use
Building custom column list
Current book id is:  442  ______________________________________________________________________________________
Determing ENF for a single book
Building book path
Loading book file:  C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/Marci McDonald/The Armageddon Factor (442)/The Armageddon Factor - Marci McDonald.epub
Loading epub file:  C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/Marci McDonald/The Armageddon Factor (442)/The Armageddon Factor - Marci McDonald.epub
Extracting epub text:  C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/Marci McDonald/The Armageddon Factor (442)/The Armageddon Factor - Marci McDonald.epub
Filtering text
Length of the input, file_data:  0
Length of text_data prior to re.sub's :  0
Length of text_data after re.sub's :  0
Length of text_data after fancy apostrophes & quotation marks replacement to a simple single quote:  0
Length of text_data after contraction filtering :  0
Length of text_data after apostrophes and quotes are replaced :  0
Length of text_data after html was stripped :  0
Length of text_data after symbols are stripped:  0
Length of text_data after failed contractions are stripped:  0
Length of text_data after contiguous spaces have been reduced to three (3) before and after each remaining word:  0
Condensing text
Applying Change Pair Rules:  #1 of 4
Pass #1 of 2:  Changing Bad Words to Spaces
re.sub  -  miscellany plus |  
Pass #2 of 2:  Changing Bad Words to Spaces - prep ASCII list of current words
Pass #1 of 3:  Changing Bad Words to Spaces - words < 5 letters and not in any good words set
Pass #2 of 3:  Changing Bad Words to Spaces - identifying words per custom bad words set
Pass #3 of 3:  Changing Bad Words to Spaces - identifying words per standard bad words set
Pass #1 of 2:  Identifying English Names to Change to Spaces
Pass #1 of 1:  Identifying Specific Suffixes of Adjectives & Adverbs
Pass #1 of 1:  Identifying All '......ed' verb forms plus all  '......ing' forms that are NOT deverbal nouns (and are already in the standard good list) to Change to Spaces
Changing Previously Identified Words to Spaces
# first custom dict pass at changing plurals to their singulars
# first standard dict pass at changing plurals to their singulars
finished with the first pass for plurals
Finished condense_text
Analyzing text
Applying Change Pair Rules:  #2 of 4
Applying Plural Pairs pass #2 of 2
finished with the second (and more comprehensive) pass for plurals
The length of final_text_list is:  0
Counting the frequency of the entire current list of filtered words
The length of common_list is:  0
Finished counting
Trimming the initial frequency list, and Accumulating the frequencies for the final list of 'good' words
Finished Trimming and Accumulating Frequency Counts
Finalizing the List of Most Frequent Words
Finished the Finalizing of the List of Most Frequent Words
full_book_path for current book:  C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/Marci McDonald/The Armageddon Factor (442)/The Armageddon Factor - Marci McDonald.epub
Finalizing accumulated most frequent nouns
Clearing or initializing globals
Job: 1 English Noun Frequency finished
Starting job: English Noun Frequency 
	Starting 'English Noun Frequency' 
	Library DB: C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/metadata.db 
	Tue Oct 06 14:38:13 2015 
	Python: Windows   CPython   2.7.9 
	SQLite Version: 3.8.4    [APSW] 
	PRAGMA main.busy_timeout = 2000 
	  
	Beginning 'English Noun Frequency' Processing 
	═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ 
	  
	Chosen Options:  
	 
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	Update Comments?  True 
	Maximum Words to Add to Comments:   20 
	Comments Location:  Append 
	Remove Previous ENF Comments Prior to Update?  True 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Update Custom Column?  True 
	Maximum Words in Custom Column:  5 
	Custom Column Specified:  #enf 
	Sort Custom Column Words Alphabetically (not by Frequency)?  False 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Update Nothing.  Just Log the List of Words?  False 
	Update Nothing.  Just Remove Previous ENF Comments?  False 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Accumulate the Most Frequent Nouns in this .csv File:   C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/accumulated_most_frequent_nouns.csv 
	Accumulate the Most Frequent Nouns for all books for all jobs?  True 
	Pause the Accumulation of Most Frequent Nouns?  False 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Delete Global First Names?  True 
	Delete the Top 100 Most Common Nouns?  True 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Add New Tags?  False 
	Maximum New Tags:  5 
	Only Add New Tags, or Replace All Existing Tags?  Add 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Is Translation of English Nouns Active?  False 
	English will be Translated to this Language:   None 
	Custom Translation Mapping File to Use:   Select Custom Translation File 
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	Number of English word pairs in the standard 'singular:plural pair' list:  4,557 
	  
	Number of English words in the standard 'always discard' list:  18,927 
	  
	Number of global first names in the standard  'first names to discard' list:  3,536 
	  
	Number of English words in the standard 'always keep' list:  44,824 
	  
	Number of English words in the standard 'obscenities' list:  49 
	  
	Number of English word pairs in the standard 'change pairs' list:  19 
	  
	Number of English words in the standard 'acronyms to capitalize' list:  54 
	  
	  
	Number of 'User custom good words' loaded from the Calibre Plugin Directory:   0 
	  
	Number of 'User custom bad words' loaded from the Calibre Plugin Directory:    0 
	  
	The 'user custom word change pairs' that were loaded, if any, have been lost. 
	  
	Number of 'User custom word change pairs' loaded from the Calibre Plugin Directory:                                0 
	  
	Number of 'User custom word change pairs' that force a word to all upper case after counting is complete:          0 
	  
	Number of 'User custom word change pairs' that force a word to title case after counting is complete:              0 
	  
	Number of 'User custom word change pairs' that will be Defaulted:                                                  0 
	  
	  
	Default:  Any 'Most Frequent Noun' that does not have a specific rule to force it to all upper case will be titlecased. 
	  
	  
	  
	Number of 'User custom singular:plural pairs' loaded from the Calibre Plugin Directory:    0 
	  
	  
	  
	Lists have been synchronized by 'Priority':  Custom User Good Words > Custom User Bad Words > Standard Good Words > Standard First (Bad) Names > Standard Bad Words. 
	  
	  
	------------------------------------------- 
	  
	  
	Number of selected books for which to determine 'English Noun Frequency':     1 
	  
	  
	Priority sequence in which book formats will be searched until one is found to use:     (1st) TXT    (2nd) EPUB    (3rd) PDF 
	  
	  
	  
	═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ 
	Book: C:/Users/XXXXX/Documents/Calibre Library/Marci McDonald/The Armageddon Factor (442)/The Armageddon Factor - Marci McDonald.epub 
	  
	  
	Number of verb forms, adjectives and adverbs (not nouns or deverbal nouns) that were deleted based upon their English suffixes: 0 
	  
	  
					----------------------------------------------- 
	  
	  
					----------------------------------------------- 
	  
	No Nouns Were Found in this Book with the Format Shown in the Path. 
	  
	  
	Elapsed time to process this book was: 0 seconds 
	  
	  
	═════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ 
	The accumulated most frequent nouns inception-to-date frequencies were written to your personal .csv file. 
	  
	The number of words with their corresponding frequencies saved to your personal .csv file:        1,934 
	  
	  
	_______________________________________________________________________________________________ 
	  
	Percentage of the  0 total words from this entire Job remaining after discarding all undesired English words: 0.00%, or: 0 net words 
	_______________________________________________________________________________________________ 
	  
	Format: EPUB             Books: 1 
	Format: PDF              Books: 0 
	Format: TXT              Books: 0 
	Format: UNSUPPORTED      Books: 0 
	  
	_______________________________________________________________________________________________ 
	  
	'English Noun Frequency' has completed. 
	  
	  
	  
	  
	Job complete.

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ENF Works Perfectly in Calibre 2.40 on Windows 64bit

I just ran it against all of the books in one of my test libraries for Calibre 2.40 Windows 64bit, and it worked perfectly.

It looks to me that you are jumping to a conclusion without having posted any empirical data to prove that it is not the .epub's fault.

For example, you did not attach a screen-snip indicating that the "Count Pages" plug-in actually found real pages of "text". That is quite common in .PDF files that were created from scans, since "images" are not "text". "Count Pages" might find zero pages of "text" in a .PDF that is 5mb in size.

Your log showed no errors, and looks normal other than the fact that it extracted no text from the .epub. I suspect that your .epub has problems.

I suggest that you 'fix' your .epub by:

(1) reconverting it from an epub to an epub;

(2) running it against the excellent "Modify Epub" plug-in, clicking almost all of the checkboxes;

(3) running it against the "Count Pages" plug-in, confirming that is has "real" pages text, and is not just an .epub version of a scanned .PDF; and,

(4) converting the reconverted and "fixed" .epub to a .txt format, and then running ENF again for that book. ENF will use any .txt it finds before using a .epub format, and will use a .epub format before using a .PDF format. The log indicates that priority, and also will indicate which format it used.

After (4) above, open the .txt format in Notepad, and read it. Are there a large number of real English words? If there are, please PM me the .txt file so I can test with it.

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Release 1.0.5

Release 1.0.5 has been posted. Minor performance tweaks.

Absolutely nothing was changed that would 'break' any ebook that processed properly in Release 1.0.4.

Please note that .PDF files that were created from scans have "images", not "text". For that reason, ENF would find zero "text" in a .PDF that is physically huge in size. The "Count Pages" plugin would find nothing as well.

If you have problems with a particular .EPUB file, please review this post for a suggested course of action: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=263684




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An interesting plugin. I'd be interested in seeing a similar output of a frequency of "Proper" names and non-english word usage. The characters, places, and invented words do a lot to categorize and compare books. Seems like it would allow you to glossarize books and then compare glossaries to other works.

Pulling proper names out of the copyright pages and "ends" of the book might give you some interesting info on publishers, translators, editors, etc...
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Custom word in frequency search

@DaltonST,

I have been looking at this plug-in and trying to apply it but am struggling. After re-reading your description here as well as the Q&A, I'm left with the following:

1) Is it possible to setup the plug-in to read capitalized words and not have to extract then turn into lowercase before reading? I have to wonder if this is what contributes to it taking a LONG time on ONE book. As someone with tens of thousands of books in Calibre, this plug-in then becomes a waste of time in the running (not in the data it could provide). Am I wrong about this contributing to the time it takes to run one book? (for Example, I could run Quality Check/Search Epubs and go through a lot of books in little time comparatively). I am curious, but I also concede that I do not know the code needed to make this work.

2) When I first installed the plug-in (seeing it only in Calibre's list of available plug-ins), I understood it to mean that I could tell it to include the frequency of words I defined. For example, say I want to know the frequency of the word "hall" in a book. This would be basic text and thus include combinations that include it such as "hallmark" as well as including any capitalized version such as "Hall" or "Hallway".
Now, rereading the description and trying to play with the plug-in (at which point I noticed the time it took to run it on default settings for one book), I believe this is not possible.

Is it possible that you could modify your app or create another based on similar principles that does a word count for user-specified words and creates tags based on this?

The purpose would be just as you noted - info about a book that can be very helpful to a user. For example, in my case I'm not fond of books full of vulgarity. Sometimes, you just don't know what you are going to be reading. I'd like to take what I already do via Calibre and improve my "word existence" search to including a count of the frequency of the word I specify as well as creating tags in a customized column based on the returned info (rather than the comments - example of tag: hall-50) This will help me to better categorize books as to the content and feel of the book.

If this isn't something you can do, do you know of a similar app?
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@jecilop:

The OP says exactly why it was written, and exactly what it does.

What you want is not why it was written, and is not what it does.

Sounds like you should uninstall it.



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Ok, thanks for that input. That was the next step, but I thought I civily asked you about it.

Please consider not everyone who asks about your app is a tool of some sort. I'm not criticizing it. I was just wondering if I missed something in my understanding or if you could expand on it if not.
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