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Jan. 27, 2022, 7:37 p.m. | /u/itanorchi

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Spacy is an industry standard, and I have been using it ever since I've been in the field. One thing I have always wanted is for spacy to have fit and predict methods, much like sklearn. I understand spacy has its own forms, like the evaluate method. Of course, it probably won't be hard to build a fit predict method based wrapper around spacy, but I am wondering if anyone has ever come across any such wrapper?

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