Version 0.5.6 (2022-02-12) (@hadware)

  • Added support for Python 3.10

  • Bumped cvxopt required version to 1.2.7

Version 0.5.4 (2021-11-29)

  • Fixed a bug in the Continuum.merge function when a continuun had annotators with no annotations (@valentinoli)

  • Fixed a bug in the Continuum.reset_bounds() function when a continuun had annotators with no annotations (@valentinoli)

  • Added __eq__ and __ne__ comparison magic methods to enable == and != operators on Continuum instances

Version 0.5.0 (2021-09-17) (@lfavre)

  • Added soft-gamma, an alternate inter-annotator agreement measure designed based on the gamma-agreement
    • Extensive documentation about this measure and its uses.

  • Minor bug fixes

Version 0.4.1 (2021-08-30) (@lfavre)

  • Important bug fix : Some slicing error when the number of possible unitary alignments was to high.

Version 0.4.0 (2021-08-13) (@lfavre)

  • Fast-gamma option
    • New algorithm that gives a satisfying approximation of the gamma-agreement, with a colossal gain in computing time and memory usage.

    • Detailed research, explanations and benchmarking about this algorithm are thoroughly detailed in the “Performances” section of the documentation

  • Minor bug fixes

Version 0.3.0 (2021-08-06) (@lfavre)

  • New interface for dissimilarities.
    • A real class structure, made with user-friendliness in mind

    • Making new or custom dissimilarities is now doable without copying huge chunks of numba code, supposedly without knowledge of the inner working of the library

    • The code for dissimilarities is overall clearer, more reliable and more maintainable

    • New natively available dissimilarities

  • Bug fixes
    • Fixed many bugs that emerged from the sorted structures and a confusion when passing to a numba/numerical algorithmic environment

  • Optimizations :
    • Memory usage of the gamma algorithm is now significantly lower than before

    • Unit-to-unit disorders are pre-computed during the best-alignment algorithm, which lowers the computation time

    • Multiprocessing has been replaced by multithreading, for additionnal memory usage, computation time and simplicity.

    • Some more parallelization in deeper code.

  • Documentation
    • Extensive tutorials for dissimilarities, sampling and the corpus shuffling tool

Version 0.2.0 (2021-07-06) (@lfavre)

  • Numerous bug fixes (errors and mismatches with the original java implementation)

  • Documentation of slight differences between the java implementation and our implementation that might impact results

  • Various minor performance improvements

  • Multiprocessing-based parallelization of the costly disorder computation

  • Gamma-k and Gamma-cat implementation

  • Levenshtein categorical dissimilarity

  • New continuum sampler, and an API to create your own continuum sampler

  • Addition of the Corpus Shuffling Tool for benchmarking the gamma family of agreement measures

  • Rationalized the usage of various data structures to sortedcontainers to prevent any non-deterministic side effects

  • Additionnal manipulation and creation methods for continuua

  • New options for the command line tool, such as json output or seeding

  • New visualization output for alignments in jupyter notebooks

  • Changed the mixed integer programming solver from the unprecise ECOS_BB to GLPK_MI or CBC