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From Benedict Holland <benedict.m.holl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: I want something to run last over agregates
Date Wed, 10 Oct 2018 15:50:12 GMT
That was exactly what I was looking for! I can't believe I missed that in
the documentation.

Thank you so much!

On Wed, Oct 10, 2018 at 11:32 AM Zesch, Torsten <torsten.zesch@uni-due.de>

> Hi Ben,
> each annotator can implement collectionProcessComplete().
> Quoting from the documentation:
> "The framework calls the collectionProcessComplete() method at the end of
> the collection (i.e., when all objects in the collection have been
> processed). At this point in time, no CAS is passed in as a parameter. This
> gives the CAS Consumer or Analysis Engine an opportunity to perform
> collection processing over the entire set of objects in the collection."
> In our implementation of tf.idf, we have an annotator collect the tf score
> for each document in process() and computes the idf part in
> collectionProcessComplete().
> -Torsten
> ´╗┐On 10.10.18, 17:21, "Benedict Holland" <benedict.m.holland@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>     Hello all,
>     I continue to have a problem that comes up a lot. I have a collection
>     processing engine. I want something to run after all of the processing
> is
>     done. For example, I have a collection of texts and want to run a
> tf-idf. I
>     generate a tf for each document and at the end, I generate an idf over
> the
>     collection. I can't put that in an annotator as part of my
>     processing pipeline.
>     Is there an aggregate annotator that will run after the entire
> collection
>     is processed?
>     Thanks,
>     ~Ben

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