NLTK corpus: Find the number of male and female names in the names corpus
NLTK corpus: Exercise-11 with Solution
Write a Python NLTK program to find the number of male and female names in the names corpus. Print the first 10 male and female names.
Note: The names corpus contains a total of around 2943 male (male.txt) and 5001 female (female.txt) names. It’s compiled by Kantrowitz, Ross.
Python Code :
from nltk.corpus import names print("\nNumber of male names:") print (len(names.words('male.txt'))) print("\nNumber of female names:") print (len(names.words('female.txt'))) male_names = names.words('male.txt') female_names = names.words('female.txt') print("\nFirst 10 male names:") print (male_names[0:15]) print("\nFirst 10 female names:") print (female_names[0:15])
Number of male names: 2943 Number of female names: 5001 First 10 male names: ['Aamir', 'Aaron', 'Abbey', 'Abbie', 'Abbot', 'Abbott', 'Abby', 'Abdel', 'Abdul', 'Abdulkarim', 'Abdullah', 'Abe', 'Abel', 'Abelard', 'Abner'] First 10 female names: ['Abagael', 'Abagail', 'Abbe', 'Abbey', 'Abbi', 'Abbie', 'Abby', 'Abigael', 'Abigail', 'Abigale', 'Abra', 'Acacia', 'Ada', 'Adah', 'Adaline']
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