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Repository to track the progress in Natural Language Processing (NLP), including the datasets and the current state-of-the-art for the most common NLP tasks.

Instructions for building the site locally

You can build the site locally using Jekyll by following the steps detailed here:

  1. Check whether you have Ruby 2.1.0 or higher installed with ruby --version, otherwise install it. On OS X for instance, this can be done with brew install ruby. Make sure you also have ruby-dev and zlib1g-dev installed.
  2. Install Bundler gem install bundler. If you run into issues with installing bundler on OS X, have a look here for troubleshooting tips. Also try refreshing the terminal.
  3. Clone the repo locally: git clone
  4. Navigate to the repo with cd NLP-progress
  5. Install Jekyll: bundle install
  6. Run the Jekyll site locally: bundle exec jekyll serve
  7. You can now preview the local Jekyll site in your browser at http://localhost:4000.