Yahoo! term extraction CLI tool

I was playing with the Yahoo! term extraction service earlier today (which is extremely useful, BTW), and I realized that this would make a good command-line tool. The resulting tool is very simple:

$ yte /path/to/file

You pass the file containing the data to be analyzed as the first argument, or you can pass in data on standard input:

$ cat /path/to/file | yte

For as simple as this tool is, I’ve already found it useful on a few occasions. You can download it from my code directory.

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1 comment so far

  1. Carla on

    Thank you–that’s marvelous! :)


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