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I have a bunch of unlabeled text data that I would like to hand label. Are there any tools out there that you can use to produce your own labels? Ideally it would show a sentence at a time and give me the option of choosing a label for each word.

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There are several tools for this you could check the Stanford Simple Annotation Tool, also Brat has online demos. For a comprehensive list you could check this question on Quora

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There are tools that can help you label text data. One option is to use a tool specifically designed for text labelling, such as Labelbox or Prodigy. These tools typically allow you to import your text data, view it one sentence or document at a time, and apply labels to each word or phrase.

  • Prodigy is a scriptable annotation tool so efficient that data scientists can do the annotation themselves, enabling a new level of rapid iteration.
  • LabelBox allows users to manage their data using their high powered AI-enabled tools for data labelling by automating the labelling process and training models for active learning and has API support.
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