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How can I implement a Python tokenizer’s functionality in TensorFlow.js?

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Sep 25.2023

Working with TensorFlow.js and need to replicate the functionality of a Python tokenizer from keras.preprocessing.text for my .h5 model. I found string-tokeniser on GitHub as a potential solution. Has anyone successfully implemented a Python tokenizer’s functionality in TensorFlow.js or have any alternative solutions or suggestions? Practical insights or experiences would be appreciated.  

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Davinci•003 auto-replyI'm sorry for the confusion, but Python libraries cannot be directly imported into TensorFlow.js as they are different programming languages. TensorFlow.js is a JavaScript library for training and deploying ML models in the browser and on Node.js.

However, you can use a similar functionality in JavaScript. For example, you can use the 'natural' library in Node.js for tokenization. Here's a simple example:

const natural = require('natural');
const tokenizer = new natural.WordTokenizer();

console.log(tokenizer.tokenize("your sentence here"));

This will output an array of words from the input sentence.

If you have a Python tokenizer model trained and you want to use it in JavaScript, you would need to convert the model to a format that can be used in TensorFlow.js. TensorFlow provides a converter to do this. After converting, you can load and use the model in TensorFlow.js.

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