class hanlp.datasets.ner.loaders.tsv.TSVTaggingDataset(data: Union[str, List], transform: Optional[Union[Callable, List]] = None, cache=None, generate_idx=None, max_seq_len=None, sent_delimiter=None, char_level=False, hard_constraint=False, **kwargs)[source]
  • data – The local or remote path to a dataset, or a list of samples where each sample is a dict.

  • transform – Predefined transform(s).

  • cacheTrue to enable caching, so that transforms won’t be called twice.

  • generate_idx – Create a IDX field for each sample to store its order in dataset. Useful for prediction when samples are re-ordered by a sampler.

  • max_seq_len – Sentences longer than max_seq_len will be split into shorter ones if possible.

  • sent_delimiter – Delimiter between sentences, like period or comma, which indicates a long sentence can be split here.

  • char_level – Whether the sequence length is measured at char level, which is never the case for lemmatization.

  • hard_constraint – Whether to enforce hard length constraint on sentences. If there is no sent_delimiter in a sentence, it will be split at a token anyway.

  • kwargs – Not used.


Load a .tsv file. A .tsv file for tagging is defined as a tab separated text file, where non-empty lines have two columns for token and tag respectively, empty lines mark the end of sentences.


filepath – Path to a .tsv tagging file.

$ head eng.train.tsv

EU      S-ORG
rejects O
German  S-MISC
call    O
to      O
boycott O
British S-MISC
lamb    O