Is there a recorded demo of it somewhere? Would be nice to see it in action as I'm having a little trouble understanding the workflow.
While it is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, Audino can Mega Evolve into Mega Audino using the Audinite.
While we were trying to build up a corpus of transcription data for our company, I often thought we should build something like this an open-source it. We ended up building a one-off hacked-up thing to do it instead, but I'm really glad this exists for any future people in our shoes.
Annotating speech data is super tedious and anything that improves the process even 10% is a huge, huge win.
Maybe even ‘audinote’ would not only be less confusing; but also more clear on what the app does?
I could not really tell right away looking at the docs. Why would I want to use this?
I’ve bulk exported generated srt/vtt files from my fav podcasts and using tinysearch that was posted here recently with ableplayer to provide audio full text search of my Jekyll published podcasts posts and with clickable timestamps to audio play of search phrases.
Whenever I want to know what podcaster has to say on specific subject a quick search makes such a difference!
Eg. doing things like force alignment should be done in other tools and use the api to put in the dataset?
Most of the time I need the labels in my own system, and don't want to manually move data back and forth.
To export the data, there's an option on admin panel from where you can download it in JSON format.
Please check the tutorials section for more details: https://github.com/midas-research/audino/blob/master/docs/tu...
A few font-awesome, testing-library, ES-Lint & react imports. Some of those broader libraries have been broken up so you don’t have to import the whole enchilada.
But ya in a larger project, mixing and matching the versions of some of those components can get tricky. This repo seems reasonable in dependencies, the dependencies of dependencies on the other hand can be crazy in any project these days.
That being said, the gzipped js bundle size is fairly small (under 200kb).
The project in question, for instance, only uses NodeJS to build its frontend. The backend is written in python.
People who want to use react for their frontend _have_ to use NodeJS, for instance.
I’m a potential user, and I’d certainly like to hear more from somebody who has tried it.