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It's seems to be GPS coordinates (WGS-84). And yes, Google uses WGS-84 coordinates, but Google map uses State Council GCJ-02 coordinates in China. So, google坐标转成百度坐标 : GCJ-02 TO BAIDU(GCJ-02 + BD09) 原始坐标转成百度坐标 : WGS-84 TO BAIDU(GCJ-02 + BD09) Reference: 百度地图API详解之坐标系转换 GPS坐标换算为百度坐标 百度地图坐标转换(gps google 百度坐标相互转换)


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After some research into this I found this website: http://docs.bosonnlp.com/ner.html. If you set up an account on their website, you can use their NER functionality (because you need an API Token. I tried their Python example import json import requests NER_URL = 'http://api.bosonnlp.com/ner/analysis' s = ['对于该小孩是不是郑尚金的孩子,目前已做亲子鉴定,结果还没出来,' ...


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There are many online OCR input websites. For example: http://www.yibizi.com/html5/ (neat and fast, without ads, but seems only working inside China) I strongly suggest you install a client software rather than using a website because many websites are full of ads. And many of them are only working in some particular browsers, like infamous IE series. ...


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I think it's needless to point out that you do realize that [hanzi --> pinyin] is not a straightforward function, because of the ambiguous relation of characters and pronunciation (多音字). Character by character rendering is a very simple way, but will leave you with many false pinyin syllables and/or multiple options.This site gives all the different pinyins ...


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You can install ibus and ibus-pinyin (there's also google pinyin but I personally prefer ibus-pinyin) or scim. Scim is more the historical software, but ibus is definitely better. You will probably have to restart (!), but then there's about no configuration: at most, you learn the shortcuts to switch between input methods.


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I would recommend Google Pinyin which I use everyday: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.inputmethod.pinyin


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try to use "Sougou pinyin for Windows(exe)", for Linux use "Sougou pinyin for 32bit Linux(deb)" or "Sougou pinyin for 64bit Linux(deb)" or "Sougou pinyin for Mac OS(dmg)" or "Sougou pinyin for Android (apk)"


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外國地名譯名 http://data.gov.tw/node/gov/resource/9441 Taiwan, traditional characters, csv 外国地名译名手册 / Mainland https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%A4%96%E5%9B%BD%E5%9C%B0%E5%90%8D%E8%AF%91%E5%90%8D%E6%89%8B%E5%86%8C Mainland, simplified characters, but can only find scanned copies online


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http://jingyan.baidu.com/article/a17d5285399a948099c8f243.html If your OS is Windows 7, you can use "Tablet PC Input Board".


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I think this meets your need: http://tegaki.org/


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As mentioned by vermillion, various IME's include this functionality. But there are other ways of doing this. One way could be with a script similar to this one for windows Autohotkey_L. However, Autohotkey is not available for Gnu/Linux, so this would need to be reworked. A good text expansion app for Gnu/Linux is AutoKey. I made an example that can be ...


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Python's pypinyin module does what you want. Check it out at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pypinyin. I highly recommend taking Python's antigravity module for a spin as well, it's a real trip.



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