DeepKE Documentation



DeepKE is a knowledge extraction toolkit supporting cnSchema,low-resource, document-level and multimodal scenarios. It provides three functions based PyTorch, including Named Entity Recognition, Relation Extraciton and Attribute Extraction. DeepKE implements various information extraction tasks, including named entity recognition, relation extraction and attribute extraction. With a unified framework, DeepKE allows developers and researchers to customize datasets and models to extract information from unstructured texts according to their requirements. Specifically, DeepKE not only provides various functional modules and model implementation for different functions and scenarios but also organizes all components by consistent frameworks to maintain sufficient modularity and extensibility. Moreover, DeepKE has quipped with comprehensive documents as well as Google Colab tutorials for beginners. Users can install DeepKE via 'pip install deepke'. We will provide maintenance to meet new requests, add new tasks, and fix bugs in the future.

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author = {Ningyu Zhang, Xin Xu, Liankuan Tao, Haiyang Yu, Hongbin Ye, Shuofei Qiao, Xin Xie, Xiang Chen, Zhoubo Li, Lei Li, Xiaozhuan Liang, Yunzhi Yao, Shumin Deng, Peng Wang, Wen Zhang, Zhenru Zhang, Chuanqi Tan, Qiang Chen, Feiyu Xiong, Fei Huang, Guozhou Zheng, Huajun Chen},
journal = {},
title = {{DeepKE: A Deep Learning Based Knowledge Extraction Toolkit for Knowledge Base Population}},
year = {2022}

Support Weight & Biases


To achieve automatic hyper-parameters fine-tuning, DeepKE adopts Weight & Biases, a machine learning toolkit for developers to build better models faster. With this toolkit, DeepKE can visualize results and tune hyper-parameters better automatically. The example running files for all functions in the repository support the toolkit and researchers are able to modify the metrics and hyper-parameter configuration as needed. The detailed usage of this toolkit refers to the official document

Support Notebook Tutorials

We provide Google Colab tutorials and jupyter notebooks in the github repository as example implementation of every functions in different scenarios. These tutorials can be run directly and lead developers and researchers to have a whole picture of DeepKE’s application methods.

You can go colab directly:

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