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ImportError: cannot import name 'degree_centrality_scores' from 'lexrank'

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Got this issue on MacBook Pro. Python version: 3.7.4


python3 -m venv env
source env/bin/activate
pip3 install lexrank
python3 -c "from lexrank import degree_centrality_scores"

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  • State:open
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:8

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hansharhoffcommented, May 13, 2022

I endend up using this example which has copied the relevant code to a single file:

LozanoAlvarezbcommented, Jan 15, 2021

Currently, the degree_centrality_scores function’s code is only on dev. So the easiest would be to just clone the repository somewhere near your own code, checkout dev, and just import the function like that:

import sys
from lexrank.lexrank import  degree_centrality_score

Just for anyone who is here with the same problem

The import is

from lexrank.lexrank import degree_centrality_scores

with an “s”

Also, in the README there is a typo. Change every instance of “thershold” for “threshold”

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