Programming

Emacs, Clojure, and Japanese

This might be proof that I’m crazy. I’m working on a project for my NLP class that involves generating a semantic vector space for Japanese text, and I decided that this might be a good time to learn one of the LISP dialects. I’ve been looking at Clojure for a while now, but I hadn’t taken the time to learn it before. I must say, I’m quite impressed so far. The fact that reading a Japanese XML document into a data structure «just works» without any tweaking is pretty nice.