Online NLG demos
This page lists demos of NLG systems available online.
http://www.hcrc.ed.ac.uk/ilex/demos/museum.cgi is a virtual museum system; it automatically produces descriptions of museum items, taking into account the educational importance of particular aspects of the objects.
http://www.dynamicmultimedia.com.au/peba/ is an on-line animal encyclopedia that produces descriptions and comparisons of animals as web pages.
Pollen Forecast for Scotland
http://www.mri.mq.edu.au/%7Epeba/PowerTNG/ is another virtual museum which dynamically generates descriptions of museum objects.
http://www.cogentex.com/products/reporter.html generates dynamic web-based project status reports from files created with Microsoft Project or other compatible project management software. Reports feature hyperlinked textual descriptions of project elements, as well as coordinated multimodal display with an interactive Gantt chart applet.
Spatial descriptions for Kirklees in West Yorkshire
Ross Turner's Spatial descriptions for Kirklees in West Yorkshire NLG demo takes as input a latitude and a longitude value, and generates a short spacial description relative to other places in the area.
http://www.mri.mq.edu.au/stockreporter/ is a system which produces descriptions of stock market data.
http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/research/stop/ produces personalised smoking-cessation leaflets, based on responses to a smoking questionnaire. The online version of STOP is a simplified version of the main STOP system, which is based on paper input and output.
http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/research/sumtime/ SumTime-Mousam generates textual weather forecasts from numerical weather data. This demo shows how textual descriptions of changes in wind speed and direction are generated from wind data.
There is a corresponding dataset called SumTimeMeteo available.
A related demo generates pollen forecasts for Scotland http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~rturner/cgi_bin/pollen.html This may be easier for non-meteorologists to understand, and the demo shows the human corpus texts as well as the computer-generated texts.
http://www.dfki.de/service/nlg-demo/ automatically generates air quality reports for the Franco-German border area in the Moselle-Saar region.
XIG - CStar Italian Generator
http://ecate.itc.it:1024/projects/cstar/cstar.html is a system for generating Italian sentences from the interlingua content representation Interchange Format) adopted inside the C-STAR II project, whose target is to build a speech to speech translation system able to treat spontaneous speech. The application domain is tourist information.
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