Some models can be configured to use wordlists. Wordlists are used to add custom words to the models vocabulary.
Allowlists are used to allow certain words. For example, if you want to allow the word
apple in a model, you can add it to a wordlist and then add the wordlist as
allowlist to the model. Afterwards that model wont match the word apple.
Blocklists are used to block certain words. For example, if you want to block the word
windows in a model, you can add it to a wordlist and then add the wordlist as
blocklist to the model. Afterwards that model will start matching the word windows.
Creating a wordlist
To create a new wordlist:
- Go to models in the dashboard
- Select Wordlists in the sidebar
- Press “Create new wordlist”
- Give the wordlist a name
- Start adding words
- Visit your project and add the wordlist to a model
Smart lists vs. Strict mode
The wordlists are smart and automatically understand inflections of words. For example, if you add the word
run to a wordlist, the model will also recognize
By default the wordlist is checked against a word’s base form, so you only need to add the base form of each word. You can enable strict comparison to check the exact word and manually add all inflections.