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2 HOW TO RUN What follows is a sketch of the procedure that describes how to run OpenMaTrEx. To simplify, in the documentation that follows this command is referred to as "OpenMaTrEx". To use the examples that follow, replace "OpenMaTrEx" by the actual command you need to run, for example "/home/mikel/OpenMaTrEx-test/OpenMaTrEx-0.98/OpenMaTrEx". 1.1 Training Here is the training sequence. Unless explicitly stated, a step is common to Marclator and MaTrEx modes. 1. Create a working directory. In this directory, create a subdirectory 'orig' to store your training and test data: train.S and train.T, and testset.S and testset.T, where S denotes the source language and T the target language. If you plan to use MERT to optimize the Moses weights (in MaTrEx mode), you will also need a devset.S file and a devset.T file. Each source file and its target counterpart must have the same number of lines (one sentence per line). NOTE: OpenMaTrEx has been tested on tokenized and lowercased files having no zero-word sentences nor sentences that are too long. To tokenize a file, you may use the script tokenizer/tokenizer.perl in the Moses scripts directory scripts-YYYYMMDD-HHMM. To filter sentences for length, you may use the file training/clean-corpus-n.perl, which may also be used to tokenize them at the same time.