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English: This report is part of Abstract_Wikipedia data science project (Abstract_Wikipedia/Data). The final project is hosted in abstract-wiki-ds.toolforge.org and the code is in GitHub (github.com/wikimedia/abstract-wikipedia-data-science). This is a summary report of all experiments done to analyze and find similar Scribunto modules. It contains the pros and cons of algorithms and features we have used and the final method we have chosen to work with, along with the modifications we made.
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A report on the experiments done to find similar Scribunto modules through clustering.

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26 February 2021


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