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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What sort of correlations are you looking for? I was focusing on detecting plagiarism [perlmonks.org] at one point and found that breaking things down by sentence was more useful. As I don't know what you're trying to do, I've no idea if that link will prove useful.

    • Detecting plagiarism is much more specific than this problem. I want to be able to analyze a document and suggest a handful of other documents that, from their intertextual context at least, appear to discuss similar things. For example, a tutorial about creating homemade pizza dough is probably not very similar to a journal entry about linguistic analysis, but probably is similar to an article discussing different types of pizza ovens.

      I'm trying to answer the question "Do the relevant topics of these