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Redis and Python: Building a Markov-chain IRC bot

Charles Leifer:

As an IRC bot enthusiast and tinkerer, I would like to describe the most enduring and popular bot I’ve written, a markov-chain bot. Markov chains can be used to generate realistic text, and so are great fodder for IRC bots.

Redis acts, in many ways, like a big python dictionary that can store several types of useful data structures. For our purposes, we will use the set data type. The top-level keyspace will contain our “keys”, which will be encoded links in our markov chain. At each key there will be a set of words that have followed the words encoded in the key. To generate “random” messages, we’ll use the “SRANDMEMBER” command, which returns a random member from a set.

  1. You could use other NoSQL database for this, but you’d miss Redis’s support for sets and the O(1) SRANDMEMBER
  2. On the other hand imagine storing the corpus in a graph database where the nodes would represent the words and vertices would carry to pieces of information: the frequency of the connection in the corpus and the frequence of the connection used to generate the output.

Original title and link: Redis and Python: Building a Markov-chain IRC bot (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)