get nouns from pos tags

>>> from nltk import word_tokenize, pos_tag>>> sentence = "At eight o'clock on Thursday film morning word line test best beautiful Ram Aaron design">>> nouns = [token for token, pos in pos_tag(word_tokenize(sentence)) if pos.startswith('N')]>>> nouns['Thursday', 'film', 'morning', 'word', 'line', 'test', 'Ram', 'Aaron', 'design']

How To Run JMeter In Non-GUI Mode And Generate Report

CLI Mode (Command Line mode was called NON-GUI mode)

For load testing, you must run JMeter in this mode (Without the GUI) to get the optimal results from it. To do so, use the following command options:

This specifies JMeter is to run in cli mode
[name of JMX file that contains the Test Plan].
[name of JTL file to log sample results to].
[name of JMeter run log file].
Run the test in the servers specified by the JMeter property “remote_hosts”
[list of remote servers] Run the test in the specified remote servers
[path to CSV file] generate report dashboard only
generate report dashboard after load test
output folder where to generate the report dashboard after load test. Folder must not exist or be empty

The script also lets you specify the optional firewall/proxy server information:

[proxy server hostname or ip address]
[proxy server port]


jmeter -n -t my_test.jmx -l log.jtl -H my.proxy.server -P 8000

If the property jmeterengine.stopfail.system.exit is set to true (default is false), then JMeter will invoke System.exit(1) if it cannot stop all threads. Normally this is not necessary.

Run JMeter in Non-GUI mode:

jmeter -n -t my_test.jmx -l log.jtl

Generating Reports Using JMeter:

jmeter -g log.jtl -o /path/to/output/folder

Viewing Generated Report:

[1] if you are in local then go to the output folder and click on index.html

[2] if you are in the server then you have 2 approaches:

i): using scp copy that folder to your local.

ii): or, simply go inside of output folder and run the python http server by the following command

# If Python version returned above is 3.Xpython3 -m http.server 8000# On windows try "python" instead of "python3"# If Python version returned above is 2.Xpython -m SimpleHTTPServe 8000

You can browse output folder into your browser by hitting server URL (server_address:port/) for example