Benjamin Bengfort, Rebecca Bilbro, Tony Ojeda's Applied Text Analysis with Python: Enabling Language Aware PDF

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By Benjamin Bengfort, Rebecca Bilbro, Tony Ojeda

ISBN-10: 1491963042

ISBN-13: 9781491963043

The programming panorama of traditional language processing has replaced dramatically long ago few years. computer studying methods now require mature instruments like Python’s scikit-learn to use versions to textual content at scale. This functional advisor exhibits programmers and information scientists who've an intermediate-level figuring out of Python and a simple knowing of computing device studying and average language processing the best way to develop into more adept in those intriguing parts of information science.

This booklet provides a concise, concentrated, and utilized method of textual content research with Python, and covers themes together with textual content ingestion and wrangling, uncomplicated laptop studying on textual content, class for textual content research, entity answer, and textual content visualization. utilized textual content research with Python will make it easier to layout and increase language-aware info products.

You’ll learn the way and why computer studying algorithms make judgements approximately language to research textual content; tips on how to ingest, wrangle, and preprocess language facts; and the way the 3 fundamental textual content research libraries in Python paintings in live performance. eventually, this booklet will show you how to layout and enhance language-aware info products.

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For sentiment as positive or negative, each type of document can be grouped together into their own category subdirectory. If there are multiple users in a system that generate their own subcorpora of user-specific writing, for example for reviews or tweets, then each user can have their own subdirectory. Note, however, that the choice of organization on disk has a large impact on how documents are read by CorpusReader objects. All subdirectories need to be stored alongside each other in a single corpus root directory.

Web pages that comprise a website, further recursion is needed. Caution Another precaution that should be taken is rate limiting, or limiting the frequency at which you ping a website. In practice, you should insert a pause for a certain amount of time (usually at least a few seconds) between each web page you call. One of the reasons for doing this is that if we hit a website with too much traffic too fast, it might bring down the website if it is not equipped to handle that level of traffic. Another reason is that larger websites might not like the fact that you are crawling their site, and they might block your IP address so that you can’t use their site anymore.

Although regular expressions can be difficult, they do provide a powerful mechanism for specifying exactly what should be loaded by the corpus reader, and how. Alternatively, you could explicitly pass a list of categories and file ids, but that would make the reader a lot less flexible. By using regular expressions you could add new categories by simply creating a directory in your corpus, and add new documents by moving them to the correct directory. Now that we have access to the CorpusReader objects that come with NLTK, we will explore how to modify them specifically for use with the HTML content that we have been ingesting throughout the chapter so far.

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