Monthly Archives: March 2017

6 – 6 – Multinomial Naive Bayes_ A Worked Example – Stanford NLP-Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning

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6-5-Naive Bayes_ Relationship to Language Modeling-Stanford NLP-Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning

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Named Entity Recognition – Natural Language Processing With Python and NLTK p.7

Named entity recognition is useful to quickly find out what the subjects of discussion are. NLTK comes packed full of options for us. We can find just about any named entity, or we can look for specific ones. NLTK can either recognize a general Discover A Lot More

7 – 4 – Learning Sentiment Lexicons – Stanford NLP – Professor Dan Jurafsky & Chris Manning

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