Natural Language processing with R - Oct 6

Natural Language processing with R - Oct 6

Posted by manager

Updated: Oct 10, 2014

1. Content:

We'll first introduce the critical text processing operations in R that you'll need to do any natural language modeling, and then we'll cover two essential building blocks of NLP:  parsing and n-gram models.


2. Speaker:

Charlie Redmon, Project Manager of SupStat Inc which is a data analytic consulting and training firm.


3. Scenario Review:

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4. Relevant Materials:


1. After our discussion last night of R packages for different essential NLP operations I came across this package called Rstem, which provides an implementation of the Porter stemmer with language-specific modifications for a number of European languages (French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Russian, and Finnish).

Here's the link to the package description:


5. Further Information:

Twitter: @SupStat  @@NycDataSci

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