1 May 2018 11:00 - 13:00 S2, Alison Richard Building


Course leader: Dr Paul Nulty
This session will introduce word vectors and topic modelling, two of the most commonly used natural language processing methods in social science and humanities research. Topic models produce sets of words that may be interpreted as representing the underlying topics which give rise to a collection of texts, and produce estimates of the prevalence of each topic in each document. Word vectors allow quantitative comparison of word similarity and association. We will proceed through example code using the gensim python library, illustrating the application of these methods, and help attendees to get functioning examples up and running on their own system. 

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Cambridge Digital Humanities

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