[Chicago] python libraries for latent semantic indexing &c.

sheila miguez shekay at pobox.com
Thu Sep 23 16:09:26 CEST 2010

No one does this? seriously?

I'm not doing it for anything serious. I thought it would be amusing to use
a corpus based on the set of science fiction writers I like who also blog
and/or make their works available online. Then I was going to try random
amusing crap like 'sort by noir transhumanism' on my facebook wall.

though I'm thinking I want have a large enough corpus, and also that I might
not know enough to get anything other than nonsensical noise from whatever I
end up with.

But, it is an amusing way to pass the time.

On Sep 21, 2010 2:53 PM, "sheila miguez" <shekay at pobox.com> wrote:

I would be interested in hearing a talk about how someone has used
python for LSA, LDA, &c. analysis. Playing around myself, I found a
python library called gensim, and a java library called mallet.


I have not played around enough to give a talk, and being a complete
newbie with this, I would not want to. I'd like to hear someone with
relevant experience give a talk.

thanks thanks

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