For adventurous beginners in NLP. For this project, we’ll be using PyCaret: PyCaret is an open source, low-code machine learning library in Python that allows you to go from preparing your data to deploying your model within seconds in your choice of notebook environment.¹ PyCaret PyCaret does a lot more than NLP. It also does a … Continue reading Exploring the Trump Twitter Archive with PyCaret
Opinionated advice for the rest of us. Love of math, optional. Since my article about my journey to data science, I’ve had a lot of people ask me for advice regarding their own journey towards becoming a data scientist. A common theme started to emerge: aspiring data scientists are confused about how to start, and … Continue reading The Slacker’s Guide to Rebranding Yourself as a Data Scientist
A visual step-by-step guide to replacing the default terminal application with iTerm2. Over the weekend, I’ve decided to restore my Macbook Pro to factory settings so I can have a clean start at setting up a programming environment. In this post, we’ll work through setting up oh-my-zsh and iTerm2 on the Mac. This is what … Continue reading Terminal Makeover with Oh-my-zsh and iTerm.
Setting up a Macbook Pro to replace the default terminal and manage Python versions using pyenv.
Using PyCaret, we’ll create a natural language pipeline that does topic modeling on a dataset.
I have a recurring dream where my instructor from a coding boot camp would constantly beat my head with a ruler telling me to read a package or library’s documentation. Hence, as a past time, I would find myself digging into Python or Panda’s documentation. Today, I found myself wandering into pandas’ .drop() function. So, … Continue reading Drop It Like It’s Hot
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