Coffee and Code: Natural Language Processing with Python

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Github repository for this workshop: https://github.com/unmrds/cc-nlp https://github.com/unmrds/cc-nlp

The processing and analysis of natural languages is a core requirement for extracting structured information from spoken, signed, or written language and for feeding that information into systems or processes that generate insights from, or responses to provided language data. As languages that are naturally evolved and not designed for a specific purpose natural languages pose significant challenges when developing automated systems.

Natural Language Processing - the class of activities in which language analysis, interpretation, and generation play key roles - is used in many disciplines as is demonstrated by this random sample of recent papers using NLP to address very different research problems:

"Unsupervised entity and relation extraction from clinical records in Italian" (1)
"Candyflipping and Other Combinations: Identifying Drug–Drug Combinations from an Online Forum" (2)
"How Can Linguistics Help to Structure a Multidisciplinary Neo Domain such as Exobiology?" (3)
"Bag of meta-words: A novel method to represent document for the sentiment classification" (4)
"Information Needs and Communication Gaps between Citizens and Local Governments Online during Natural Disasters" (5)
"Mining the Web for New Words: Semi-Automatic Neologism Identification with the NeoCrawler" (6)
"Distributed language representation for authorship attribution" (7)
"Toward a computational history of universities: Evaluating text mining methods for interdisciplinarity detection from PhD dissertation abstracts" (8)
"Ecological momentary interventions for depression and anxiety" (9)

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Karl Benedict
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University of New Mexico Research Data Services
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Data analysis
Data coding
Natural language processing
Python
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Friday, October 19, 2018
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University of New Mexico Research Data Services
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Karl Benedict
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University of New Mexico Research Data Services
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Data professional
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More than 1 hour (but less than 1 day)