Refers to a subset of data mining concerned with extracting information from data in the form of text by recognizing patterns. The goal of text mining is often to classify a given document into one of a number of categories in an automatic way, and to improve this performance dynamically, making it ...

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can we generate a random words from English letters that follow the bigram of the English language

The main issue is that several research building their solution of detecting and classifying English language is based on bigram distribution. However, I would like to know if it possible to generate ...
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In Kneser-Ney smoothing, how are unseen words handled?

From what I have seen, the (second-order) Kneser-Ney smoothing formula is in some way or another given as $ \begin{align} P^2_{KN}(w_n|w_{n-1}) &= \frac{\max \left\{ C\left(w_{n-1}, w_n\right) - ...
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Naive Bayes and text classification: which probability model and vectorizer combination makes sense?

I am wondering which combinations of Naive models can be paired with different vectorizing methods so that it makes sense. Let's say we have a simple binary spam-classification task. Multinomial ...
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choosing best value for N when using N-Gram approach

the question is quite general, but I am doing a research related to supervised machine learning to classify two set of characters into two categories. in fact, I want to compute some measures of ...
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Using topic words generated by LDA to represent a document

I want to do document classification by representing each document as a set of features. I know that there are many ways: BOW, TFIDF, ... I want to use Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) to extract ...
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Unsupervised machine learning with numerical and text data

My dataset has numerical variables and one "Note" variable with around a paragraph of text. I'd like to classify the data with an unsupervised learning algorithm. I've done some searching and one ...
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Asking tweet classification

I want to ask you the process to classify the tweet data. Now, I am working to Twitter data but i have confuse how to classify the tweet data using Mallet Tool. Example; I have 200,000 tweets. The ...
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Extracting city name from free text?

I'm having a set of free text from web. Since the users type their location in that field, we have many un-normalized city names. For example, "Shanghai, China" "China, ShangHai" might mean the ...
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How do I extract a keyword plus its corresponding number out of a text

I am finding my way around in the different text mining tools, but I can't find the technique that does the following: Extract out of the follwing advertisement texts ...
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Using a Dictionary for Text Mining

I want to use a dictionary to analyze a text with text mining mechanisms. So I'm looking for a dictionary with scores for each words, so for example the word "cool", +1, gets a positive score, the ...
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Mallet API installation

I am trying to use the mallet API to classify text. Previously created classifier using the command line tool. I don't know to use Mallet packages using Java. Thank you
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Get positions/values from heat costs bill

for a project I need to extract values from customers yearly heat costs bill. The customer takes a photo of the bill and the program should extract the values heating period of the billing, type of ...
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CoreNLP SemanticGraph - search for edges with specific lemmas

I'm using Stanford CoreNLP's dependency parser, and wondering how to make a generic search for SemanticEdge(s) with specific head lemma, dependent lemma, and lexical relationship. For example, if I ...
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automatic assign class name based on text

My question is , I have a set of plain text , i want to create category based on the text. Eg: i have written something about Soup recepie then the algorithm must create a category called Food. After ...
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Multi-class Confusion Matrix to Binary confusion matrix

i know the main concepts of data/text mining but i used them mainly in binary classification problems (just two classes). i am now dealing with a problem with 8 classes and i am atruggling how to ...
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Using relative frequency for Euclidean and cosine distance (dissimilarity)

How to calculate the Euclidean distance (dissimilarity) between two documents, e.g., D1 and D2 using relative frequency? Here is an example of both cosine and Euclidean distance between two ...
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Finding related words

I have several files, each of which contains unique terms which are related to each other(without sentence structure). So for finding the word relationships I created a dictionary of bi-grams for ...
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Weighting words based on position in text

I'm currently working on semantic analysis and had a question about text organization and structure. Are there any algorithms, or statistical / machine-learning models that weight the importance of a ...
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Categorizing text into IPTC subjects

Does anyone know where I can find a corpus I can use to train a classifier into IPTC news categories (http://www.iptc.org/site/NewsCodes/) ? A google search was not very useful. Thank you
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predict category by using K-NN algorithm having text features

I would like to predict the category of the provided data by using K-NN algorithm. Here is an example of the training data set ...
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Dimensionality reduction (PCA) for plotting text documents on a graph

I have 50 text documents There are 500 possible words, after a stop list has been applied My term/document sparse matrix is therefore 50x500 I'd like to cluster these documents. One easy way to do ...
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SVM Classification with Duplicate Training Instances

I'm using SVMs with linear kernel for sentence classification (binary). My dataset contains many duplicate instances i.e. many sentences in the training set have identical feature vectors. In the ...
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Post-process the output of a Multinomial Naive Bayes text classifier

I have a multinomial text classification application where there are other features than the words in text which can be useful to do the classification e.g, contains email address, contains an URL, ...
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In Naive Bayes, why bother with Laplacian smoothing when we have unknown words in the test set?

I was reading over Naive Bayes Classification today. I read, under the heading of Parameter Estimation with add 1 smoothing: "Let $c$ refer to a class (such as Positive or Negative), and let $w$ ...
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Power Analysis for Text Mining

I have a population of 6 million text files with which I want to perform sentiment analysis (and text analysis more generally). I will need to manually hand code a subset of these texts into positive ...
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Binary classification of dated text documents with seasonality

I have a collection of training documents with publication dates, where each document is labeled as belonging (or not) to some topic T. I want to train a model that will predict for a new document ...
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What algorithms should I use to perform job classification based on resume data?

Note that I am doing everything in R. The problem goes as follow: Basically, I have a list of resumes (CVs). Some candidates will have work experience before and some don't. The goal here is to: ...
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Feature selection : how to select the Information Gain threshold?

I am trying to use Information Gain to select features when classifying text with a Support Vector Machine. For each word in our training data, we computed its information gain. Then, we should keep ...
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How to increase a particular terms's weightage?

I am doing Text classification using LibSVM in Rapid Miner. I am using TFIDF values for processing documents. I need to Increase weightage of some terms in the documents(for eg. words in BOLD and ...
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How to collect related words with specified one?

Assume I have a word such as statistics, and research articles or text books about statistics. My question is how to detect top 100 related, highly associated ...
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How to implement data I have to svmtrain() function in MATLAB?

I have to write a script using MATLAB which will classify my data. My data consists of 1051 web pages (rows) and 11000+ words (columns). The first 230 rows are about computer science course (to be ...
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Hierarchical text classification in R

I am working Automatic Email routing. My historical data set has Email Description,Division and Category. There are around 20 division and 150 categories. I have built one vs. all classifier ...
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Naive Bayes: Imbalanced Dataset in Real-time Scenario

I am using scikit-learn Multinomial Naive Bayes classifier for binary text classification (classifier tells me whether the document belongs to the category X or not). I use a balanced dataset to train ...
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Assigning meaningful cluster name automatically

The objective of my work is to cluster the text documents. Once the documents are clustered, traditionally the system will assign numeric value for the clustered group. For example if I have 5 ...
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How do I perform an IDF calculation?

How do I perform an IDF calculation? I am uncertain as to whether IDF should be calculated in per-class level or for the entire document set (that contains multiple classes).
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I have an easy Text mining frequency question

I have a very simple question. I am doing a simple frequency analysis where I am looking at two documents and comparing the frequency of the top used words in each document. I want to do a comparison ...
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Selecting number of clustering classes automatically

I am working in text clustering. I would like to find a way to identify the number of classes for the clustering process automatically rather than proving the number of class manually. Is their any ...
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What are the mathematics I need to learn, before I start research in data mining [duplicate]

I usually use text mining, graph mining, Information retrieval, and natural lanuage processing. Also i will use the fundamental concepts of data mining like classification, association and clustering. ...
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Comparing topic distributions between corpora using Latent Dirichlet Allocation and R topicmodels or python gensim

So I am working on a problem where I want to extract a set of LDA topics from one corpus, and then compare the distribution of those topics in other corpora. So basically I want to lock-in the topics ...
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Create a matrix of tf-idf values from documents

I have a set of documents like: D1 = "The sky is blue." D2 = "The sun is bright." D3 = "The sun in the sky is bright." and a ...
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In which Data Stream Mining Algorithms do Damped Windows make sense?

For Data Stream Mining, especially in Document Classification, the most common ML algorithms are Multinomial Naive Bayes, Stochastic Gradient Descent and Ozbag (ADWIN). When looking at their ageing ...
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Training a multiclass SVM

I am using Support Vecotr Machine(SVM) with 4 Class. My corpus contain 185 documents with 4 different subjects. For each subject I defined a profile with 3 or 4 keywords (of course they are separated ...
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How to measure the similarity among categories?

Suppose we have several documents. These docs are classified into several categories. But there could be issues like these: The categories may not be properly defined. Or The categories are properly ...
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Alternatives to bag-of-words based classifiers for text classification?

Most of the text classifiers are based on the bag-of-words approach where you loose the context that a particular word appears. As a solution (or simple solution?) we can use n-grams as features. But ...
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Hierarchiqual prediction using R

I'm pretty new in R, and I couldn't find any information about a package who can do the following: supposing that I have a set of data (for instance, different text documents), which can have several ...
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What does Language Model look like?

I am working on a machine learning + NLP project. The corpora is from a very specific domain. Someone tells me I need a language model for that specific domain. So I decide to build one myself since ...
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Clustering structured data: Assessing the similarity of documents that appear in tree structure

Usually when performing text document clustering, similarities across documents are assessed based on the lexical content of documents. But, in my problem, I wish to consider both the lexical content ...
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Calculating TF-IDF in Matlab for Stop Words

I have been calculating tf-idf for removing stop words in my file. I am experiencing problems. First let us have a look at code I have written.. ...
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How can I analyze my incoming email?

I would like to analyze the email I receive in my Gmail inbox in order to systematically come up with effective Gmail filters for the most common types of email. I am prepared to manually curate and ...
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LexRank damping factor

I am looking into using LexRank to do some text summarization. I am looking at the original paper. One thing that puzzles me is whether a damping factor is used or not. The formulae are all using it, ...