Methods workshop by Christopher Cochrane: Getting Started with Text Analysis in Python

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The Centre for the Study of Democratic citizenship presents a methods workshop by:

Prof Dr. Christopher Cochrane (University of Toronto)

Getting Started with Text Analysis in Python

Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 9am until 12pm
Room 430, 3610 McTavish Street, McGill University

This seminar introduces data and textual analysis in Python, using Anaconda’s Python distribution and the NLTK platform for natural language processing.  The goal of the course is to prepare students with tools and code to start analyzing their own data in Python. No prior experience with coding or NLP is required, and we will install relevant software and modules at the beginning of the class.  Although installation will be covered in the seminar, students who will not have internet access should install Python 3.6 (https://www.anaconda.com/download/) (PC users install 32-bit version) and NLTK (https://www.nltk.org/data.html) beforehand.

 
Please bring your own laptop.

All are welcome!
 

For more information on other seminars by CSDC, please visit: http://csdc-cecd.ca/learning/csdc-methods-seminars/

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