initial release of an open educational resource. – A Humanist’s Cookbook for Natural Language Processing in Python.
The project is presented as a series of notebooks, a series of Python 3 recipes for common problems and issues associated with preparing data for text analysis and natural language processing. The target audience is students—intermediate programmers who have begun to learn their way around Python but who need a little help pulling the pieces together to get something done.
The project has two main goals:
- Present code blocks for common problems.
- Contextualize those blocks with humanists in mind.
Brandon Walsh and Rebecca Draughon. “A Humanist’s Cookbook For Natural Language Processing In Python”. Published September 10, 2020. https://scholarslab.lib.virginia.edu/blog/a-humanists-cookbook-for-natural-language-processing-in-python/.