Welcome to TAML!#

This is the Jupyter Book for the Text Analysis and Machine Learning (TAML) Group at Stanford Libraries.

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Do you want to learn Python but don’t know how to get started? Attend the Fall Quarter 2022 Text Analysis and Machine Learning Bootcamp!

This is relaxed, low-stakes environments for beginners who have little or no experience programming in Python and want to learn it for purposes of computational text analysis and machine learning.

Thank you to everyone who made the Fall Quarter 2022 Text Analysis and Machine Learning (TAML) Bootcamp such a success! More training dates coming soon.#

  • Monday, September 19, 2022 - Learn the software needed to program Python on September 19 along with its basic syntax for importing, wrangling, and visualizing data.     * AM session: 10AM-12PM (overview and chapters 1-3)     * PM session: 1PM-3PM (chapters 4 and 5)

  • Wednesday, September 21, 2022 - - Understand basic principles for working with text data and machine learning.     * AM session: 10AM-12PM (chapter 6)     * PM session: 1PM-3PM (chapter 7)

  • Friday September 23, 2022 - Deep dive into the spaCy and BERTopic libraries for supercharged text preprocessing and topic modeling.     * AM session: 10AM-12PM (chapter 8)     * PM session: 1PM-3PM (chapter 9)

Software and Services for Data Science (SSDS)#

Hosted by the Text Analysis and Machine Learning Working Group (TAML) at Software and Serivces for Data Science (SSDS) at the Stanford University Cecil H. Green Library. Visit us at https://ssds.stanford.edu

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