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Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK
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Language Sleuthing HOWTO with NLTK

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A talk given at the August 2010 meeting of the Linux Users of Victoria. About using their mailing list of some 20,000 messages (since the start of 2007) with over 2 million words, as a demonstration …

A talk given at the August 2010 meeting of the Linux Users of Victoria. About using their mailing list of some 20,000 messages (since the start of 2007) with over 2 million words, as a demonstration of using a web corpus in NLTK (Natural Language Tool Kit), the Python library.

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