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This book is intended for Python programmers interested in learning how to do natural language processing. Maybe you've learned the limits of regular expressions the hard way, or you've realized that human language cannot be deterministically parsed like a computer language. Perhaps you have more text than you know what to do with, and need automated ways to analyze and st ...more
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Published August 26th 2014 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2014)
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Daniel Lee
Oct 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
In its introduction, the Python 3 Text Processing with NLTK 3 Cookbook claims to skip the preamble and ignore pedagogy, letting you jump straight into text processing. Although it does skip the preamble, I would argue that this statement is false – it definitely does not skip the pedagogy. The examples this book shows you are practical, understandable and well-explained.

The book is intended for those familiar with Python who want to use it in order to process natural language. Following this cre
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Jan 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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It is great when the author of a tool/library/software takes you on a tour through their creation. This book even more so. Perkins wrote a wonderful guide for his Natural Language Toolkit. The examples are clear, he explains the mechanisms but also keeps the book well structured for just quick reference or "cooking" (it is a cookbook after all).
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Jacob Perkins is an open source programmer, NLP hacker, and startup entrepreneur. He is currently the CTO & co-founder of Weotta, a semantic search engine for local events, activities, restaurants and more. His major open source contributions are to NLTK, a Python toolkit for natural language processing, and Seahorse, the Gnome encryption key application. He contributed a chapter to the Bad Data H ...more

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