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## Language Detection for twitter with 99.1% Accuracy

I released a newer prototype of Language Detection ( Language Identification ) with Infinity-Gram (ldig), a language detection prototype for twitter. https://github.com/shuyo/ldig It detects tweets in 17 languages with 99.1% accuracy (Czech, Dannish, German, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Italian, … Continue reading

Posted in Language Detection, NLP, Python
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## Collapsed Gibbs Sampling Estimation for Latent Dirichlet Allocation (3)

In the previous article, I introduced the simple implement of the collapsed gibbs sampling estimation for Latent Dirichlet Allocation(LDA). However each word topic z_mn is initialized to a random topic in this implement, there are some toubles. First, it needs … Continue reading

Posted in LDA, Python
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## Collapsed Gibbs Sampling Estimation for Latent Dirichlet Allocation (2)

Before iterations of LDA estimation, it is necessary to initialize parameters. Collapsed Gibbs Sampling (CGS) estimation has the following parameters. z_mn : topic of word n of document m n_mz : word count of document m with topic z n_tz … Continue reading

Posted in LDA, Machine Learning, Python
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## Latent Dirichlet Allocation in Python

Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) is a language topic model. In LDA, each document has a topic distribution and each topic has a word distribution. Words are generated from topic-word distribution with respect to the drawn topics in the document. However … Continue reading

Posted in LDA, Machine Learning, NLP, Python, text analysis
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## Conditional Random Fields in Python

I implemented conditional random fields in python/numpy/scipy. This is my study implements, not practical. http://github.com/shuyo/iir/blob/master/sequence/crf.py – liner-chain CRF, each binary feature function has one observation and one latent variable or two latent variables. – less 200 lines for CRF module … Continue reading

Posted in Machine Learning, Python
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