wastholm.tumblr.com/post/50265552789/showoff-at-lill-skansen, posted 12 May by peter
thetokenizer.com/2013/05/09/efficient-way-to-extract-the-main-topics-of-a-sentence/, posted 10 May by peter in language nlp python toread
Last week, while working on new features for our product, I had to find a quick and efficient way to extract the main topics/objects from a sentence. Since I’m using Python, I initially thought that it’s going to be a very easy task to achieve with NLTK. However, when I tried its default tools (POS tagger, Parser…), I indeed got quite accurate results, but performance was pretty bad. So I had to find a better way. Like I did in my previous post, I’ll start with the bottom line – Here you can find my code for extracting the main topics/noun phrases from a given sentence. It works fine with real sentences (from a blog/news article). It’s a bit less accurate compared to the default NLTK tools, but it works much faster!
twitter.com/wastholm/status/332781114575966208, posted 10 May by peter
So apparently, it's fashionable to be creeped out by Linkedin now. This is just the latest example I've seen: http://t.co/r8ZNSpRtzn
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twitter.com/wastholm/status/331083589804511233, posted 5 May by peter
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