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Natural Language Processing in Python

The majority of data is unstructured. This includes information recorded in books, online articles, and audio files. In this track, you’ll gain the core Natural Language Processing (NLP) skills you need to convert that data into valuable insights—from learning how to automatically transcribe TED talks through to identifying whether a movie review is positive or negative. Along the way, you’ll be introduced to popular NLP Python libraries, including NLTK, scikit-learn, spaCy, and SpeechRecognition. By the end of the track, you'll be ready to transcribe audio files and understand how to extract insights from real-world sources, including Wikipedia articles, online review sites, and data from a flight booking system.

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Introduction to Natural Language Processing in Python

Learn fundamental natural language processing techniques using Python and how to apply them to extract insights from real-world text data.

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Katharine Jarmul

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    Katharine JarmulFounder, kjamistanSee Katharine Jarmul's Portfolio
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  • Azadeh Mobasher Headshot
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