Text Mining | LTS

Tuesday, November 5 at 2:10pm to 4:00pm

E.W.F.M. Library / Mart Library / Computing Center, 292
8 E Packer Ave, Bethlehem, PA 18015

Text mining, also known as Text Analytics is the process of deriving high-quality informationfrom text. It is the process of examining large collections of written resources to generate new information and to transform the unstructured text into structured data for use in further analysis. Text mining identifies facts, relationships and assertions that would otherwise remain buried in the mass of textual big data. These facts are extracted and turned into structured data, for analysis and visualization. In this seminar you’ll learn the basics of Text Mining.
Prerequisites: Programming background is required. Basic knowledge of general CS concepts such as data structures, linear algebra and design of algorithm is required.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Topic

Development & Training

Target Audience

Undergrad Students, Graduate Students, Faculty, Staff

Website

https://cf.lehigh.edu/seminar

Department
Library and Technology Services (LTS)
Contact Information

insem@lehigh.edu

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