Monthly Archive: November 2016

Word2Vec made simple

I recently came across a GitHub repository which demonstrates how to train and use Word2Vec. Given the massive interest in deep learning and word embeddings, there are many similar tutorials out there. The nice thing about this particular one is the fact that it is prepared as Jupyter Notebooks which makes it easy to follow the tutorial and make changes to the code. I have to admit that it also gave me a very good excuse to play with technologies such as anaconda and Jupyter Notebooks. The same author published another GitHub repository which discusses the Word2Vec at a slower pace and provides slightly…
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