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Lecture: Semantic Word Clouds

Semantics in Language Technology: Lecture: Semantic Word Clouds
Course website: http://stp.lingfil.uu.se/~santinim/sais/2014/sais_2014.htm

Outline: word clouds, semantic word clouds, tag clouds, quantitative evaluation, wordle, similarity, dissimilarity, evaluation criteria, layout, semantically-related words, meaningful adjacencies

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2 Responses to “Lecture: Semantic Word Clouds”

  1. Dear Marina Santini, As always impressive, well-documented work from your desk. When your time allows it, I would invite you to have a look at the WordMaps topology. It’s claim is to make users more productive and optimising the balance between interpretation errors Type I and II. The current no. of implemented distinctions surpasses 1,3 million and the no. of curated words exceeds 3,3 millions. Best wishes, Olfert Rahbek, The WordMaps Project

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