Tag: gavagai

Lecture 7: Learning from Massive Datasets

Lecture 7: Learning from Massive Datasets from Marina Santini In this lecture we explore how big datasets can be used with the Weka workbench and what other issues are currently under discussion in the real world, for ex: big data…

Cloud & Big Data Day

On 24th Sept 2013, I attended the CLOUD & BIG DATA DAY in Stockholm (Kista) organized by SICS and EIT ICT Labs. Cloud & Big Data Day is part of SICS Software Week that takes place every year. The specific…

Reflection: Analysing Emotions of Social Writing

by Marina Santini A few days ago, I attended a fascinating session organized by the Quantified Self Stockholm (QS) MeetuUp, in a venue with an inspiring name, Psykologifabriken (The Psychology Factory), in center Stockholm. This QS session – Adding Power…

Review: Creating Corpora With Active Learning

PhD thesis reviewed by Marina Santini Fredrik Olsson, Bootstrapping Named Entity Annotation by Means of Active Machine Learning: A Method for Creating Corpora. Doctoral thesis, University of Gothenburg, 2008 Download thesis from this page: http://soda.swedish-ict.se/3518/ The PhD thesis “Bootstrapping Named…

Reblogging: Gavagai! Gavagai!

Source: Follow the Data Blog — Follow the Data podcast, episode 1: Gavagai! Gavagai! by Mikael Huss Podcast link: Follow The Data | Episode 1 – Gavagai! Gavagai! This first episode, as has been mentioned before on this blog, is about a…

Review: The Word-Space Model Revisited

PhD thesis reviewed by Marina Santini The Word-Space Model by Magnus Sahlgren, Doctoral Thesis in Computational Linguistics at Stockholm University, Sweden 2006 Available online at: http://www.sics.se/~mange/TheWordSpaceModel.pdf Contents and Research Questions The PhD thesis The Word-Space Model by Magnus Sahlgren contains…

Reblogging: Big Data Week

A good week for (big) data (science) Source: Follow the data – A Data Driven Blog, Posted by Mikael Huss, 10 March 2012 A good week for (big) data (science) Perhaps as a subconscious compensation for my failure to attend Strata 2012 last week…