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* NLTK: Natural Language Processing with Python (aka The NLTK book) [http://nltk.org/book online]
 
* NLTK: Natural Language Processing with Python (aka The NLTK book) [http://nltk.org/book online]
 
* AP: Aestheic Progamming: [https://www.aesthetic-programming.net/ online]
 
* AP: Aestheic Progamming: [https://www.aesthetic-programming.net/ online]
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== Tuesday 21 Sept 2021 (manetta + michael) ==
 
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* pad of today: https://pad.xpub.nl/p/si16-protoyping-week-2
 
* pad of today: https://pad.xpub.nl/p/si16-protoyping-week-2
  
Please add the notebooks in HTML format again in the [https://hub.xpub.nl/sandbol/carrier-bag-of-notebooks/ '''carrier-bag-of-notebooks'''] folder.  
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Please add the notebooks in HTML format again in the [https://hub.xpub.nl/soupboat/carrier-bag-of-notebooks/ '''carrier-bag-of-notebooks'''] folder.  
  
 
And a note about the NLTK chapter: in the section '''Getting Started with NLTK''', it includes a step in which you are asked to download a dataset, you can skip this, it is already downloaded on the yet-to-be-named server.
 
And a note about the NLTK chapter: in the section '''Getting Started with NLTK''', it includes a step in which you are asked to download a dataset, you can skip this, it is already downloaded on the yet-to-be-named server.
  
== Monday 4 Oct (manetta, michael online) ==
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== Monday 4 Oct (manetta, michael) ==
  
 
Review last readings + exercises
 
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* [http://www.nltk.org/book/ch02.html NLTK2: Accessing Text Corpora and Lexical Resources]
 
* [http://www.nltk.org/book/ch02.html NLTK2: Accessing Text Corpora and Lexical Resources]
  
== Monday 11 Oct (michael online) ==
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== Monday 11 Oct (michael) ==
  
 
Review last readings + exercises
 
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for next time (over break):
 
for next time (over break):
  
* [https://hub.xpub.nl/bootleglibrary/read/626/pdf#p166 XP9 Text II: Regular Expressions]
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* [http://www.nltk.org/book/ch03.html NLTK3: Processing Raw Text]
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== Autumn Vacation + Study Week ==
 
== Autumn Vacation + Study Week ==
  
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Friday: 17 Dec: Launch at Varia.
 
Friday: 17 Dec: Launch at Varia.
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[[Category:Vernacular Language Processing]]

Latest revision as of 11:13, 25 May 2022

Working with multiple text(book)s:

  • "XP" : Exploratory Programming for the Arts & Humanities online local copies
  • NLTK: Natural Language Processing with Python (aka The NLTK book) online
  • AP: Aestheic Progamming: online


Tuesday 21 Sept 2021 (manetta + michael)

Intro to sandbox

In class: XP1-4 (Intro, Installation, and Modifying a program) -- this is not strictly following the text book but hitting the same "key concepts"

for next time -- read and do exercises including the "FREE exercises", trying multiple ways:

Stop when it's too much. It's about exploring!

Collect the notebooks you made in the carrier-bag-of-notebooks:

  1. File > Export notebook as ... > HTML
  2. save it on your computer
  3. then, on the yet-to-be-named server: navigate to shared/html/carrier-bag-of-notebooks
  4. drag and drop the .html file in week 1

Monday 27 Sep (manetta + michael)

Review last readings + exercises

for next time:

Please add the notebooks in HTML format again in the carrier-bag-of-notebooks folder.

And a note about the NLTK chapter: in the section Getting Started with NLTK, it includes a step in which you are asked to download a dataset, you can skip this, it is already downloaded on the yet-to-be-named server.

Monday 4 Oct (manetta, michael)

Review last readings + exercises

for next time:

Monday 11 Oct (michael)

Review last readings + exercises

for next time (over break):

Autumn Vacation + Study Week

Monday 1 Nov (michael + manetta)

Python continued

Monday 8 Nov (michael + manetta)

Python continued

Monday 15 Nov ( ... )

Monday 22 Nov ( ... )

Monday 29 Nov ( ... )

Monday 1 Nov ( ... )

Monday 6 Dec ( ... )

Monday 13 Dec

Friday: 17 Dec: Launch at Varia.