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R-help: getting nicer with age?

  • Sep 30, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Trey Causey is a data scientist at zulily with more than nine years of experience and training in social scientific research methods, statistics, and applied machine learning. He is currently an advanced PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Washington.  Trey will be discussing semi-supervised sentiment analysis of the R-help listserv and how the list has changed over time.

The meeting will be in our usual spot in the Arnold building, check the map for details:

Feel free to park in Visitor Parking

We will have the usual pizza and a donation jar for those interested in contributing.

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  • Tony M.

    Thought it was a nice presentation on how to scrape online data, unfortunately the package used for analysis (ReadMe) seems to be be closed so there isn't a way to validate it. I don't use R-help any more, for obvious reasons.

    1 · October 1, 2013

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