TF-IDF and Word correlation

What is tf-idf?
Term frequency and inverse document frequency. It is to remove the most common words other than stop words which are there in a particular document, so this is document specific.

The weight will be low in two cases:-
a. When the term frequency is low i.e. number of occurrence of a word is low
b. When N is equal to dfi, then the log will be close to zero

So, using (b), if a word occurs in all the document, then the log value will be low

If the word “abacus” is present 5 times in a document containing 100 words. The corpus has 200 documents, with 20 documents mentioning the word “abacus”. The formula for tf-idf will be :-

(5/100)*log(200/20)

Take an example to take a sentence and break it into tokens i.e. each word
text = “The Data Monk will help you learn and understand Data Science”

tokens = word_tokenize(text)
print (tokens)       

[‘The’, ‘Data’, ‘Monk’, ‘will’, ‘help’, ‘you’, ‘learn’, ‘and’, ‘understand’, ‘Data’, ‘Science’]

Take the same sentence and get the POS tags
 from nltk import word_tokenize, pos_tag

text = “The Data Monk will help you learn and understand Data Science”
tokens = word_tokenize(text)
print (pos_tag(tokens))        

[(‘The’, ‘DT’), (‘Data’, ‘NNP’), (‘Monk’, ‘NNP’), (‘will’, ‘MD’), (‘help’, ‘VB’), (‘you’, ‘PRP’), (‘learn’, ‘VB’), (‘and’, ‘CC’), (‘understand’, ‘VB’), (‘Data’, ‘NNP’), (‘Science’, ‘NN’)]

Take the following line and break it into tokens and tag POS using function
data = “The Data Monk was started in Bangalore in 2018. Till now it has more than 30 books on Data Science on Amazon”


data = “The Data Monk was started in Bangalore in 2018. Till now it has more than 30 books on Data Science on Amazon”

Take an example to take a sentence and break it into tokens i.e. each word
text = “The Data Monk will help you learn and understand Data Science”

tokens = word_tokenize(text)
print (tokens)       

[‘The’, ‘Data’, ‘Monk’, ‘will’, ‘help’, ‘you’, ‘learn’, ‘and’, ‘understand’, ‘Data’, ‘Science’]

Take the same sentence and get the POS tags
 from nltk import word_tokenize, pos_tag

text = “The Data Monk will help you learn and understand Data Science”
tokens = word_tokenize(text)
print (pos_tag(tokens))        

[(‘The’, ‘DT’), (‘Data’, ‘NNP’), (‘Monk’, ‘NNP’), (‘will’, ‘MD’), (‘help’, ‘VB’), (‘you’, ‘PRP’), (‘learn’, ‘VB’), (‘and’, ‘CC’), (‘understand’, ‘VB’), (‘Data’, ‘NNP’), (‘Science’, ‘NN’)]

Take the following line and break it into tokens and tag POS using function
data = “The Data Monk was started in Bangalore in 2018. Till now it has more than 30 books on Data Science on Amazon”

#Tokenize the words and apply POS
def token_POS(token):
token = nltk.word_tokenize(token)
token = nltk.pos_tag(token)
return token
token = token_POS(data) token

Output

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