NLP study session 2: Predict real vs. fake disaster tweets with DVC, Clojure and Python

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The second NLP-in-Clojure study session will take place at the end of October.

This is part of our preparations for the coming ds4clj course.


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A note on time

Note that in some countries, the clock is shifted on October 30th. Please make sure you are clear about the time of the meeting.


This time, we will have @Carsten_Behring presenting some recommended practices of connecting Clojure & Python in a DVC pipeline for a classification problem, following the recent Predict real vs. fake disaster tweets blog post.

We will also have a brief general intro to DVC by @jcpsantiago.


The official part will be 90 minutes long.
Sometimes some of us like to stay longer and chat.



Most of the meeting will be recorded and shared publicly.
We will possibly share the recording publicly.


See you on Sunday!

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