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Natural Language Processing in Action: Prerequisites

 
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Hi Hobson, Hannes, and Cole,

The table of contents of your book looks intimidating. What knowledge should I have before diving into it? I'm a web developer.

Thanks!
 
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Hi Carl,

Please don't be intimidated.  We aimed to make the book as accessible as possible.  All the examples are in Python, but that is by no means a barrier to the concepts.  The deep learning portions do involve some math, but when those parts can be skimmed for the broader concepts and most to let told abstract a good deal of this away anyway.

So please jump right in!

Best,
Cole
 
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