Successful Two Day Workshop at UNC-Chapel Hill

(This article was first published on RTextTools: a machine learning library for text classification - Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This week the Odum Institute at UNC held a two day short course on text classification with RTextTools. The workshop, led by Loren Collingwood, covered the basics of content analysis, supervised learning and text classification, introduction to R, and how to use RTextTools. Participants brought in their own data on the second day, which the instructor helped them classify. Based on feedback, the course was a success. Do not hesitate to contact us if your university, department, or company is interested in such a course.

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