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#91: ”Using NLP to Analyze the Standup Comedy of Ali Wong” with Alice Zhao | Educative Sessions

December 27, 2021

When Alice Zhao isn't teaching or writing advanced topics on data science, she also applies her skills to explore fun topics in her blog "A Dash of Data." In our session, she's going to share her exploration of the standup comedy of Ali Wong through the lens of NLP (natural language process). Color us intrigued here at Educative.

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Alice Zhao is a data scientist who is passionate about teaching and making complex things easy to understand. She is the author of SQL Pocket Guide, 4th Edition (O’Reilly) and has taught numerous courses in SQL, Python and R as a senior data scientist at Metis and a co-founder of Best Fit Analytics. She creates Python tutorials on YouTube and blogs about analytics and pop culture at A Dash of Data. She has her MS in analytics and BS in electrical engineering, both from Northwestern University.


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