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README.md

movie-plots-by-genre

Movie plots by genre tutorial at PyData Berlin 20 May 2016.

See slides for the narrative.

Setting Up

Make sure you have Python 3.

  • Clone this repository
git clone https://github.com/RaRe-Technologies/movie-plots-by-genre.git

if you don't have git you can also download a zip of this repo https://github.com/RaRe-Technologies/movie-plots-by-genre/archive/master.zip

  • Install virtualenv
(sudo) pip install virtualenv
  • Create a virtual env and install all the requirements.
cd movie-plots-by-genre/
virtualenv gensim # if you have both python2 and python3 then use virtualenv -p python3 gensim
source gensim/bin/activate
pip3 install cython gensim sklearn pandas matplotlib nltk pyemd jupyter

NOTE:On OSX you might want to download pyemd from github and install it via python3 setup.py install.

  • Download Google News pre-trained word2vec model (1.5 Gb) from here

  • Download nltk data

python -m nltk.downloader punkt
  • Fire up a jupyter notebook
jupyter notebook

If you are short on bandwidth then you will be able to follow most of the tutorial just with these libraries:

  • Python 3
  • pip3 install cython gensim sklearn pandas matplotlib nltk pyemd jupyter
  • python -m nltk.downloader punkt

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