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Extending functions like checkResiduals() and make.heldout() to take the same inputs as stm() #134
Hello! Thank you so much for your work on this great package; I am so pleased to have such a great package for topic modeling in R.
As I have been developing support for stm in tidytext, one thing I have been having trouble with is the way parameters are passed into the functions used for evaluating models. The main
Hi there, I just want to echo the call for interoperability between various other packages as much of the work I do bounces between tm, quanteda and tidytext implementations so anything to reduce the friction would be appreciated. I'm also in the process of putting together a vignette that looks at stm - three ways (if you will), which I'd be happy to share closer to completion.
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@juliasilge I've started working on this. A pair of functions where this really isn't straightforward is
Everything else should be set in the development branch though and I'll get that merged into master after a bit more testing.
For the current work I'm doing, those functions are not blockers.
Eventually, being able to predict probabilities for a new document would be nice across different kinds of inputs, but that is obviously more complicated, just like you said. I am very satisfied to wait on that, and/or try to help out with what might make sense there.
I am so excited to see these changes!