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Corpus Linguistics with Python and NLTK (NASSLLI 2018)

This is the course home for Corpus Linguistics with Python and NLTK, offered as part of NASSLLI 2018. Please see this course description for details.

Instructors

  • Na-Rae Han (naraehan@pitt.edu; Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh)
  • David J. Birnbaum (djbpitt@pitt.edu; Slavic Languages & Literatures, University of Pittsburgh)
  • Teaching assistants:
    • Connor Lovejoy, Sarah Kerman (Section 1)
    • John Knox III, Emily Ahn (Section 2)

Prerequisites, Software Installation

No prior programming background will be assumed. Participants should bring their own laptop which should be running: Windows, OS X (Mac), or Linux. (Mobile systems such as Android, iOS/iPads, and Chromebooks are not suited.)

Software packages required:

Daily Schedule

Class meets 9am to 10:15am Monday through Friday, at 235B and 237B of Baker Hall. Office hours are 8:30am--9am before each class: we will be around to help you troubleshoot and answer questions.