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Python for Machine Learning: Text Generation

As one of the most popular, versatile, and beginner-friendly programming langauges, Python can be used for a variety of tasks from analyzing data to building websites.

This workshop builds on the previous workshops to generate text with Machine Learning tools in Python. Participants will practice working with the Transformers library in Python to fine-tune a language model for text generation. We will work within a hands-on and group learning environment. No familiarity with Python is required, but it is recommended that participants attend the previous workshops in the series and/or review the materials from those workshops.

This session is the last in a five-part series that builds basic skills in Python programming toward working with text-based data in PUL's collections. Other workshops in the series include "Introduction to Python for Working with Text" (February 8), "Python for Web Scraping and APIs" (February 16), "Python for Text Cleaning" (March 6), and "Python for Text Analysis" (April 4). Materials from all workshops will be made available for those who cannot attend.

Date:
Wednesday, May 1, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location:
Firestone Library - A-6-F
Campus:
Firestone Library
Audience:
  Princeton Faculty/Researcher     Princeton Staff     Princeton Student  
Categories:
  Data & Computation  

Registration is required. There is 1 seat available.