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This docker image is based on spaCy, Textacy, pyLDAvis & others to analyse the EEA Corpus (the collection of all published EEA documents) or any other CSV file with a column of text.
It provides a number of Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing algorthims that can be run on top of the EEA Corpus or a subset of it.
The idea is to provide these methods over a REST API when possible.
First upload a CSV file, then use the “Create a corpus” button to enter the pipeline composition page.
The topics are found via a text-mining technique called Topic Modeling.
In machine learning and natural language processing, a topic model is a type of statistical model for discovering the abstract “topics” that occur in a collection of documents.
docker-compose build docker-compose up -d
This will (after some time) start the EEA Corpus application server on localhost:8181
The latest EEA Corpus dataset can be produced by visiting global catalogue > See all results > download csv.
Once the csv file is downloaded, you can pass it to this application to be analysed. Make sure your first column is the “document text” to be analysed. The other columns are considered metadata.
You may download an already generated large EEA corpus data for testing like this:
curl -L -o data.csv https://www.dropbox.com/s/sihmoc4wwpl0kr2/data_all.csv?dl=1