Natural Language Processing with SpaCy and Python - Patrick Harris
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Natural Language Processing with SpaCy and Python

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Natural Language Processing refers to a computer’s ability to understand human language. It is one of the principal components of AI. SpaCy is an open-source software library for Natural Language Processing written in  Python and Cython.





You can download SpaCy from pip by passing in the following:


sudo pip install -U spacy


You can download SpaCy from source here. After downloading the Tarbell, run


python setup.py install


To download all models and data, run the following


sudo python -m spacy.en.download all


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