Weaving patterns with artificial intelligence, Part 2: Word statistics and graphic visualization for natural language

Build on the concept of N-grams of sequential letters to look at N-grams of words, and the statistics that can be derived from these. Learn how to generate graphical plots of N-gram frequencies. Explore the American National Corpus as an enormous and rich source of English text suitable for general-purpose language modeling tasks.

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Weaving patterns with artificial intelligence, Part 2: Word analysis and N-grams in a variety of practical applications

Build on the concept of N-grams of sequential letters to look at N-grams of words, and the statistics that can be derived from these. Learn how to generate graphical plots of N-gram frequencies. Explore the American National Corpus as an enormous and rich source of English text suitable for general-purpose language modeling tasks.

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Track time spent on projects with IBM Cloud, Part 1: Build a custom web application with IBM Cloud, PHP, and MySQL

This two-part series demonstrates how to create a browser-based
time-tracking tool that professionals can use to record the time they spend on
customer projects. It uses IBM Cloud services to host the application and its
data, and the Slim PHP micro-framework for the application’s business logic.
Part 1 covers the basics, showing you how to initialize a cloud-based database
instance and connect your local PHP application to it. It also explains how to
add and modify records on the cloud database instance using the Slim
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Hyperledger Composer basics, Part 2: Refine and deploy your blockchain network

This tutorial builds on the sample blockchain network introduced in Part
1 and takes you deeper into the Hyperledger Composer suite of developer tools.
You’ll model an IoT GPS sensor in a shipping container by adding GPS readings
to the Shipment asset, and modify the smart contract (chaincode) to send an
alert when the Shipment reaches its destination port.

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