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Data Science Capstone Final Project
This presentation is a short description of a project that will predict the next word of a sentence fragment or phrase.
The application is a capstone project for the Coursera Data Science Specialization provided by Johns Hopkins University with support by Swiftkey.
The main goal is to develop a predictive algorithm. The front end will be as a shiny application and the backend will utilize R.
The application was developed using a sample of twitter tweets (English). This sample was provided by Swiftkey.
There are German, English, Finn, and Russian version. This application will only use the English version.
After loading all of the English data, the algorithm pulled the number of lines, removed profanity and tokenization. The tokenization was organized into n-gram sequences.
The result is a bigram, trigram and a quadrigram models and converted into frequency dictionaries sorted by freq number.
The application relied on functionality and simplicity. By default when loading the application it will check for a word and a message will show requiring entering a word or phrase.
The user can now enter a word or phrase. The application will require the user hit submit. When this happens 3 items will display.
- The next word
- The R application display of what has transpired. This is for debugging.
The application started at quadrigram and worked its way down to determine if it can find a predictive word.
The prediction app is hosted on the shinyapps.io location: https://zagnut.shinyapps.io/shiny/
The code for this frontend application is hosted here: https://github.com/motticus/capstone
The data for this application is hosted here: https://d396qusza40orc.cloudfront.net/dsscapstone/dataset/Coursera-SwiftKey.zip
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Project Overview Sylllabus
Project Tasks - Instructions
Task 0: Understanding the Problem Task 1: Getting and Cleaning the Data Task 2: Exploratory Data Analysis Task 3: Modeling Task 3A: Milestone Report Task 4: Prediction Model Task 5: Creative Exploration Task 6: Data Product Task 7: Slide Deck Task 8: Final Project
Project Scripts - Solutions
Task 0: Exploring the tm Package Task 1: Getting and Cleaning the Data Task 2: Exploratory Data Analysis Task 3A: Milestone Report Task 4: Working toward a Prediction Model Task 04A: Fast Ngram Files Task 05: Prediction Model Task 06: Shiny App Task 06A: Shiny App Source Code Task 07: Slide Presentation
Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3
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