Predictive Text using R

Have you ever wondered how your phone can predict the next word you want to use? Or How gmail can auto-complete your mail? Well if you have then this tutorial will respond to your questions.

Predictive text is a popular text mining application. Predictive text is tries to figure out what you will say next. It does this using something called N-grams. N-grams are a set on co-occuring words within a given window. We use it to identify word sequence patterns.

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Ibtissam Makdoun

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Researcher in Data Science and content creator. Find therapy in Notebooks and Pencils.

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