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An easy way to determine similarity between two strings of text using Python

The last two posts I have written have been about sklearn’s TfidfVectorizer and cosine_similarity. The reason for this is because it is important to thoroughly learn these concepts in order to get to grips with natural language processing, or NLP. I had known about TfidfVectorizer because there have been a few Kaggle competitions that focused on NLP and it is…

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I have close to five decades experience in the world of work, being in fast food, the military, business, non-profits, and the healthcare sector.

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