NLP Zero to One : Sparse Document Representations (Part 2/30)

Bag-of-words and TFIDF

Kowshik chilamkurthy
Mar 2 · 4 min read
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Introduction..

1. Bag-of-Words

Example..

Vocabulary: [‘dog’, ‘a’, ‘live’, ‘in’, ‘home’, ‘hut’, ‘the’, ‘is’]

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Drawbacks..

2. TF-IDF (Term Frequency- Inverse Document Frequency)

Term Frequency : tf(t,d)

1. Term frequency adjusted for document length: tf(t,d) = ( number of times term t appear in document d )÷ (number of words in d)2. logarithmically scaled frequency: tf(t,d) = log (1 + number of times term t appear in document d )

Example..

doc1 = ‘a dog live in home’

Inverse Document Frequency: idf

Source: wiki

Example..

D = [ ‘a dog live in home’, ‘a dog live in the hut’, ‘hut is dog home’ ]   
D is the corpus

TFIDF: tf x idf

Source: wiki

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Drawbacks..

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