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For the past few years, tasks involving text and speech processing have become really hot-trendy. Among the various researches belonging to the fields of Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning, sentiment analysis ranks really high. Sentiment analysis allows identifying and getting subjective information from the source data using data analysis and visualization, ML models for classification, text mining and analysis. This helps...
Accessing and analyzing media content is a fascinating part of data analytics. It allows to follow trends of public interest over time or to see how stories evolve (e.g.  newslens ). While many media outlets offer APIs, it is cumbersome to collect them individually. News API closes that gap and allows to search and retrieve live articles from all over the web.   .caret, .dropup > .btn > .caret {...
  Due to changes in the EU Open Data Portal - API, the API access demonstrated in this tutorial is currently not working. We will try to fix it asap. If you have any questions, please contact us: info@datacareer.de .  The EU Open Data Portal gives access to open data published by EU institutions, agencies and other bodies. Around 70 EU institutions, bodies or departments use the platform to...
In this Jupyter Notebook we will retrieve data from the European Central Bank (ECB). The ECB publishes through the European Open Data Portal, which we discussed in the previous tutorial . Before diving into the code, please take a quick look at the following websites, to get a feel for what we will be dealing with. EU portal: https://data.europa.eu/euodp/en/data/publisher/ecb ECB SDMX 2.1 RESTful web...