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Sept. 18, 2022, 4:31 a.m. | /u/everydayislikefriday

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I've been having great success using BERTopic to model topics from a short-document corpus. As promised, the topics are indeed way more interpretable than those extracted by other topic modeling algorithms, and the interface is easy and just works.

However, the same cannot be said of a corpus containing long documents (~30.000 characters). Given how fast the whole training phase is, I suspect they're actually being truncated (maybe this is obvious, given the well-known limitation of transformers).

So I'm trying …


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