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Sept. 18, 2022, 5:24 p.m. | /u/RobinhoodTIS

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I’ve been utilizing BERTopic to output some results of my own corpus, but I am unsure whether the results (the output of the Python code) can be interpreted the same way as those produced by the traditional method which is LDA.

I know that the two methods have different mathematical/computational mechanisms in terms of operation, but their outputs pretty much seem to be the same. So I was wondering if it is right to interpret the results of BERTopic the …

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