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June 22, 2022, 4:46 p.m. | /u/da_hum_sch

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Hello everyone,

So i'm working on a project where I've run a LDA TFIDF topic model from telegram documents, and have identified 4 categories that achieve a degree of human interpretatability (we opted for this over using additional metrics like coherence score because our goal was to be able to understand the narratives of the topics in a human-understandable way).

Now, we're thinking about doing a content analysis of the results within each category, so that we can have a …

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