These are letters that I treasure, for the impact I have been able to make with my blog articles.
I came across your blog on word2vector using genesim. It was brilliant. Looking forward to learn more from your blogs. I must say that your github repos are top notch as well.The blog is easy to understand and written precisely.
Raghavi, Data Scientist from India
I just read your article ‘All you need to know about text preprocessing for NLP and Machine Learning’ on KDnuggets and I have to say it is one the best, most comprehensive and well-explained articles I’ve ever encountered related to pre-processing.
Azaf Tanveer, Data Scientist from Saudi Arabia
I just went through your tutorial at:
I wanted to thank you for writing it. I have a stack of data science books and have done courses on DataCamp, but I found your tutorial to be more helpful than either of those.
Dan, Senior Director @ Under Armour
I am Rama, a Data Science professional from Mumbai. I am writing to thank you for creating such a nice resource for learning NLP. Your resource has been super-useful from a practical standpoint.Rama, Lead @ Tilt Brand Solutions
I’m, a Data Science Intern at a startup in Toronto. I went through your blog article on using TFIDF for keywords and got great results for a problem at work using your method. Just wanted to thank you and appreciate your efforts…
Wasif, Data Science Intern @ AiHello
I just read your blogs about Word2Vec and I have instantly become a fan of yours….Your blogs are simply amazing and very easy to understand.
Sachin, Architect @ Virtusa
Hi Kavita, just want to drop by and say hi, I am learning NLP recently and really liked your blog! In fact, I started to replicate the phrase word2vec as suggested by one of your posts on Wikipedia. Thank you for all the posts on your blog.
Louisa, Associate @ Morgan Stanley
I arrived at your profile after going through your articles.They are a treasure trove of knowledge and really help me understand many of the topics prevalent in the field and industry.
Siddharth, Software Engineer @ Yellow Messenger
I have been reading and practicing with your posts on NLP and feature extraction from text. Your writing style and coding best practices have been of great help in my personal and professional activities. Thanks for sharing your wisdom with us!
Israel, Chief Customer Information Officer @ Evolve Fintech
I have recently come across your blog. It is very clear, concise and well written. I work in NLP as well. I particularly liked your article on TF-IDF, Count vectorizers, where you have clearly explained the usage of methods of the scikit learn API.
Gayathry, Software Engineer @ Utopia Global
I just read your article about the text pre-processing task, exactly what I was looking for, I really appreciate your efforts on summing everything up concisely, thanks a lot again, I hope it helps many others as well.
Vipula, Student @ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
My name is Slava, and I’m Java Senior Engineer from Odessa, Ukraine. I’m mostly engaged into backend work + some android. I’d like to thank you for the knowledge sharing, it’s super helpful! Please keep up the great and noble work you do!
Slava, Java Software Engineer
Hi, Came across your website while working on an NLP related project. I am impressed and motivated by your work.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us. It was/ is/ will be really helpful for all us learners.
Abhishek, Student @ Cal State University
I was reading your blog, and found it very useful and thorough.
Zhenya, A.I. Consultant
Your article on Gensim word2vec was very useful.
We at Mantra Labs are building AI products for the insurance industry. Text analytics is one of the major tasks in those.
Parag, CEO @ Mantra Labs
I came across your blog and git account while reading online on sentiment analysis. I really liked the resources that you have shared and I wanted to thank you for these because I am doing my first Sentiment Analysis project by referring to these.
Update 2020:Hope you are doing well. I reached out to you last year with some questions on the NLP project. I hope you remember me.
I have since graduated and found a full time job. I now work as a Data Scientist at PayPal and love my work. I just wanted to thank you again for the repository you shared online and for answering my questions. This project helped me ace many interviews and is still one of the highlights of my MS program. So thank you once again!
Sonal, Data Scientist @ PayPal
I am Lina, final year CS student. I am learning NLP and ML from your tutorials for my honours project. They are incredibly helpful, thank you 🙂
Lina, CS Student from Mauritius
Your posts are wonderful resources for NLP learning and practice. Nice job, thanks!
Ray, Data Scientist @ Verizon
Hi Kavita, I’ve found your NLP blog posts today. I wanted to say “thank you” for sharing your knowledge in such nice and accessible way. 🙂 All the best for you in 2020!
I have been reading your blog posts for a while now and find it very useful. I am a PhD candidate in Quantitative Marketing in Yale University and use NLP in my work. I find your blog posts very concise and insightful!
Ishita, Ph.D. Student @ Yale