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Data Science: Sentiment Analysis - Model Building Deployment


Data Science: Sentiment Analysis - Model Building Deployment

A practical hands on Data Science Project on Sentiment Analysis using NLP techniques - Model Building & Deployment  Data Science: Sentiment Analysis

What you'll learn

  • Data Analysis and Understanding
  • Data Preprocessing Techniques
  • POS tagging and Lemmatization
  • Word Cloud
  • TF-IDF Vectorizer
  • Model Building for Sentiment Analysis
  • Classification Metrics
  • Model Evaluation
  • Running the model on a local Streamlit Server
  • Pushing your notebooks and project files to GitHub repository
  • Deploying the project on Heroku Cloud Platform


  • Very Basic knowledge of Python and Anaconda
  • Familiarity with Github


In this course I will cover, how to develop a Sentiment Analysis model to categorize a tweet as Positive or Negative using NLP techniques and Machine Learning Models. This is a hands on project where I will teach you the step by step process in creating and evaluating a machine learning model and finally deploying the same on Cloud platforms to let your customers interact with your model via an user interface.

This course will walk you through the initial data exploration and understanding, data analysis, data pre-processing, data preparation, model building, evaluation and deployment techniques. We will explore NLP concepts and then use multiple ML algorithms to create our model and finally focus into one which performs the best on the given dataset.

At the end we will learn to create an User Interface to interact with our created model and finally deploy the same on Cloud.

I have splitted and segregated the entire course in Tasks below, for ease of understanding of what will be covered.

  • Task 1  :  Installing Packages.
  • Task 2  :  Importing Libraries.
  • Task 3  :  Loading the data from source.
  • Task 4  :  Understanding the data
  • Task 5  :  Preparing the data for pre-processing
  • Task 6  :  Pre-processing steps overview
  • Task 7  :  Custom Pre-processing functions
  • Task 8  :  About POS tagging and Lemmatization
  • Task 9  :  POS tagging and lemmatization in action.
  • Task 10 :  Creating a word cloud of positive and negative tweets.
  • Task 11 :  Identifying the most frequent set of words in the dataset for positive and negative cases.
  • Task 12 :  Train Test Split
  • Task 13 :  About TF-IDF Vectorizer
  • Task 14 :  TF-IDF Vectorizer in action
  • Task 15 :  About Confusion Matrix
  • Task 16 :  About Classification Report
  • Task 17 :  About AUC-ROC
  • Task 18 :  Creating a common Model Evaluation function
  • Task 19 :  Checking for model performance across a wide range of models
  • Task 20 :  Final Inference and saving the models
  • Task 21 :  Testing the model on unknown datasets
  • Task 22 :  Testing the model on unknown datasets – Excel option
  • Task 23 :  What is Streamlit and Installation steps.
  • Task 24 :  Creating an user interface to interact with our created model.
  • Task 25 :  Running your notebook on Streamlit Server in your local machine.
  • Task 26 :  Pushing your project to GitHub repository.
  • Task 27 :  Project Deployment on Heroku Platform for free.

Data Analysis, NLP techniques, Model Building and Deployment is one of the most demanded skill of the 21st century. Take the course now, and have a much stronger grasp of NLP techniques, machine learning and deployment in just a few hours!

You will receive :

  • 1. Certificate of completion from AutomationGig.
  • 2. All the datasets used in the course are in the resources section.
  • 3. The Jupyter notebook and other project files are provided at the end of the course in the resource section.

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