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Text mining – Theory and Practice
By Nadir Zanini and Vikas Dhawan. Research Division. Cambridge Assessment / ARD
This article focusses on Text Mining, a set of statistical and computer science techniques specifically developed to analyse data from text, blogs, and social messaging.
This article aims to give a theoretical introduction to Text Mining and to provide some examples of its applications, with particular focus on education related research to show that Text Mining can be a strategic source of evidence-based information to support decision-making.
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This article forms part of our Research Matters series of publications covering evidence based educational research from Cambridge Assessment, a department of Cambridge University.
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