(Chapter 7): What are the common challenges with which sentiment analysis deals? What are the most popular application areas for sentiment analysis? Why?
Write a Post with a content of 200-300 words with a Word doc. Follow the APA format.
Response / Reply, two postings provided by your peers, 100-150 words each. Follow the APA format.
Data Mining, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Text Mining, Sentiment Analysis and Social Analytics
Search the internet and find scholarly content on at least two of the topics above.
Find at least 5 related references
Create a WORD document of at least 500-750 words (2-3 pages) on how these technologies work and how they can be used to support a business.
Do not include a cover page
Include the references at the end of your paper (using APA format)
Include Citations for each reference (using APA format) in the text wherever they apply
Practical Connection: Provide a reflection of at least 500 words (or 2 pages double spaced) on how the knowledge, skills, or theories of this course have been applied, or could be applied, in a practical manner to your current work environment. I’m working as Data Stage Developer
Grading will be based on the attached Rubric.
This is NOT an APA Research paper. If outside publications or resource material are used, include the appropriate APA formatting and citations.
This assignment asks that you reflect on how the knowledge and skills obtained through this course could be applied in the workplace. This is NOT an overview of the assignments or textbook used in the course.
You might consider looking at the Course Objectives in the syllabus OR the table-of-contents of the course textbook to identify topics to discuss. However, do not copy these Objectives or Chapter titles into your paper – just consider using them to help you think about what to write.
I might recommend you start the paper by saying “I currently work as (or plan to work as) a … and the following is how Information Security Risk Management might be used in my current or future position.”
You can use the course objectives (listed in the course Syllabus) as a guide