To create a TF-IDF vectorizer in SKlearn, you can use the TfidfVectorizer class from the sklearn.feature_extraction.text module. the main use of a TF-IDF vectorizer is to convert text data into numerical features that can be used as input to machine learning algorithms for various NLP and IR tasks.
TF-IDF (Term Frequency-Inverse Document Frequency) is a numerical representation of the importance of each word in a corpus of text documents. It is commonly used as a feature representation for text data in various natural language processing (NLP) and information retrieval (IR) tasks. The use of a TF-IDF vectorizer is to convert a collection of raw text documents into numerical features that can be used as input to machine learning algorithms. The resulting TF-IDF matrix provides a representation of the importance of each word in each document, relative to the importance of that word across the entire corpus.
By transforming the text data into a numerical representation, the TF-IDF vectorizer enables the use of machine learning algorithms that otherwise would not be able to work with text data. This can include various classification, clustering, and dimensionality reduction algorithms. In addition, the TF-IDF vectorizer also helps to reduce the dimensionality of the data, which is important when working with high-dimensional data, as well as to remove stop words and perform other text pre-processing tasks.
The TfidfVectorizer is initialized and then fit into the corpus of text documents. The fit_transform method is used to fit the vectorizer to the corpus and to transform the corpus into a TF-IDF matrix at the same time. The resulting matrix is a sparse matrix representation of the TF-IDF values for each term in the corpus.
Here is the example of how to create Tf-idf Vectonizer:
Preview of the output that you will get on running this code from your IDE
In this solution we have used TfidfVectorizer .
from sklearn.feature_extraction.text import TfidfVectorizer corpus = ["welcome to stackoverflow my friend", "my friend, don't worry, you can get help from stackoverflow"] vectorizer = TfidfVectorizer() matrix = vectorizer.fit_transform(corpus) print(matrix) (0, 2) 0.379303492809 (0, 6) 0.379303492809 (0, 7) 0.379303492809 (0, 8) 0.533097824526 (0, 9) 0.533097824526 (1, 3) 0.342619853089 (1, 5) 0.342619853089 (1, 4) 0.342619853089 (1, 0) 0.342619853089 (1, 11) 0.342619853089 (1, 10) 0.342619853089 (1, 1) 0.342619853089 (1, 2) 0.243776847332 (1, 6) 0.243776847332 (1, 7) 0.243776847332 for i, feature in enumerate(vectorizer.get_feature_names()): print(i, feature) 0 can 1 don 2 friend 3 from 4 get 5 help 6 my 7 stackoverflow 8 to 9 welcome 10 worry 11 you (0, 2) 0.379303492809 (0, 6) 0.379303492809 (0, 7) 0.379303492809 (0, 8) 0.533097824526 (0, 9) 0.533097824526 0 = sentence no. 2 = word index (index of the word `friend`) 0.379303492809 = tf-idf weight 0 = sentence no. 6 = word index (index of the word `my`) 0.379303492809 = tf-idf weight
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for i, feature in enumerate(vectorizer.get_feature_names()):
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- The solution is created in Python 3.7.15 version
- The solution is tested on scikit-learn 1.0.2 version
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