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Is there a way to find the antonym(word with the opposite meaning) of a word with python? Do you know a dataset or an nlp toolkit?
Thank you for your help! Answer NLTK is the main library for NLP and it includes many corpora. See the code here: How to generate a list of antonyms for adjectives in WordNet using Python NLTK documentation on using WordNet: https://www.nltk.org/howto/wordnet.html
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I have a dataset in which in a column I have the name of a person and in another column I have the amount she was paid for a given service. I’d like to build a list with the names of all people ordained by the total amount they were paid regardless of the service they performed. Example: I figured
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Hello. I want to append all data from the same date to the above data set and merge them into one. And I want to create a dataset of sum values by date. How are you? Answer