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how to load the data using URL from GUI?

asked 2016-05-04 16:06:57 -0500

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how to load the data using URL from GUI?

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answered 2018-04-24 01:37:07 -0500

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Here a method is given that will tell you that how you will upload the data using URL from GUI and you will learn it in easy way. If you are finding some good paper writing services website then ask your teacher to guide you in proper way.

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answered 2018-04-23 02:04:00 -0500

Here a method is given that will tell you that how you will upload the data using URL from GUI and you will learn it in easy way. If you are finding some good paper writing services website then ask your teacher to guide you in proper way.

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answered 2016-05-04 18:01:49 -0500

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Skytree doesn't allow you to provide an arbitrary URL to load data from; doing so could cause access and browser security issues. If you have the URL of the data you'd like to use, you should be able to paste that URL into your browser's location bar, save the file, and then upload that file from your filesystem.

For example, if you wanted to use Skytree on the Google Play app version crashes dataset, you could copy and paste this URL: https://ckannet-storage.com...

In most browsers, that will download automatically. If the CSV contents appear in your browser, use CTRL-S/CMD-S or File > Save to save the file locally.

In Skytree, you would then go to your project > Datasets > New Dataset, select Import Local File from the Location dropdown, and choose your file from the download location.

Please let us know if you have further questions.

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i am not interested dataset url. i am expecting something like this. assume that you have an url, where skytree should parse the html contents, build bag of words from the html and prepare a dataset. can it do that?

lakstap ( 2016-05-04 18:48:35 -0500 )edit

No, Skytree has no built-in capability to parse HTML. HTML can encompass an effectively infinite arrangement of structured and unstructured data, with either some semantic information or none at all. Extracting HTML to a dataset suitable for machine learning depends entirely on the specific page.

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answered 2016-05-05 17:52:06 -0500

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updated 2016-05-05 18:40:37 -0500

Hi, thanks for your interest in our text capabilities. Skytree can ingest data from a list of URLs contained in a dataset object; currently this can only be done through our Python SDK.

You will need to:

  1. Create a dataset that has the list of URLs you want to ingest. The column that contains the URLs should be specified as a "blob column".
  2. Use the ingest_url() method on this dataset, specifying the column that contains the list of URLs.

Once you have ingested the data from the URLs, you can use the tokenize_text() method on the resulting dataset, then use the extract_text_features() method of the tokenized dataset to get the text features. At this step, you can choose between the 'tf_idf' and 'tf_bns' options for the feature_weighting_scheme.

Finally, the vectorize_text() method on this dataset will give you a vectorized form that can be fed into an SVM.

We are preparing a quickstart guide for this capability, but in the meantime you can use our Python SDK User Guide here for more detailed documentation: http://www.skytree.net/reso...

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