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Old October 15th, 2016, 02:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Text Mining with Python or R - Press Releases and/or less-common SEC filings

I'm roughly spliting this into two topics, feel free to comment on one/both...

1) Anyone have experience with text mining packages in Python and/or R, to parse keywords/phrases from press releases (futures and/or stock markets)? Did you find one method (NLP, prototype matching, etc) worked better than others in situations involving keywords spaced widely apart as-opposed to clustered in a few sentences?
- Noted Python packages: textmining; Pattern
- Noted R packages: (none yet - this blog has a basic start to making scripts)https://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2015/09/learn-top-4-hacks-perform-text-mining-faster/

2) In stocks, any experience with parsing SEC's EDGAR system for specific, less-common filings (e.g. 13Fs)?
- I see a few scripts/packages available in Python for the more common filings like 10Q/10K, but none for 13Fs as example, mostly because the SEC's site isn't set up for feeds on such.


Just starting into research on this, so any pointers are appreciated!

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