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Master List of Scrubbing Fixes and Stopwords

Page history last edited by aes76@miami.edu 4 years, 6 months ago

Operational Master Files

     The operational master file for WE1S scrubbing fixes is the config.py script (which configures the scrub.py script).  The current copy with the latest fixes is here on the WE1S Google drive. Fixes stored in config.py will be active when scrub.py runs (when both are stored in the same directory on a local workstation). (Config.py last revised 2 Jan. 2016 by Alan)

     The operational master file for WE1S stopwords is the spreadsheet we1s-stopwords-master-file.xslx (on the WE1S Google Drive). That spreadsheet file contains both extra stopwords added for the WE1S project (sheet 1) and the  standard Mallet stopwords list (sheet 2). In both cases, the lists exist in two forms: all-lower-case and "proper" case (first letter capitalized).  (There are also a few all-upper-case words in the lists.) The spreadsheet is used to generate plain-text stopwords files as needed, depending on whether we use the scrubbing script not only to apply fixes but also to delete stopwords from all articles before topic modeling (in which case we generate a stopword list combining the Mallet and WE1S lists) or we ask Mallet to ignore stopwords only at the topic-modeling stage (in which case we generate a stopword list consisting of only the WE1S list).  Note: if using the scrub.py to delete stopwords from the articles, both the lower-case and proper case lists of stopwords must be included in the stopwords file (to delete both versions of words). (we1s-stopwords-master-file.xlsx last revised 2 Jan. 2016 by Alan.)

 

Function of This Web Page

     This web page functions as a convenience to record the fixes and stopwords in the operational versions of the files described above.  Collaborators on WE1S can check the web page to see if a problem they discover is already take care of.  If not, they can add suggestions to the bottom of each category under the label "to be added" indicated in red)

     The web page also explains the principles we are using for identifying fixes and stopwords.

     Note:  We can include here also problems that only show up in some publications, so long as applying fixes to them has no deleterious impact on other publications. However, indicate with a note when a fix should be applied only to a specific publication. For example: we want to remove "New York Times" only from the NY Times files, not from other publications.

 

 

 

 

Explanation:

The general principle is that we want the WE1S scrubbing script (whose values are set in config.py) and the WE1S extra stopword list (whose values are set in we1s_extra_stopwords.txt) to work in tandem to prevent the Mallet topic modeling program from encountering frequent non-thematic lexical elements that detract from discovering meaningful topics. Consider the following hypothetical example of a cluster of words that Mallet suggests are part of a single topic because they frequently co-occur in a corpus: "whale harpoon of ship oil John the blubber etc. boat sea above seals captain Monday 's ocean". Here the words in red are thematically significant words.  The other words or word fragments are non-thematic because they are either too common or co-occur in non-meaningful ways with other terms. For example, the fact that a word like "of" or a name like "John" co-occurs with both terms A and B does not mean that terms A and B actually have anything in common as a theme.  (There could be many different "John's" in a corpus, for instance). Note: we only worry about problems that occur frequently, as determined by text analysis of topic models, for example. Infrequent problems will tend to drop out of sight in topic modeling.

 


Punctuation Fixes:
(applied in config.py)

 

  • Punctuation fixes currently in config.py (for scrubbing script)
    • . (replace period with period followed by space)
    • : (replace colon with period followed by space)
    • ? (replace ? with ? followed by space)

 

  •  Punctuation fixes to be added to config.py
    •  's (replace apostrophe s with nothing)

 


 

Spelling Variants

(applied in config.py)

 

  • Spelling variants currently consolidated in config.py (for scrubbing list)
    Principles for scrubbing: (1) for important concepts in our context, we standardize to the American spelling.
    • centre --> center
    • labour --> labor
    • organisations --> organization
    • programme --> program

 

  • Spelling variants to be added for consolidation in config.py
    •  

 


Tokenizations:

(applied in config.py)

("Tokenize" in this context means change multi-word phrases into what text analysis program will treat as a single word.)
Principles: We consolidate: (1) important organization, nation, or other entity names for our context; (2) important acronyms in our context; (3) important names or phrases in which one part of the phrase would otherwise be stopped out; (4) phrases, titles, names that tend to be used as indicators of humanities works or issues (e.g., liberal_arts, Romeo_and_Juliet); (5) other important phrases functioning as compound words (e.g., social_sciences)

 

  • Tokenizations currently in config.py (for scrubbing script)
    • Abu_Dhabi
    • Affordable_Care_Act
    • American Association of University Professors --> AAUP
    • American_Studies_Association
    • Art_History
    • Big_Ten
    • Bryn_Mawr
    • center-left, centre-left --> center_left
    • Carnegie_Mellon
    • Claremont_McKenna
    • Chronicle_of_Higher_Education
    • Cold_War
    • Common_Core
    • continuing_education
    • Cooper_Union
    • Department_of_Education 
    • distance education, distance-education ---> distance_education
    • distance_learning
    • distant_reading
    • East_Coast
    • East_Asian
    • e-mail, E-mail --> email
    • Emily_Dickinson
    • Ezra_Pound
    • Fairleigh_Dickinson
    • Ford_Foundation
    • full_time
    • [consolidations for school grades]
      • first_grade (etc.)
    • hard_headed
    • hard_nosed
    • hard_science
    • hard_sciences
    • hard_times
    • hard_wired
    • hard_work
    • hard_working
    • Harvard_University
    • Harvey_Mudd
    • high-paying --> high_paying
    • high school, high-school, high schools, High School --> high_school
    • high-skill --> high_skill
    • high-skilled --> high_skilled
    • high_technology
    • H.M.O. --> HMO
    • Ho_Chi_Minh
    • Hong_Kong
    • Hurricane_Katrina
    • Ivy_League
    • King_Lear
    • Las_Vegas
    • cum_laude
    • [consolidations related to "left"]
      • American_left
      • British_left
      • left_brain
      • left_leaning
      • left_wing
      • the_left
    • [consolidations related to "right"]
      • [same with variation as for "left" above"]
    • Letters_to_the_Editor
    • liberal arts, liberal-arts, liberal art, liberal-art --> liberal_arts
    • Long_Island
    • long-term, long term --> long_term
    • long-time, long time --> long_time
    • los_angeles
    • [consolidations related to humanities majors] -- both singular and plural of "major" need to be consolidated (e.g., "English major" and "English majors")
      • English_major
      • History_major
      • Philosophy_major
      • French_major
      • Classics_major
      • Art_major
      • Language_major
      • humanities_major
      • arts_major
      • art_major
      • Art_History_major
      • major_in_humanities
    • [consolidations related to humanities minors]
      • [same with variation as for humanities majors]
    • Martin_Luther_King
    • M.D., M.D.s --> M_D  
    • Middle East, Middle Eastern --> Middle_East
    • M.A. --> M_A
    • MacArthur_Foundation
    • Mellon_Foundation
    • Modern Language Association --> MLA
    • Mother_Teresa
    • National Endowment for the Humanities, N. E. H. --> NEH
    • National Endowment for the Arts, N. E. A. --> NEA
    • National_Humanities_Center
    • National_Commission_on_Excellence_in_Education 
    • New_Haven
    • New_Left
    • New_Jersey
    • New_York
    • Nobel_laureate
    • North America, North_American --> North_America
    • Op Ed, Op ed, op ed --> Op_Ed
    • part time, part-time --> part_time
    • Pell grant, Pell grants --> Pell_grants
    • Ph.D., Ph. D., PhD --> Ph_D
    • Phi_Beta_Kappa
    • poet laureate, Poet laureate, poets laureate --> poet_laureate
    • political_correctness
    • queer_studies
    • queer_theory
    • Rockefeller_Foundation
    • Rome_and_Juliet
    • Royal_Society
    • SAT_scores
    • SAT averages, SAT score averages --> SAT_averages
    • SAT_verbal
    • SAT_math
    • SAT ACT, SAT/ACT, SAT / ACT, ACT SAT, ACT/SAT, ACT / SAT --> SAT_ACT
    • SAT subject test, SAT subject tests --> SAT_subject_test
    • SAT test, SAT tests --> SAT_tests
    • SAT_results
    • SAT_data
    • Saul_Bellow
    • sci-fi, sci fi, Sci-Fi, Sci Fi ---> sci_fi
    • social_sciences
    • social_science
    • social_scientist
    • social_studies
    • South America, South American --> South_America
    • Star_Trek
    • Star_Wars
    • startup, startups, Startup, Startups, start-ups, Start-ups, Start-up --> start-up
    • status quo, status-quo --> status_quo
    • Tel_Aviv
    • The_National_Review
    • Title_IX
    • Uncle_Sam
    • United Kingdom, U. K., U.K. --> United_Kingdom
    • United_Nations
    • University_of_California
    • University_of_Chicago
    • University_of_Bridgeport 
    • US, USA, U.S.A., U. S. A., U.S., United States, United States of America --> U_S
    • vice_chancellor
    • vice_dean
    • vice_president
    • vice_presidential
    • vice_provost
    • vice_rector
    • waiting list, waiting lists --> waiting_list
    • Wall_Street_Journal
    • Wi-fi, wifi, Wifi ---> wi-fi
    • White_House
    • White_Plains
    • World_War_I
    • World_War_II
    • Yale_University

 

Tokenizations to be added to config.py

  • Alternative Arts Council
  • Alvin Ailey Dance School Theatre
  • American Ballet Theatre
  • American Federation of Teachers
  • American Library Association
  • American Psychiatric Association 
  • American Revolution
  • American Symphony Orchestra 
  • Arts Council
  • Arts Council of England
  • Arts Factory
  • Arts and Humanities Research Board
  • Association of Medical Research Charities 
  • Australian National University
  • Bath Spa University 
  • Beloit University
  • Berkshire Theatre Festival
  • Birmingham City Council
  • Boilerhouse Theatre Company
  • Brandeis University
  • Bristol University
  • British Council
  • Cambridge University Library
  • Cardiff University
  • Columbia University
  • Dairy Council
  • Economic and Social Research Council
  • Edinburgh University
  • English National Opera
  • Essex University
  • Florida State University
  • Film Council   
  • Friedrich Wilhelm University
  • Gateshead Council
  • Higher Education Funding Council
  • Howard University 
  • Johns Hopkins University 
  • Jubilee Arts
  • Kingston University 
  • Labour Government
  • Leeds University
  • London Arts Board 
  • London County Council 
  • Luton University
  • Manchester University
  •  Medical Research Council 
  • Metropolitian Borough Council
  • Middlesex University   Muslim Council of Britain  
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  • National Anthem
  • National Autistic Society
  • National Book Award
  • National Bureau for Students with Disabilities
  • National Campaign for the Arts
  • National Centre for Popular Music
  • National Council of La Raza
  • National Endowment for Science and Technology
  • National Environment Research Council 
  • National Enquirer
  • National Foundation for Educational Research
  • National Foundation for Jewish Culture
  • National Gallery
  • National Gallery of Scotland
  • National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
  • National Geographic
  • National Hispanic Foundation
  • National Institution for Equal Opportunity
  • National Institute for Research
  • National Maritime Museum
  • National Organization of Women (also spelled Organisation)
  • National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia
  • National Poetry Day
  • National Postgraduate Committee
  • National Railway Museum
  • National Religious Party
  • National Rifle Association
  • National Science Foundation
  • National Society of Painters
  • National Theatre
  • National Trust
  • National Trust for Scotland
  • National Union of Teachers
  • Native American 
  • Northwestern University
  • Northumbria University
  • Ohio University
  • Open University
  • Piccadilly Theatre
  • Poole Arts Centre 

  • Princeton University
  •  Queen’s University
  • Refugee Council
  • Research Defense Society

  • Research Fortnight 

  • Royal Court Theatre
  •  Schiller International University
  • Shadow Arts Council
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Stanford University
  • Stella Adler Theatre School
  • South Tyneside Arts Studio 

  • Tory Government
  • University College London
  • University of East Anglia
  • University of East London
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of North London
  • University of Salford
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Warwick University
  • Wimbledon’s Polka Theatre
  • York University

 

  • o   American_Express
  • o   Black_History_Month
  • o   Board_of_Education
  • o   Business_World
  • o   City_College_of_New_York
  • o   City_University_of_New_York
  • o   Corporation_for_Public_Broadcasting
  • o   D.C., D. C. à D_C
  • o   D.C. Public Library, District of Columbia Public Library à D.C._Public_Library
  • o   Department_of_Education
  • o   Department_of_Public_Works
  • o   District_of_Columbia
  • o   Federal_City_College
  • o   Fort_Washington
  • o   George_Mason_University
  • o   George_Washington
  • o   George_Washington_University
  • o   House_Intelligence_Committee
  • o   House_Speaker
  • o   Howard _University
  • o   Kansas_City
  • o   Kennedy_Center_Opera_House
  • o   Latin_American
  • o   Mexico_City
  • o   National_Book_Award
  • o   National_Endowment_for_the_Arts
  • o   National_Endowment_for_the_Humanities
  • o   National_Gallery
  • o   National_Geographic
  • o   National_Geographic_Society
  • o   National_Guard
  • o   National_Humanities_Center
  • o   National_Humanities_Medal
  • o   National_Museum_of_American_History
  • o   National_Museum_of_Natural_History
  • o   National_Park_Service
  • o   National_Public_Radio
  • o   New_York_City
  • o   New_York_Public_Library
  • o   North_American
  • o   Ohio State, Ohio State University à Ohio_State_University
  • o   Paul_Peck_Humanities_Institute
  • o   Secretary_of_Education
  • o   Secretary_of_State
  • o   State_Department
  • o   Third_World
  • o   University_of_Maryland
  • o   Washington, D.C. à Washington_D.C.
  • o   Washington_Metropolitan_Area
  • o   Washington_Performing_Arts_Society
  • o   Washington_Post
  • o   White_House
  • o   World_War_I
  • o   World_War_II

 

 

 

 


Phrases stopped out in config.py (for scrubbing script):

 

  • Stop phrases currently in config.py (for scrubbing script)
    • Associated Press
    • Continue reading the main story
    • Corrections & Amplifications
    • Credit: By
    • New York Times (this fix specific to NYT)
    • njtowns@nytimes.com
    • N.Y. / Region
    • Published:
    • Room for Debate (this fix specific to NYT)
    • Special to the New York Times (this fix specific to NYT)
    • Sunday New Jersey Section
    • 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10018-1405

 

  • Stop phrases to add to config.py 
    • Guardian (this fix specific to Guardian)
    •    Washington_Post (this fix specific to WP)
    •    Washington_Ways (this fix specific to WP)
    •    Los_Angeles_Times (this fix specific to LATimes)
    •    National_Public_Radio (this fix specific to NPR)

 


Single words to be stopped out in we1s_extra_stopwords.txt:

 

  • Names currently stopped out in we1s_extra_stopwords.txt
    Principles for adding words : (1) common first names of people, but not first names that are also common last names or place names; (2) months, numbers, days of week and their abbreviations; (3) phrases such as "pages" that in newspapers have a primarily functional rather than thematic meaning; (3) common inadvertent OCR and word fragment problems
    • ’ll
      ’ve
      ’ve
      ’ve
      “’ve
      á
      à
      ã
      a.'s
      aaron
      abdul
      abe
      abigail
      ABOUT
      abraham
      abram
      abrams
      adams
      additional
      adele
      adlai
      adler
      afternoon
      afternoons
      ain
      al
      alan
      alexander
      alexandra
      alfred
      ali
      alice
      alicia
      alison
      allan
      allen
      allison
      alvin
      amanda
      amir
      amy
      and/or
      anderson
      andré
      andrea
      andrew
      andrews
      andy
      angela
      angelina
      ann
      anna
      anne
      annette
      annie
      anthony
      appl
      apr
      april
      aren’
      aren’
      arnold
      ashley
      AT&
      aubrey
      audrey
      aug
      august
      avenue
      avery
      axelrod
      baldwin
      bam
      barry
      barton
      based
      becker
      ben
      benjamin
      benson
      bernard
      beth
      betsy
      betty
      beverley
      beverly
      bianca
      bob
      bonnie
      brad
      bradley
      brady
      brett
      brian
      bruce
      burke
      BY
      ç
      calvin
      cameron
      campbell
      can't
      canʼt
      carlos
      carlson
      carly
      carol
      caroline
      carolyn
      carolyn
      case
      catherine
      cathy
      celeste
      chad
      charles
      charlotte
      chelsea
      chen
      chester
      chris
      christine
      christopher
      chuck
      claim
      claimed
      claire
      clara
      clark
      cohen
      coleman
      collins
      comprises
      comprising
      connected
      connor
      constance
      continue
      continued
      continues
      cooper
      couldn
      craig
      crawford
      cummings
      d.'s
      daly
      dan
      daniel
      danny
      daphne
      dave
      david
      davidson
      davis
      de
      debbie
      deborah
      debra
      dec
      dec.
      december
      del
      dempsey
      denise
      dennis
      derek
      derrick
      diana
      diane
      dick
      didn
      didn'
      didn"t
      didn’
      didn’
      doesn
      doesn"t
      doesn't
      doesnʼt
      don
      don
      don"t
      don’
      don't
      donʼt
      dorothy
      doug
      douglas
      douglass
      dr
      dr
      du
      duncan
      dwight
      é
      ë
      e.g
      earl
      eddie
      edmund
      eduardo
      edward
      edwin
      eighth
      eileen
      el
      elena
      eli
      elisabeth
      elizabeth
      ellen
      elliott
      elliott
      emily
      en
      entitled
      eric
      eric
      erica
      erik
      erika
      erin
      esther
      ethan
      eugene
      evans
      evening
      everett
      evylyn
      ext
      fact
      feb
      feb
      february
      felicia
      ferdinand
      fernando
      fig
      figs
      filed
      FOR
      form
      francis
      françois
      frank
      fred
      frederick
      friday
      fridays
      gabriel
      gabrielle
      gary
      george
      GEORGE
      gerald
      geraldine
      glenn
      gloria
      goings-
      goldman
      goldman
      greg
      gregg
      gregory
      greta
      gretchen
      gustav
      gustavo
      hadn
      hannah
      hans
      harold
      harriet
      harry
      hasn
      hasn’
      hassan
      helen
      henry
      herman
      he's
      hester
      hour
      hours
      howard
      href
      htm
      html
      HTML
      http
      hundred
      hundreds
      í
      ian
      id
      ii
      iii
      iii
      il
      i'm
      iʼm
      IN
      include
      included
      includes
      including
      irving
      isaac
      isaiah
      isn
      isn’
      isn’
      it"s
      item
      items
      it's
      itʼs
      jack
      jake
      james
      jamie
      jan
      JAN
      jane
      janet
      january
      jason
      jay
      jean
      jeanette
      jeanne
      jeannette
      jeff
      jeffrey
      jenny
      jeremy
      jerome
      jerry
      jesse
      jessica
      jill
      jim
      jimmy
      joan
      joanie
      joanna
      joanne
      joe
      joel
      john
      johnny
      johnson
      jon
      jonah
      jonathan
      jones
      jose
      joseph
      josh
      joshua
      jr
      jul
      jul
      JUL
      Jules
      julia
      Juliá
      julie
      juliet
      july
      JULY
      jun
      june
      JUNE
      JUNE
      karen
      kari
      kate
      katharine
      kathleen
      kathryn
      kathy
      katie
      kay
      kaye
      keith
      kelly
      kelsey
      ken
      kenneth
      kenny
      kent
      kerry
      kevin
      kevin
      kim
      kimberly
      kirk
      kirsten
      konrad
      kristin
      kristina
      kurt
      la
      lauren
      laurence
      laurie
      lawrence
      lee
      leif
      leigh
      leila
      lena
      leo
      leonard
      lets
      lev
      li
      liam
      lila
      lillian
      lilly
      lin
      lindsay
      lindsey
      lionel
      liz
      liza
      lizzie
      ll
      llc
      lloyd
      lonni
      lonnie
      lori
      louie
      louis
      louis
      louisa
      lucas
      lucinda
      lucy
      ludwig
      luis
      luke
      lynn
      lynne
      madeleine
      madeline
      mar
      MAR
      marc
      march
      marcia
      marcos
      marcus
      marcy
      margaret
      maria
      marianne
      marie
      marie
      marilyn
      marilynne
      mario
      marion
      marissa
      mark
      mark
      martha
      martin
      marvin
      mary
      mary
      marybeth
      mathew
      matthew
      matthew
      maurice
      max
      maxwell
      maynard
      megan
      melanie
      melinda
      melissa
      meryl
      michael
      michael
      michel
      michele
      michelle
      miguel
      mike
      mikhail
      miller
      minute
      minutes
      mitchell
      Monday
      mondays
      month
      months
      morgan
      morning
      mornings
      mr
      MR
      mrs.
      Mrs.
      Ms.
      murray
      mville
      ñ
      nancy
      naomi
      natalie
      natasha
      nate
      nathan
      nathaniel
      neil
      nelson
      nicholas
      nicholas
      nick
      nicole
      nina
      ninth
      NOT
      nov
      NOV
      november
      nytimes
      ó
      ö
      oct
      OCT
      october
      oliver
      olivia
      omar
      ON
      ONE
      org
      org.
      org.;
      page
      pamela
      paolo
      parker
      part
      pat
      patricia
      patrick
      patrick
      patti
      paul
      paul
      paula
      pauline
      paulo
      pdf
      PDF
      PER
      pete
      peter
      peter
      pgs
      phil
      philip
      philippe
      phillip
      php
      PHP
      phyllida
      PLUS
      PM
      pp
      present
      provide
      provided
      providing
      pt.
      put
      puts
      putting
      rachel
      ralph
      ray
      rebecca
      reginald
      related
      rené
      result
      richard
      richard
      rick
      rick
      ricky
      robert
      robert
      roberto
      robin
      roger
      roland
      ron
      ronald
      rosie
      ross
      roy
      ruth
      ryan
      sachs
      said
      sally
      sam
      samantha
      samuel
      sandra
      sara
      sarah
      Saturday
      saturdays
      se
      sean
      sebastian
      selected
      sept
      SEPT
      september
      series
      set
      seth
      seymour
      sherry
      sheryl
      shouldn
      shouldn’
      shown
      sidney
      similar
      sixth
      smith
      sonia
      specific
      spoke
      st.
      st.
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wherein
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williams
willie
willis
WITH
wo
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wouldn
www
xi
xia
years
york
YOU
you"re
you're
youʼre
zachary

 

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