[R] Using R to analyse Court documents

Tom Woolman twoo|m@n @end|ng |rom ont@rgettek@com
Tue Jul 20 17:55:00 CEST 2021

Hi Brian. I assume you're interested in some kind of classification of  
the theme or the contents within each document?
In which case I would direct you to natural language processing for  
multinomial classification of unstructured data. Basically an NLP  
(natural language processing) classification problem. The first  
challenge will be obtaining human-labeled training examples of a  
sufficient number of example documents.


Quoting Brian Smith <briansmith199312 using gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> I am wondering if there is some references on how R can be used to
> analyse legal/court documents. I searched a bit in internet but unable
> to get anything meaningful.
> Any reference will be very appreciated.
> Thanks for your time.
> Thanks and regards,
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