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Python type() is a function that evaluates the data type of the object within the parenthesis. For a string "hello world", it will return: <str>; for an integer 5, it will return <int> and so on. Text analysis In our text analysis workshop, type means unique vocabulary items in a corpus. (Ex: “Whale” and “whale” are different types.)


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