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How can I use Wikipedia2vec model for embedding my article named entities as 40% entities are not in a wikipedia?

I have news articles in my dataset containing named entities. I want to use the Wikipedia2vec model to encode the article's named entities. But some of the entities (around 40%) from our dataset ...
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Can a dataset built upon another have more restrictive license?

I found a dataset built on top of Wikipedia dump, which comes in Huggingface Dataset library. The Wikipedia dump is licensed under CC BY-SA and the Huggingface Dataset is licensed under Apache-2.0, ...
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Search for similar wikipedia articles based on a set of keywords [closed]

I want to solve two questions: Which wikipedia articles could be interesting to me based on a list of keywords that are generated by the search terms I normally use in google(received by google ...
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IterativeImputer Evaluation

I am having a hard time evaluating my model of imputation. I used an iterative imputer model to fill in the missing values in all four columns. For the model on the iterative imputer, I am using a ...
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doc2vec - paragraph or article as document

I'm trying to train a doc2vec model on the German wiki corpus. While looking for the best practice I've found different possibilities on how to create the training data. Should I split every Wikipedia ...
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Minimum number of features for Naïve Bayes model

I keep on reading that Naive Bayes needs fewer features than many other ML algorithms. But what's the minimum number of features you actually need to get good results (90% accuracy) with a Naive Bayes ...
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Wikipedia corpus for NLP - Cleaned sentences

I can see many wikipedia dumps out there. I am looking for a wikipedia-made corpus, in which every line is one sentence, without any wikipedia meta tags.