Eric Kleppen
Software Product Analyst at Infinite Campus
Expertise: Software Engineering
Education: University of Minnesota

Eric Kleppen is a software product analyst at Infinite Campus, where he’s worked since 2012 in a number of roles. Eric earned his bachelor’s degree in scientific and technical communication from the University of Minnesota. He also holds a certificate in data visualization and data analysis from the University of Minnesota.

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Sentiment analysis illustration of three people who each have an emoji-like speech bubble over their head. From left to right they're neutral, happy, and sad.
We use sentiment analysis to gain insights into a target audience’s feelings about a particular topic. Here are the basics of sentiment analysis types and techniques.
Turing Test image of a man from behind having a conversation with a white humanoid robot.
In the Turing Test, a computer and human are asked questions to determine which is human. If the computer is indistinguishable from the human, it passes the Turing Test.
Hypervisor data storage towers
A hypervisor is a software layer running on a host machine that allows the host machine’s resources to be divided between virtual machines (VMs).
A virtual machine is like having a computer inside your computer. Here’s how to create your own Linux VM.
If you’re wondering how to find the variance in your data set, look no further. Here’s how to calculate variance in a snap with Pandas.
Want to practice NLP? Here’s how to use Python to start collecting text through APIs and web scraping.
Explore concrete ways to apply preprocessing, tokenization, vectorization and feature engineering on text data with these 3 projects.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to vectorize text using Gensim and Plotly.