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Data Science Syllabus for Lawyers 


Lesson 1: Getting Started with R  


Basic Calculations in R  

Data types and functions  

Accessing and manipulating data  

Plotting data  

Basic string operations  



Lesson 2: Web Scraping and Data Upload  


Setting a Working Directory  
Installing Packages  
Loading and saving CSV files  
Upload text files  
Read and upload PDFs  
Web scraping  
Working with XML data  


Lesson 3: Regular Expressions In legal data science, regexes serve two basic purposes.  


Document Segmentation:  For some applications, we want to work with parts of a document rather than the entire text. It is thus useful to segment contracts or treaties into constituent articles. Regexes help with that.  

Informational Retrieval: In other contexts, we use regexes to identify and extract the information we are interested in. For example, we could extract all the dates, email addresses, or citations in a document. Again, regexes help us accomplish this.  

1. What is a Regex?  
2. Integrating Regexes into R Code  
3. Using Regexes for Text Segmentation  
4. Using Regexes for Information Retrieval  


Lesson 4: Citation Networks and Legal Network Analysis  


Using regexes to find citations  

Creating a citation list  

Finding the most cited cases  

Visualizing networks  

Network measures  


Lesson 5: Dictionary Analysis (text as data analysis)  


Creation of a Text Corpus and Text Pre-processing  

Creating a Term-document Matrix  

Visualizing Word Frequency  

Working with Bigrams  

Dictionary Approach I: Term mapping  

Dictionary Approach II: Sentiment Analysis  


Lesson 6: Similarity  


Preparing Metadata  
Creating a Document-Term Matrix  
Creating a Similarity Matrix  
Visualizing Similarity Through Heatmaps  


Lesson 7: Automated content analysis through machine learning  


Unsupervised Machine Learning  
Supervised Machine Learning  


Lesson 8: Prediction  


Loading WJ Brennan Voting  

Prediction Using Naive Bayes  

Prediction Using Support Vector Machines  

Prediction Using K-Nearest Neighbour 


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At The Legal Engineer, we believe that harnessing the power of legal software can revolutionize the way legal professionals work, streamlining processes, reducing manual labor, and ultimately saving precious time and resources. Our platform serves as a comprehensive resource, offering expert reviews, insightful articles, and curated lists of the most promising legal software solutions available.


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