By: Mike Mirando & Nadia Sharif
The utilization of a variance in number of topics in mallet methodically effects the results and outcomes out the process. As we observed the data from previous findings, we concluded that if one has a fewer amount of topics, evidence is more clear and broad in certain aspects. The outputs are meticulously strengthened and bolded as the number of iterations are increased, existing as a positive correlation. A recommended setting for Mallet would be: 50 topics, 1500 iterations, and 20 topic words.
Money & Worth: business client money england hundred king pounds thousand large set gold photograph paid pay ten give draw fifty ready worth
a) The specific story that utilized this topic the most was, The Blue Carbuncle with 21% of the words assigned to this topic (34 words)
b) The specific story that utilized this topic the least was, The Boscombe Valley Mystery (2 words)
c) 1) Due to the fact that these explicit words are associated with money, can you imply that the entire story circulated around economics?
2) Can Mallet help us determine if all of the Sherlock Holmes are circulated around money?
Family: woman lady wife husband life love left boy child nature loved beautiful maid ferguson happy madam women mistress devoted wonderful
a) The story that this selection of words is mostly found is is, The Sussex Vampire (88 words)
b) The story that this selection of words is mostly found in is, The Red Circle (2 words)
c) 1) Can we determine what characters have been associated with these words from MALLET?
2) Can we comprehend the background of information associated with this selection of words?
Unfortunate Murder: death man poor terrible dead heard told creature happened died night life human met devil great wild fate dreadful killed
a) The most prevalent story that these words are associated with is, The Second Stain (64 words)
b) The least prevalent story that these words are associated with is, The Noble Bachelor (2 words)
c) 1) Can we find the specific event that occurred from MALLET?
2) At which time and point in the story did these words come up most and why?
As we overlooked the results a numerous amount of times, we found these topics to be the most interesting and most evident and specific when it came to comprehending the background information. Methodically understanding the information the topic sets out for you was a highly significant aspect of Mallet and can be proved to be a primary aspect of reading.