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I am trying to create a sentiment analysis program . The fact that Windows literally gave me everything on a plate right here
---https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/machine-learning/tutorials/sentiment-analysis[^]---

but me being me I fall over at the first hurdle , what on earth is a directory and how do I implement it , where do I implement it
Thankyou
ps I will probably be coming back here for more help sooo...

What I have tried:

I have looked up
---Directory.CreateDirectory Method (System.IO) | Microsoft Docs[^]---
to try and understand what on earth it is but no clue
Thanks for the help
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Patrice T 30-Jul-19 18:23pm
   
Why don't you ask ms ?

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what on earth is a directory and how do I implement it , where do I implement it
A folder. :facepalm:

What they are saying is that you need to create a folder (directory) called "data" and store the data files (on which you will be training models) in that folder (directory). Oh, and the data is also available right above this statement in the document (read the Prerequisites).

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ps I will probably be coming back here for more help sooo...
You are more than welcome to visit us again, with a proper problem of course. But with this knowledge and experience—and perhaps a language gap—I recommend that you first try to gain some programming experience and then continue with this machine learning task.

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I have looked up
You did not have to look that up, they just asked you to create a directory, how was not even mentioned and you have a free choice, but you brought the difficult side up on you.

Next question is, what is a NuGet package? Let me help you with that, NuGet Gallery | Home[^].
   
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HamzaMcBob 31-Jul-19 7:57am
   
Your a legend
HamzaMcBob 31-Jul-19 17:28pm
   
Surprisingly no more questions , managed to do the rest with little stress
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan 31-Jul-19 19:36pm
   
Perfect, good luck with your next tasks, Hamza.
HamzaMcBob 1-Aug-19 15:40pm
   
LOOOL so this is extremely interesting, I created it , it works more or less perfectly , but im trying to implement it into a different program so long story short
when I type in "The woman died " or "The woman was murdered" ps if your wondering why I chose these sentences it was due to the specific program I am trying to create. instead of negative , it came up with positive …
so here's my question is there a way to refine it so it will give better results or does it just need more training , in the sense that I literally just put "The woman is dead " and as negative into its training data. Would you consider this cheating . And technically speaking should be able to train the AI for specific circumstances by just putting it in those situations in its training phase ...right?

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