How to do it...

Let's now move on to look at how to build our model.

  1. After reading the data, we use the head() function to take a look it:
 df_messages.head(3)

In the following screenshot, we can see that there are two columns: labels and messageThe output is as follows:

  1. We then use the describe() function to look at a few metrics in each of the columns:
df_messages.describe()

This gives us the following metrics:

For the object datatype, the result of describe() will provide metrics, count, unique, top, and freq. top refers to the most ...

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