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Advance your Python skills by Building a Whatsapp Chat Analyser: a Guided Project

Nityesh Agarwal on November 18, 2019

Finding ways to apply your knowledge after the learning process essentially means that the learning happened without much sense of a destination. A... [Read Full]
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Wow! A couples of months ago I analyzed the chat history I had with my now ex-girlfriend. I wanted to investigate the timeseries of certain parameters e.g. number of messages, specific emojis etc. in order to check at which point our distance relationship was declining. That was so fun despite we broke up😂😭

 

Hahha! That is so geeky, I love it! 😜 Awesome (and sad) stuff man!

 

I don't have any Whatsapp chats to use. Suggestions?

 

You can follow the rest of the guide with any other chat file as well. Can you get you chat archive on some other chat service that you use?

 

Hello, please how can i separate the time and the dates in the text file from the main chat?

 

Hey @demigod, you can use the time module for that. Sorry for the late response. I would request you to join the above mentioned Slack group to get faster help from me or your peers as well! :)

 

Hello Nityesh, you've got an awesome project here. How do i join the slack group? is there a link or something... pls post below

 

Hello! I love your project, but can you give me a hint on how to Code MS5: Feature 4, btw thanks for guided project.

 

Hey Hamza, you chould try to take the difference between every 2 consecutive msg and see if it is more than a certain threshold. You'll probably need to use Python's time module here.

Sorry for the late response. I would request you to join the above mentioned Slack group to get faster help from me or your peers as well! :)

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