Wordcloud of the Arizona et al. v. United States opinion by Michael J Bommarito II.
From the post:
Here’s one purely for fun – a wordcloud built from the Supreme Court’s opinion on Arizona et al. v United States. Word clouds, though certainly not the most scientific of visualization techniques, are often engaging and “fun” ways to lead into discussion on NLP or topic modeling.
Includes the code to automate the process. One assumes you can amuse yourself as legal decisions, speeches, etc. emerge during an election year in the United States.
Suggestion: create a word cloud of questions by reporters and a separate word cloud of the responses by candidates.
The number of terms in common would be vanishingly low I suspect.