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preetham-salehundam commented Nov 27, 2019

@Mau
words like

  • greetings,
  • unfortunately,
  • awfully
    and some other adjectives can be useful in sentiment analysis.
    IMO- we should exclude them from the list.

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darthbhyrava commented Dec 19, 2019

It's like a poem, really.

Indeed.

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jimmyjames177414 commented Jan 3, 2020

I took everyone's beautiful work and compiled a complete list of English stopwords:
Your welcome :).
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auilab commented Apr 29, 2020

["i", ..., "now"]

Thank you!

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dzf0023 commented May 15, 2020

thank all of you!!!

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syahirulfaiz commented Aug 1, 2020

Cheers!!

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KorySchneider commented Aug 3, 2020

@paragkhursange

how to find hindi stop words

I know this is probably a bit late, but: https://www.ranks.nl/stopwords/hindi

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AliNajafi1998 commented Aug 10, 2020

Thanks!

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ZohebAbai commented Aug 26, 2020

I took everyone's beautiful work and compiled a complete list of English stopwords:
Your welcome :).
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"thickv", "thin", "think", "third", "this", "thorough", "thoroughly", "those", "thou", "though", "thoughh", "thousand", "three", "throug", "through", "throughout", "thru", "thus", "ti", "til", "tip", "tj", "tl", "tm", "tn", "to", "together", "too", "took", "top", "toward", "towards", "tp", "tq", "tr", "tried", "tries", "truly", "try", "trying", "ts", "t's", "tt", "tv", "twelve", "twenty", "twice", "two", "tx", "u", "u201d", "ue", "ui", "uj", "uk", "um", "un", "under", "unfortunately", "unless", "unlike", "unlikely", "until", "unto", "uo", "up", "upon", "ups", "ur", "us", "use", "used", "useful", "usefully", "usefulness", "uses", "using", "usually", "ut", "v", "va", "value", "various", "vd", "ve", "ve", "very", "via", "viz", "vj", "vo", "vol", "vols", "volumtype", "vq", "vs", "vt", "vu", "w", "wa", "want", "wants", "was", "wasn", "wasnt", "wasn't", "way", "we", "wed", "we'd", "welcome", "well", "we'll", "well-b", "went", "were", "we're", "weren", "werent", "weren't", "we've", "what", "whatever", "what'll", "whats", "what's", "when", "whence", "whenever", "when's", "where", "whereafter", "whereas", "whereby", "wherein", "wheres", "where's", "whereupon", "wherever", "whether", "which", "while", "whim", "whither", "who", "whod", "whoever", "whole", "who'll", "whom", "whomever", "whos", "who's", "whose", "why", "why's", "wi", "widely", "will", "willing", "wish", "with", "within", "without", "wo", "won", "wonder", "wont", "won't", "words", "world", "would", "wouldn", "wouldnt", "wouldn't", "www", "x", "x1", "x2", "x3", "xf", "xi", "xj", "xk", "xl", "xn", "xo", "xs", "xt", "xv", "xx", "y", "y2", "yes", "yet", "yj", "yl", "you", "youd", "you'd", "you'll", "your", "youre", "you're", "yours", "yourself", "yourselves", "you've", "yr", "ys", "yt", "z", "zero", "zi", "zz",

Based on the above list of stopwords I created a txt file to easily load it into your NLP project and use this as a python list. Below are the steps to do so.

wget https://gist.githubusercontent.com/ZohebAbai/513218c3468130eacff6481f424e4e64/raw/b70776f341a148293ff277afa0d0302c8c38f7e2/gist_stopwords.txt

gist_file = open("gist_stopwords.txt", "r")
try:
    content = gist_file.read()
    stopwords = content.split(",")
finally:
    gist_file.close()

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talhaanwarch commented Oct 31, 2020

I took everyone's beautiful work and compiled a complete list of English stopwords:
Your welcome :).
"0o", "0s", "3a", "3b", "3d", "6b", "6o", "a", "a1", "a2", "a3", "a4", "ab", "able", "about", "above", "abst", "ac", "accordance", "according", "accordingly", "across", "act", "actually", "ad", "added", "adj", "ae", "af", "affected", "affecting", "affects", "after", "afterwards", "ag", "again", "against", "ah", "ain", "ain't", "aj", "al", "all", "allow", "allows", "almost", "alone", "along", "already", "also", "although", "always", "am", "among", "amongst", "amoungst", "amount", "an", "and", "announce", "another", "any", "anybody", "anyhow", "anymore", "anyone", "anything", "anyway", "anyways", "anywhere", "ao", "ap", "apart", "apparently", "appear", "appreciate", "appropriate", "approximately", "ar", "are", "aren", "arent", "aren't", "arise", "around", "as", "a's", "aside", "ask", "asking", "associated", "at", "au", "auth", "av", "available", "aw", "away", "awfully", "ax", "ay", "az", "b", "b1", "b2", "b3", "ba", "back", "bc", "bd", "be", "became", "because", "become", "becomes", "becoming", "been", "before", "beforehand", "begin", "beginning", "beginnings", "begins", "behind", "being", "believe", "below", "beside", "besides", "best", "better", "between", "beyond", "bi", "bill", "biol", "bj", "bk", "bl", "bn", "both", "bottom", "bp", "br", "brief", "briefly", "bs", "bt", "bu", "but", "bx", "by", "c", "c1", "c2", "c3", "ca", "call", "came", "can", "cannot", "cant", "can't", "cause", "causes", "cc", "cd", "ce", "certain", "certainly", "cf", "cg", "ch", "changes", "ci", "cit", "cj", "cl", "clearly", "cm", "c'mon", "cn", "co", "com", "come", "comes", "con", "concerning", "consequently", "consider", "considering", "contain", "containing", "contains", "corresponding", "could", "couldn", "couldnt", "couldn't", "course", "cp", "cq", "cr", "cry", "cs", "c's", "ct", "cu", "currently", "cv", "cx", "cy", "cz", "d", "d2", "da", "date", "dc", "dd", "de", "definitely", "describe", "described", "despite", "detail", "df", "di", "did", "didn", "didn't", "different", "dj", "dk", "dl", "do", "does", "doesn", "doesn't", "doing", "don", "done", "don't", "down", "downwards", "dp", "dr", "ds", "dt", "du", "due", "during", "dx", "dy", "e", "e2", "e3", "ea", "each", "ec", "ed", "edu", "ee", "ef", "effect", "eg", "ei", "eight", "eighty", "either", "ej", "el", "eleven", "else", "elsewhere", "em", "empty", "en", "end", "ending", "enough", "entirely", "eo", "ep", "eq", "er", "es", "especially", "est", "et", "et-al", "etc", "eu", "ev", "even", "ever", "every", "everybody", "everyone", "everything", "everywhere", "ex", "exactly", "example", "except", "ey", "f", "f2", "fa", "far", "fc", "few", "ff", "fi", "fifteen", "fifth", "fify", "fill", "find", "fire", "first", "five", "fix", "fj", "fl", "fn", "fo", "followed", "following", "follows", "for", "former", "formerly", "forth", "forty", "found", "four", "fr", "from", "front", "fs", "ft", "fu", "full", "further", "furthermore", "fy", "g", "ga", "gave", "ge", "get", "gets", "getting", "gi", "give", "given", "gives", "giving", "gj", "gl", "go", "goes", "going", "gone", "got", "gotten", "gr", "greetings", "gs", "gy", "h", "h2", "h3", "had", "hadn", "hadn't", "happens", "hardly", "has", "hasn", "hasnt", "hasn't", "have", "haven", "haven't", "having", "he", "hed", "he'd", "he'll", "hello", "help", "hence", "her", "here", "hereafter", "hereby", "herein", "heres", "here's", "hereupon", "hers", "herself", "hes", "he's", "hh", "hi", "hid", "him", "himself", "his", "hither", "hj", "ho", "home", "hopefully", "how", "howbeit", "however", "how's", "hr", "hs", "http", "hu", "hundred", "hy", "i", "i2", "i3", "i4", "i6", "i7", "i8", "ia", "ib", "ibid", "ic", "id", "i'd", "ie", "if", "ig", "ignored", "ih", "ii", "ij", "il", "i'll", "im", "i'm", "immediate", "immediately", "importance", "important", "in", "inasmuch", "inc", "indeed", "index", "indicate", "indicated", "indicates", "information", "inner", "insofar", "instead", "interest", "into", "invention", "inward", "io", "ip", "iq", "ir", "is", "isn", "isn't", "it", "itd", "it'd", "it'll", "its", "it's", "itself", "iv", "i've", "ix", "iy", "iz", "j", "jj", "jr", "js", "jt", "ju", "just", "k", "ke", "keep", "keeps", "kept", "kg", "kj", "km", "know", "known", "knows", "ko", "l", "l2", "la", "largely", "last", "lately", "later", "latter", "latterly", "lb", "lc", "le", "least", "les", "less", "lest", "let", "lets", "let's", "lf", "like", "liked", "likely", "line", "little", "lj", "ll", "ll", "ln", "lo", "look", "looking", "looks", "los", "lr", "ls", "lt", "ltd", "m", "m2", "ma", "made", "mainly", "make", "makes", "many", "may", "maybe", "me", "mean", "means", "meantime", "meanwhile", "merely", "mg", "might", "mightn", "mightn't", "mill", "million", "mine", "miss", "ml", "mn", "mo", "more", "moreover", "most", "mostly", "move", "mr", "mrs", "ms", "mt", "mu", "much", "mug", "must", "mustn", "mustn't", "my", "myself", "n", "n2", "na", "name", "namely", "nay", "nc", "nd", "ne", "near", "nearly", "necessarily", "necessary", "need", "needn", "needn't", "needs", "neither", "never", "nevertheless", "new", "next", "ng", "ni", "nine", "ninety", "nj", "nl", "nn", "no", "nobody", "non", "none", "nonetheless", "noone", "nor", "normally", "nos", "not", "noted", "nothing", "novel", "now", "nowhere", "nr", "ns", "nt", "ny", "o", "oa", "ob", "obtain", "obtained", "obviously", "oc", "od", "of", "off", "often", "og", "oh", "oi", "oj", "ok", "okay", "ol", "old", "om", "omitted", "on", "once", "one", "ones", "only", "onto", "oo", "op", "oq", "or", "ord", "os", "ot", "other", "others", "otherwise", "ou", "ought", "our", "ours", "ourselves", "out", "outside", "over", "overall", "ow", "owing", "own", "ox", "oz", "p", "p1", "p2", "p3", "page", "pagecount", "pages", "par", "part", "particular", "particularly", "pas", "past", "pc", "pd", "pe", "per", "perhaps", "pf", "ph", "pi", "pj", "pk", "pl", "placed", "please", "plus", "pm", "pn", "po", "poorly", "possible", "possibly", "potentially", "pp", "pq", "pr", "predominantly", "present", "presumably", "previously", "primarily", "probably", "promptly", "proud", "provides", "ps", "pt", "pu", "put", "py", "q", "qj", "qu", "que", "quickly", "quite", "qv", "r", "r2", "ra", "ran", "rather", "rc", "rd", "re", "readily", "really", "reasonably", "recent", "recently", "ref", "refs", "regarding", "regardless", "regards", "related", "relatively", "research", "research-articl", "respectively", "resulted", "resulting", "results", "rf", "rh", "ri", "right", "rj", "rl", "rm", "rn", "ro", "rq", "rr", "rs", "rt", "ru", "run", "rv", "ry", "s", "s2", "sa", "said", "same", "saw", "say", "saying", "says", "sc", "sd", "se", "sec", "second", "secondly", "section", "see", "seeing", "seem", "seemed", "seeming", "seems", "seen", "self", "selves", "sensible", "sent", "serious", "seriously", "seven", "several", "sf", "shall", "shan", "shan't", "she", "shed", "she'd", "she'll", "shes", "she's", "should", "shouldn", "shouldn't", "should've", "show", "showed", "shown", "showns", "shows", "si", "side", "significant", "significantly", "similar", "similarly", "since", "sincere", "six", "sixty", "sj", "sl", "slightly", "sm", "sn", "so", "some", "somebody", "somehow", "someone", "somethan", "something", "sometime", "sometimes", "somewhat", "somewhere", "soon", "sorry", "sp", "specifically", "specified", "specify", "specifying", "sq", "sr", "ss", "st", "still", "stop", "strongly", "sub", "substantially", "successfully", "such", "sufficiently", "suggest", "sup", "sure", "sy", "system", "sz", "t", "t1", "t2", "t3", "take", "taken", "taking", "tb", "tc", "td", "te", "tell", "ten", "tends", "tf", "th", "than", "thank", "thanks", "thanx", "that", "that'll", "thats", "that's", "that've", "the", "their", "theirs", "them", "themselves", "then", "thence", "there", "thereafter", "thereby", "thered", "therefore", "therein", "there'll", "thereof", "therere", "theres", "there's", "thereto", "thereupon", "there've", "these", "they", "theyd", "they'd", "they'll", "theyre", "they're", "they've", "thickv", "thin", "think", "third", "this", "thorough", "thoroughly", "those", "thou", "though", "thoughh", "thousand", "three", "throug", "through", "throughout", "thru", "thus", "ti", "til", "tip", "tj", "tl", "tm", "tn", "to", "together", "too", "took", "top", "toward", "towards", "tp", "tq", "tr", "tried", "tries", "truly", "try", "trying", "ts", "t's", "tt", "tv", "twelve", "twenty", "twice", "two", "tx", "u", "u201d", "ue", "ui", "uj", "uk", "um", "un", "under", "unfortunately", "unless", "unlike", "unlikely", "until", "unto", "uo", "up", "upon", "ups", "ur", "us", "use", "used", "useful", "usefully", "usefulness", "uses", "using", "usually", "ut", "v", "va", "value", "various", "vd", "ve", "ve", "very", "via", "viz", "vj", "vo", "vol", "vols", "volumtype", "vq", "vs", "vt", "vu", "w", "wa", "want", "wants", "was", "wasn", "wasnt", "wasn't", "way", "we", "wed", "we'd", "welcome", "well", "we'll", "well-b", "went", "were", "we're", "weren", "werent", "weren't", "we've", "what", "whatever", "what'll", "whats", "what's", "when", "whence", "whenever", "when's", "where", "whereafter", "whereas", "whereby", "wherein", "wheres", "where's", "whereupon", "wherever", "whether", "which", "while", "whim", "whither", "who", "whod", "whoever", "whole", "who'll", "whom", "whomever", "whos", "who's", "whose", "why", "why's", "wi", "widely", "will", "willing", "wish", "with", "within", "without", "wo", "won", "wonder", "wont", "won't", "words", "world", "would", "wouldn", "wouldnt", "wouldn't", "www", "x", "x1", "x2", "x3", "xf", "xi", "xj", "xk", "xl", "xn", "xo", "xs", "xt", "xv", "xx", "y", "y2", "yes", "yet", "yj", "yl", "you", "youd", "you'd", "you'll", "your", "youre", "you're", "yours", "yourself", "yourselves", "you've", "yr", "ys", "yt", "z", "zero", "zi", "zz",

There is one line to be added and that is
stopwords=[i.replace('"',"").strip() for i in stopwords]

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amosmtaita commented Nov 10, 2020

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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mas-dse-pmallory commented Nov 13, 2020

This is a list of the English stopwords found in Mathematica 12.1.1.0...

{0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,a,A,about,above,across,after,again,against,all,almost,alone,along,already,also,although,always,am,among,an,and,another,any,anyone,anything,anywhere,are,aren't,around,as,at,b,B,back,be,became,because,become,becomes,been,before,behind,being,below,between,both,but,by,c,C,can,cannot,can't,could,couldn't,d,D,did,didn't,do,does,doesn't,doing,done,don't,down,during,e,E,each,either,enough,even,ever,every,everyone,everything,everywhere,f,F,few,find,first,for,four,from,full,further,g,G,get,give,go,h,H,had,hadn't,has,hasn't,have,haven't,having,he,he'd,he'll,her,here,here's,hers,herself,he's,him,himself,his,how,however,how's,i,I,i'd,if,i'll,i'm,in,interest,into,is,isn't,it,it's,its,itself,i've,j,J,k,K,keep,l,L,last,least,less,let's,m,M,made,many,may,me,might,more,most,mostly,much,must,mustn't,my,myself,n,N,never,next,no,nobody,noone,nor,not,nothing,now,nowhere,o,O,of,off,often,on,once,one,only,or,other,others,ought,our,ours,ourselves,out,over,own,p,P,part,per,perhaps,put,q,Q,r,R,rather,s,S,same,see,seem,seemed,seeming,seems,several,shan't,she,she'd,she'll,she's,should,shouldn't,show,side,since,so,some,someone,something,somewhere,still,such,t,T,take,than,that,that's,the,their,theirs,them,themselves,then,there,therefore,there's,these,they,they'd,they'll,they're,they've,this,those,though,three,through,thus,to,together,too,toward,two,u,U,under,until,up,upon,us,v,V,very,w,W,was,wasn't,we,we'd,we'll,well,we're,were,weren't,we've,what,what's,when,when's,where,where's,whether,which,while,who,whole,whom,who's,whose,why,why's,will,with,within,without,won't,would,wouldn't,x,X,y,Y,yet,you,you'd,you'll,your,you're,yours,yourself,yourselves,you've,z,Z}

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jpstarpaper commented Dec 9, 2020

These are great lists. Thank you, EVERYONE.

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briatte commented Dec 27, 2020

FWIW: https://github.com/stopwords-iso/stopwords-en/blob/master/stopwords-en.txt

Aggregates many sources. Lots of other languages too.

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ramgj28 commented Jan 10, 2021

Wow, now this is awesome.....thank you so much all of you

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Meera2512 commented Apr 6, 2021

no,not,nor should not be come in stop-words

Yes!!,

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VedantMadane commented Apr 24, 2021

"s" and "t" ?

Those must the parts after the apostrophe.

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harraz commented May 16, 2021

Anyone wants the above list as array? Here it is:

["i", "me", "my", "myself", "we", "our", "ours", "ourselves", "you", "your", "yours", "yourself", "yourselves", "he", "him", "his", "himself", "she", "her", "hers", "herself", "it", "its", "itself", "they", "them", "their", "theirs", "themselves", "what", "which", "who", "whom", "this", "that", "these", "those", "am", "is", "are", "was", "were", "be", "been", "being", "have", "has", "had", "having", "do", "does", "did", "doing", "a", "an", "the", "and", "but", "if", "or", "because", "as", "until", "while", "of", "at", "by", "for", "with", "about", "against", "between", "into", "through", "during", "before", "after", "above", "below", "to", "from", "up", "down", "in", "out", "on", "off", "over", "under", "again", "further", "then", "once", "here", "there", "when", "where", "why", "how", "all", "any", "both", "each", "few", "more", "most", "other", "some", "such", "no", "nor", "not", "only", "own", "same", "so", "than", "too", "very", "s", "t", "can", "will", "just", "don", "should", "now"]

Thanks!

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RAJDAKASH commented May 29, 2021

some heroes do not wear capes , Thanks Yall

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dawranliou commented Jul 1, 2021

In regex if anyone's interested :)

"\b(i|me|my|myself|we|our|ours|ourselves|you|your|yours|yourself|yourselves|he|him|his|himself|she|her|hers|herself|it|its|itself|they|them|their|theirs|themselves|what|which|who|whom|this|that|these|those|am|is|are|was|were|be|been|being|have|has|had|having|do|does|did|doing|a|an|the|and|but|if|or|because|as|until|while|of|at|by|for|with|about|against|between|into|through|during|before|after|above|below|to|from|up|down|in|out|on|off|over|under|again|further|then|once|here|there|when|where|why|how|all|any|both|each|few|more|most|other|some|such|no|nor|not|only|own|same|so|than|too|very|s|t|can|will|just|don|should|now)\b"

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jpstarpaper commented Jul 2, 2021

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rg089 commented Jul 15, 2021

I took everyone's beautiful work and compiled a complete list of English stopwords:
Your welcome :).
"0o", "0s", "3a", "3b", "3d", "6b", "6o", "a", "a1", "a2", "a3", "a4", "ab", "able", "about", "above", "abst", "ac", "accordance", "according", "accordingly", "across", "act", "actually", "ad", "added", "adj", "ae", "af", "affected", "affecting", "affects", "after", "afterwards", "ag", "again", "against", "ah", "ain", "ain't", "aj", "al", "all", "allow", "allows", "almost", "alone", "along", "already", "also", "although", "always", "am", "among", "amongst", "amoungst", "amount", "an", "and", "announce", "another", "any", "anybody", "anyhow", "anymore", "anyone", "anything", "anyway", "anyways", "anywhere", "ao", "ap", "apart", "apparently", "appear", "appreciate", "appropriate", "approximately", "ar", "are", "aren", "arent", "aren't", "arise", "around", "as", "a's", "aside", "ask", "asking", "associated", "at", "au", "auth", "av", "available", "aw", "away", "awfully", "ax", "ay", "az", "b", "b1", "b2", "b3", "ba", "back", "bc", "bd", "be", "became", "because", "become", "becomes", 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So I created this as a gist, which you can directly use without downloading.
Here are the steps to do so (in Python):

import requests
stopwords_list = requests.get("https://gist.githubusercontent.com/rg089/35e00abf8941d72d419224cfd5b5925d/raw/12d899b70156fd0041fa9778d657330b024b959c/stopwords.txt").content
stopwords = set(stopwords_list.decode().splitlines()) 

I hope you find it useful!

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mohitkukkar commented Aug 13, 2021

Can someone help me with a list of Indonesian stopwords

the list from nltk package contains adjectives which i don't want to remove as they are important for sentimental analysis

from nltk.corpus import stopwords
sw = stopwords.words("indonesia")

Even list from Sastrawi package is plagued by this problem

from Sastrawi.StopWordRemover.StopWordRemoverFactory import StopWordRemoverFactory
sw = StopWordRemoverFactory().get_stop_words()

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DASHANANT commented Aug 27, 2021

I took everyone's beautiful work and compiled a complete list of English stopwords:
Your welcome :).
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"whatever", "what'll", "whats", "what's", "when", "whence", "whenever", "when's", "where", "whereafter", "whereas", "whereby", "wherein", "wheres", "where's", "whereupon", "wherever", "whether", "which", "while", "whim", "whither", "who", "whod", "whoever", "whole", "who'll", "whom", "whomever", "whos", "who's", "whose", "why", "why's", "wi", "widely", "will", "willing", "wish", "with", "within", "without", "wo", "won", "wonder", "wont", "won't", "words", "world", "would", "wouldn", "wouldnt", "wouldn't", "www", "x", "x1", "x2", "x3", "xf", "xi", "xj", "xk", "xl", "xn", "xo", "xs", "xt", "xv", "xx", "y", "y2", "yes", "yet", "yj", "yl", "you", "youd", "you'd", "you'll", "your", "youre", "you're", "yours", "yourself", "yourselves", "you've", "yr", "ys", "yt", "z", "zero", "zi", "zz",

So I created this as a gist, which you can directly use without downloading.
Here are the steps to do so (in Python):

import requests
stopwords_list = requests.get("https://gist.githubusercontent.com/rg089/35e00abf8941d72d419224cfd5b5925d/raw/12d899b70156fd0041fa9778d657330b024b959c/stopwords.txt").content
stopwords = set(stopwords_list.decode().splitlines()) 

I hope you find it useful!

Yes it was , Thank You

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jpstarpaper commented Aug 27, 2021

Thanks very much Dashant. Looks very useful.

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jpstarpaper commented Aug 27, 2021

Would someone recommend how to do this with numbers? A stoplist that would remove ANY numbers. Or at least a range of numbers.

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napulen commented Nov 19, 2021

This is a very nice thread. Thank you, all.

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Vdst-zz commented Apr 7, 2022

much thanks

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1nathanliang commented Jul 27, 2022

@jpstarpaper You would probably want to just write a regex

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