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whats up guys this is Chris mcCormick in this video Im going to be taking us through a tutorial on how to apply Bert to document classification so if youve been following along with my YouTube videos then you know we already kind of covered how to fine tune Bert for sentence classification and so you know arent sentence classification and document classification kind of the same thing yes pretty much the main difference here is that Bert has this limitation around the length of the input text that we feed it so this is gonna be about you know how we address that issue basically and in order to do that were going to need a different data set so for this this notebook were going to be using this data set of Wikipedia comments taken from like the edit pages of Wikipedia they contain personal some of them contain personal attacks from one user to another well talk more about the data set in a bit here but as a as a bonus here at the end of the notebook Im also going to take us thro