In addition to directly calculating the tf-idf scores for a set of terms across a corpus, you can also convert a bag-of-words model you have already created into tf-idf scores.

Scikit-learn’s `TfidfTransformer`

is up to the task of converting your bag-of-words model to tf-idf. You begin by initializing a `TfidfTransformer`

object.

tf_idf_transformer = TfidfTransformer(norm=False)

Given a bag-of-words matrix `count_matrix`

, you can now multiply the term frequencies by their inverse document frequency to get the tf-idf scores as follows:

tf_idf_scores = tfidf_transformer.fit_transform(count_matrix)

This is very similar to how we calculated inverse document frequency, except this time we are fitting *and* transforming the `TfidfTransformer`

to the term frequencies/bag-of-words vectors rather than just fitting the `TfidfTransformer`

to them.

### Instructions

**1.**

Consider one last time the same selection of 6 Emily Dickinson poems given in **poems.py**. The term frequencies of each term-document pair are calculated in **term_frequency.py** and stored in `bow_matrix`

as a matrix and `df_bag_of_words`

as a Pandas DataFrame.

In **script.py**, print `df_bag_of_words`

to view the bag-of-words matrix (term-document matrix of term frequencies).

**2.**

Initialize a `TfidfTransformer`

object named `transformer`

with keyword argument `norm=None`

.

**3.**

Use `transformer`

to fit and transform the bag-of-words matrix `bow_matrix`

into tf-idf scores. Save your result to `tfidf_scores`

.