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Submitted by Seth Redmore on Fri, 2013-04-12 00:45

I happened upon (well, really, was fed via LinkedIn) a blog post by Tom Anderson over at OdinText.  I've seen some of his stuff before, and he seems like a reasonable gentleman.

I was kinda surprised by this post:  Is Social Media Worthy of Text Analytics, and thought it would be worth responding to.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Thu, 2013-01-03 00:39

Hello all and Happy New Year!

I snagged 412,700 tweets from Twitter from about 16 hours that went from 2300 UTC December 31 to 1500 UTC Jan 1.   This was 5% of the total tweets that went out with the phrase "new year".

Without further ado... The top 50 hashtags were as follows:

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Wed, 2012-11-14 20:22

Takers of the 3rd round of funding!  Or 2nd, or fifth, but I'm guessing it's third.   Whatever round it is, congrats to Datasift for building a really great service.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Thu, 2012-05-17 21:49

I analyzed 98,000 tweets, roughly the past 5 days worth of traffic for anything mentioning facebook and (ipo OR stock).

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Fri, 2012-05-11 00:36

I ran some analysis on about 330,000 tweets having to do with people going to see/having seen The Avengers.   In case you've been completely deprived of any sort of media recently, it's a superhero movie.

Some might say "The Superhero Movie", but, not having seen it myself yet, I'm not in a position to judge.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Tue, 2012-04-03 15:37

Facets are another unique feature of Lexalytics' Salience Engine.  They provide a quick and easy way to get to actionable information about opinions given in reviews and surveys.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Mon, 2012-03-26 14:30

Hi!  Concept Topics are our revolutionary way to create classifiers for what used to be hard-to-classify buckets.   Things like politics, food, real-estate, business.  Most of our customers need to do some sort of classification - bucketing responses on surveys, determining which area of business is being talked about in the press.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Thu, 2012-03-01 02:38

Datasift (www.datasift.com) just announced a fancy new service.   They have worked out a deal with Twitter where they can provide 2+ years of historical tweets.

Submitted by Seth Redmore on Wed, 2012-02-08 20:28

I'm going to write a few blog articles to show how machine learning and natural language processing techniques are used in partnership inside of Lexalytics software.

What is Machine Learning?