Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Fri, 11/06/2009 - 00:00
Historically, Lexalytics has been very focused on the enterprise software market by building products that are easy to install, configure and get running. (Don't worry, we're not abandoning that model.) However, over the last 6 months or so we've been focused on the idea of building out a number of web based services aimed at extending our reach.
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Fri, 10/23/2009 - 00:00
Recently, Jeff spent some time speaking with Jason Falls (@jasonfalls) of www.socialmediaexplorer.com and they discussed natural language processing, social media monitoring, Lexalytics' next product line Lexascope and more.
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Tue, 10/06/2009 - 00:00
If you've got tweets, we've got sentiment. And themes. And most mentioned people. And spam lists. In fact, the only issue we've run into is that Twitter won't give us all the data to analyze. All 100 gazillion tweets would be fascinating to analyze automatically, but they just don't seem to be there yet.
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Fri, 10/02/2009 - 00:00
It seems lately that there are more and more companies offering sentiment solutions to a variety of markets.
Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Tue, 09/08/2009 - 00:00
Ever since the New York Time's article about sentiment scoring, published a couple of weeks ago, there has been a pretty constant stream of people jumping in and demonizing automated sentiment or trying to pedal its eventual takeover of the free world.
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Wed, 08/26/2009 - 00:00
Learn how Search and Text Analytics fit together in the enterprise, courtesy of Network World Video Library - NetworkWorld.tv
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Tue, 08/25/2009 - 00:00
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Thu, 08/20/2009 - 00:00
Earlier this year Jeff outlined a few things you should consider when investigating a reputation management solution. Since we often get asked for our opinion on this topic, I thought it would be good to outline those "questions to ask" again.
Submitted by Jeff Catlin on Wed, 08/12/2009 - 00:00
So, it's been a while since I penned a blog post, and in this case that's a good thing, because its been a pretty busy summer. As I haven't blogged in a while, I thought it would be a good time for a "State of the State" sort of post, so without further delay...
Submitted by Christine Sierra on Tue, 07/21/2009 - 00:00
Sentiment is usually categorized into three buckets: positive, negative and neutral. It often get's presented looking something like this: