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Went to Enterprise Search Summit last week

I attended the Enterprise Search Summit in New York last week, and there is no debating the fact that the economy is affecting attendance at conference events. I’ve been to ESS a couple of other times, and the decline in attendance this year was noticeable.

What is Text Analytics - Final

This will be the final piece on the basics of Text Analytics. I’ve covered the basics of categorization/classification, sentiment analysis and finally I’ll spend some time on entity extraction.

The New Face Entity Recognition

(Jeff recently did a post about the release of Salience 4.1 and the entity management toolkit. It was still in early stages and hadn’t been released.

What is Text Analytics - Part 2

In my last post about Text Analytics, I described the more classification and concept-oriented pieces of Text Analytics. In this post, I’m going to outline the pieces that most people think of when they think about Text Analytics: Entity Extraction and Sentiment Analysis.

Was there life before Twitter?

I’ve been thinking lately about how tweeting has changed my work day routine. By some accounts, I’m probably a late starter to the world of Twitter.

What is Text Analytics - Part 1

I’m sure this seems a strange title for a post, given that Lexalytics and this blog have been around for quite a while now, but I’ve been noticing a shift in the questions I get about our technolog

Salience 4.1 Release Announcement

Text Analytics Leader Lexalytics Releases Salience 4.1 Offering Entity Management Toolkit for Better Entity Detection Company’s release provides support for user-generated entity extraction mod

Here, there and everywhere

It has been a busy couple of weeks as I have been emerging from hibernation and finding my way back out into the wild. There seems there have been a variety of events happening in and around Boston signaling the renewed spirit that comes with spring. It has been refreshing.

Adventures in Linux - Part 1

As part of our ongoing plan to increase our coverage for support requests, I’ve recently had to take the plunge into Linux. I’ve always been a windows guy and that’s where I’m most comfortable (Kevin on the other had is pretty much the reverse, living in his SSH sessions) but needs must so Linux it is.

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