Lexalytics now covers 64% of the world’s population, or 4.9 billion people. With the addition of Polish alone, we’re able to provide actionable insight based on the conversations of 39 million Polish speakers worldwide.
We’ve just added three of the Nordic languages to our roster: Danish, Norwegian and Swedish. This means we now support 19 international languages, which brings our total coverage to over 63 percent of all of the native speakers in the world.
This latest multi-lingual support addition covers the languages of 673 million people worldwide. With it, Lexalytics can now perform native language processing for sentiment analysis for 58% of the world’s population.
We’re happy to announce yet another Native Language Pack for Salience, and I’m happy to announce that I learned a new word today. The language is Korean, and the word is “agglutinative”. Let me explain: […]
We’re proud to announce the release of our new Italian Native Language Pack. This makes Italian the seventh language currently supported by Lexalytics. We put great pride and emphasis on our native language approach; our […]
Watch User Group 2013: Salience in Chinese – Why It’s Superior Elizabeth Baran discusses the development of the Chinese Native Language Pack for Salience, the beta version of which was released earlier this year. She […]
As I said in Part 1 of this series, the introduction of our lastest Language Pack for our Salience text analysis engine has us interested in issues surrounding Chinese language and analysis. Last time I […]
The new Windows 8 advertisements released in Asia have caused quite a bit of a stir, a result of their bizarre content and the garbled language that’s being used. Consensus from native speakers of Korean, […]
Here at Lexalytics, we’re excited to be in beta with Salience Text Analysis for Chinese. There are many features in our toolkit – sentiment, topic detection, summarization, theme extraction – but sentiment is what we’ve […]
Carl Lambrecht, one of our many language geniuses, wrote up a post on the Lexalytics Dev blog about how dialect differences affect text analytics, especially when taking into consideration the fact that Lexalytics only uses […]
At Lexalytics, we know it’s not only a global marketplace, but a multi-lingual global marketplace. It’s this understanding which has driven us to extend the capabilities of Salience beyond analysis of English. Salience was originally […]