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Tag Archives: API Graph
After months of user anticipation, the Weibo API is now integrated into DiscoverText, our “do-it-yourself” text analytic solution for deriving insight from unstructured text. With over 300 million users, Weibo is the largest micro-blogging website in China. Its integration into … Continue reading →
DiscoverText is deploying new capabilities to work with geographic information and social media. Part of this work is now centered on Facebook and the Open Graph API. This one-minute video shows some of the new meta data publicly available from … Continue reading →
DiscoverText is rolling-out an addition to its analytical toolkit: random sampling. The Web-service already offers an array of tools for text analytics and rigorous, team-based qualitative data analysis. These functions include the ability to code and annotate text, measure inter-rater … Continue reading →
Following the blog post about oddities in the Facebook importing that Stu was experiencing while visiting the DMI summer school, I put on my detective hat and went looking for possible reasons why things that should be available from the … Continue reading →
During my recent visit to the Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) summer school, hosted by my good friend Richard Rogers, I had the pleasure of spending two days teaching and working with 35 exceptionally bright students who were new to the … Continue reading →