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Tag Archives: Disqus
It’s official. Starting in January 2013, DiscoverText customers will be able to purchase monthly access to four vibrant Gnip-enabled Power Track data feeds. Building on current successes with Twitter, we are pleased to offer unprecedented federated Power Track access to … Continue reading →
Thanks to our friends at Screencast.com, we now have our entire tutorial video library indexed in a spiffy new media roll. Learn how to use DiscoverText to archive, filter, search, code, and machine classify text from social media, surveys, emails … Continue reading →
AMHERST, MA, November 15, 2012 New collaboration brings greater social data coverage to research, education, and commercial users. Texifter, a text analytics start-up, is launching access to two new major blog data streams as part of its collaboration with Columbia … Continue reading →
I have a “Disqus” feed going on Syria. The “TopMeta” shows the distribution of online forum sources. Click on the image to see it full-size. Below is a visualization of the most frequently non-stop words based on an archive of … Continue reading →
We are experimenting with the new “Disqus” API in house. In this video, I show results from a 5-day query against the public API for the term Syria. The 50,000+ results are drawn from a variety of mass media discussion … Continue reading →
DiscoverText is pleased to announce it has added Disqus to its repertoire of APIs for harvesting content produced online. Disqus, the world’s largest comment platform operator, has over 70 million users who produce roughly 500,000 comments per day. There are … Continue reading →