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Tag Archives: Research
We are thrilled with the response to v1 of our heat map tools, which provide a unique glimpse into the nature and scope of inter-coder agreement in DiscoverText. This video introduces the beta version of the tool. Overtime, the tool … Continue reading
I am very excited to be undertaking a whole new line of research into political fear. Inspired by my work with Glen Szczypka and the Health Media Collaboratory, I had this proposal accepted for the October 30, 2012 Sentiment Analysis … Continue reading
As part of developing our suite of live feed options, we are currently beta testing a new Google+ API. If you would like to join the beta group, let us know. This video outlines the way we have set it … Continue reading
Tomorrow morning I will present this 5-minute talk at #IR12. If you want the sneak peek, or if you cannot make it to Seattle for the talk, here is your chance to see the results and, more importantly, be a … Continue reading
On October 1st, Texifter staff will begin testing the GNIP Firehose for Twitter, which delivers 100% of the Tweets you want, based on the criteria which users provide. This is a remarkable tool and will greatly contribute to the evolution … Continue reading
DiscoverText is preparing to launch a short and exclusive beta test period using “PowerTrack for Twitter Firehose Filtering” a service provided by GNIP. Compared to the “rate limited” service offered by DiscoverText through the public Twitter API, the “Full Firehose” … Continue reading