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Tag Archives: Twitter Mining
On November 9th, the Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) conducted its first national test of the Emergency Alert System. In some communities this meant full involvement, with teams responding to mock emergencies, and managers monitoring the execution. In the deaf community, … Continue reading
For the past couple of months the Texifter blog has featured many posts about the power of DiscoverText to harvest Twitter data and make sense of the noisy and often confusing data. This process has been amplified by our recent … Continue reading
Even as the crowds grew to record size, gunfire, and one epic fight over waffle irons, people still ventured out to their local shopping malls and opened their wallets this Black Friday. With overall spending numbers up over 6%, Black … Continue reading
Only a few months ago, DiscoverText’s data ingest counter was steadily moving toward 100 million documents. This week, the software’s document ingest counter will cross the 200 million document line. You can see this for yourself on our homepage. With … Continue reading