Next Free DiscoverText Webinar Tuesday 12 PM EST

Register here for the next live, free, interactive training Webinar with Dr. Shulman.

This Webinar introduces new and existing DiscoverText users to the basic document ingest, search & code features, takes your questions, and demonstrates our newest tool, a machine-learning classifier that is currently in beta testing. This is also a chance to preview our “New Navigation” and advanced filters.

DiscoverText’s latest additions to our “Do it Yourself” platform can be easily trained to perform customized mood, sentiment and topic classification. Any custom classification scheme or topic model can be created and implemented by the user. You can also generate tag clouds and drill into the most frequently occurring terms or use advanced search and filters to create “buckets” of text.

The system makes it possible to capture, share and crowd source text data analysis in novel ways. For example, you can collect text content off Facebook, Twitter & YouTube, as well as other social media or RSS feeds. Dataset owners can assign their “peers” to coding tasks. It is simple to measure the reliability of two or more coder’s choices. A distinctive feature is the ability to adjudicate coder choices for training purposes or to report validity by code, coder or project.

So please join us Tuesday June 7 at 12:00 PM EST (Noon) for an interactive Webinar. Find out why sorting thousands of items from social media, email and electronic document repositories is easier than ever. Participants in the Webinar will be invited to become beta testers of the new classification application.

About Stuart Shulman

Stuart Shulman is a political science professor, software inventor, entrepreneur, and garlic growing enthusiast who coaches U13 boys club soccer and in the Olympic Development Program with a national D-license. He is Founder & CEO of Texifter, LLC, Director of QDAP-UMass, and Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Stu is the proud owner of a Bernese/Shepherd named "Colbert" who is much better known as 'Bert. You can follow his exploits @stuartwshulman.
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