Only two things are inevitable – death and taxes. As we surface from our most recent tax season here in the U.S., we here at Lexalytics were curious to see whether the conversation around taxes remained as consistent as the thing itself. So we analyzed the sentiment and themes of around 175k tweets from April 15, 2014 and another 175k from April 15 of this year. Here’s what we found:
This latest multi-lingual support addition covers the languages of 673 million people worldwide. With it, Lexalytics can now perform native language processing for sentiment analysis for 58% of the world’s population.
How do you keep Game of Thrones fans interested in the upcoming season? According to this Bottlenose blog post, by deliberately withholding what they really want.
We’re excited to be sponsoring Text By the Bay, a brand new conference for NLP academics and practitioners in San Francisco, CA.
Despite it’s old world origins, Easter quickly spun out of control into a festival of dizzying amounts of Easter candy. Which of these sugary idols is most celebrated?
We’re pleased to announce the release of our latest native language pack. Interested in Dutch text and sentiment analysis? Contact us!
The White House has introduced an online version of the West Wing’s Big Block of Cheese Day, where people can to reach out over social media and ask questions of the administration the day after the State of the Union address. Curious as to what we might find, we pulled thousands of tweets not only from this year’s Big Block of Cheese Day, but last year’s as well, and ran them through our text analysis software, so we could compare this years response with the one from last year. Here’s what we discovered:
To most people, analyzing last week’s State of the Union address, is something politicians and talking heads do. It involves talking about policy, politics, and the occasional presidential zinger. But when you add text analytics to the mix, the picture becomes a lot bigger and a lot more interesting. Here are three different ways text analytics […]
Hello and welcome to 2015. We’ve been pretty quiet here as we had a really really big finish to the quarter and then, well, it was the holidays. Now we’re all fat, we’re working on some exciting new stuff for this year, and our noses are back to the grindstone. Do people still put their […]
Introducing Salience 6 We’re excited to announce the newest version of Lexalytics’ Salience Text Analytics Engine, Salience 6! Salience 6 is built on the Syntax Matrix, a powerful new technology that supports cool new features, like extracting intent with our uniquely potent intention analysis, as well as enhancing existing sentiment analysis. The newest version of […]