GfK’s John Carroll commented recently on the burgeoning popularity of data science, a now nebulous term bandied about freely.
Text analytics visualization is a key part to understanding data. Unfortunately, we all too often rely on the really rather terrible “word cloud.” In this article I’ll be introducing you to more effective ways of parsing meaning from this data and giving you an awesome coupon code for this year’s Smart Data Conference!
This week I ran an analysis for VentureBeat’s Barry Levine on Twitter’s response to Caitlyn Jenner’s Vanity Fair debut
Last week Lexalytics CEO Jeff Catlin wrote an article for insideBigData, a news outlet that distills news, strategies, products and services in the world of Big Data Analytics for data scientist, IT and business professionals. Catlin drove several valuable points home and helped to dispel some of the mist surrounding the still mysterious field of Big Data.
With constant content generation comes the necessity for automated analysis systems. This is especially true in the high frequency trading (HFT) of stock. In this week’s VentureBeat, Lexalytics CEO Jeff Catlin explores the potential pitfalls of utilizing AI for speed instead of accuracy in stock market transactions.
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 […]
From airlines to healthcare, we’ve already given you examples of 5 industries using text analytics in cool and clever ways. But text analytics is an ever-expanding field with countless applications, and to prove it, we’ve got 5 more industries taking advantage of text analytics.
What do blogs, comment streams, chat sessions, and Twitter feeds have in common? They’re all sources of text, they’re all online, and they all contain invaluable information about your consumers and their experiences. How can businesses unlock the commercial potential of this online text and social data? Lexalytics’ VP Seth Redmore has the answer: text […]
Sometimes, when faced with a large text document, you just want to get to the point. You’re a busy person, you have a hundred other documents just like this one to go through today, and you just need a concise overview of the general ideas and themes. You need a summary – and Salience provides. […]
Social media is a difficult thing to manage for many companies. Most high-ranking business people think Twitter is a goldmine, and the best place to find information about their Next Big Thing™. They hire data collection services to provide them with thousands of tweets, hoping to see a trend that tells them what their clients […]