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Improvements to the Developer Site

Today, after much hard work behind the scenes, we launched a major overhaul of our developer site. Our developer site was served using a CMS platform which is now a number of years old. Over the past couple of months we've been busy moving the site onto a new, much improved platform, which will…

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Using Topic Graphs to Understand an Audience

The latest release of PYLON for Facebook Topic Data offers two new targets that return data to build network graphs: fb.topic_graph fb.parent.topic_graph A network graph consists of two elements: nodes and edges. In this case the nodes are Facebook topics and each edge is a connection between…

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Announcing PYLON 1.7.1 - Introducing Enhanced Sampling Support

Today we released version 1.7.1 of PYLON for Facebook Topic Data. This release includes some key features that will make it easier for you to build richer analysis results with PYLON. Sampling If you try to record a large audience with PYLON (such as people discussing a box office movie launch) you…

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Studying large audiences with PYLON for Facebook topic data

Release 1.7.1 of PYLON for Facebook Topic Data introduced a number of new features. One key feature is the additional sampling options you now have at your disposal when looking to study large audiences. Analyzing large audiences inside recording limits As a PYLON customer you have a daily…

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New Tokenized Targets for PYLON Query Filters

In this blog I'm going to look at tokenized targets in query filters. If you're new to the PYLON platform take a look at our PYLON 101 and Get Started guides. PYLON offers two types of CSDL filter: interaction filters query filters An interaction filter takes data from Facebook, filters it, and…

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