name

^^li.user
When the interaction is performed by a company, the name of the company who performed the interaction.
^^
^^li.root.user
If the root item of the activity chain is a share, posted by a company, the name of the company who posted the share.

If the root item is an article, or a share posted by a member, then this target is not populated.
^^

For example Yahoo, Apple.

Query filtering

^^li.user

  1. Filter to interactions from companies with one of a set of names:

    ||.||.name contains_any "Apple, Yahoo, Google, Microsoft"

    Notice here the contains_any operator can be used because the target is tokenized. This filter will match company names containing the keywords, for example Microsoft UK.
    ^^

^^li.root.user

  1. Filter to likes on shares from companies with one of a set of names:

    li.subtype == "activity|like" AND ||.||.name contains_any "Apple, Yahoo, Google, Microsoft"

    Notice here the contains_any operator can be used because the target is tokenized. This filter will match company names containing the keywords, for example Microsoft UK.
    ^^

Analysis

^^li.user
You can use this target to analyze the names of companies who are performing interactions.

  1. Analyze the names of companies who are performing interactions:

    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.name",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

  2. Analyze the names of companies of a particular size performing interactions:

    "filter": "||.||.size == \"10001+\"",
    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.name",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

    Notice here a query filter is used to filter to interactions from companies of the chosen size.
    ^^

^^li.root.user
You can use this target to analyze the names of companies whose shares are receiving engagement.

  1. Analyze the names of companies whose shares are receiving likes:

    "filter": "li.subtype == \"activity|like\"",
    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.name",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

    Notice that here a query filter is used to filter to likes only.
    ^^

Resource information

Type: string

Tokenized for query filters: Yes

Analysis target: Yes

Query filter: Yes

Child analysis target: No