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Using Library Classifiers To Analyse A Product Launch

In a previous post I introduced you to the new DataSift library, a repository of extremely useful classifiers that will help you build great social solutions quickly. In this post using a practical example I'll show just how useful the classifiers are and how they can help you to start tackling a…

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Build Reusable Tagging And Scoring Rules To Use Across Your Projects

The launch of DataSift VEDO introduced new features to allow you to add structure to social data. In my last few posts I introduced you to tags, tag namespaces and scoring and explained how you can use these features to classify data before it reaches your application. In this post I will show you…

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Introducing Scoring - Attach Confidence, Quality And Rank To Your Social Data

The launch of DataSift VEDO introduced new features to allow you to add structure to social data. In my last posts I introduced you to tags and tag namespaces and explained how you can use these features to categorise data before it reaches your application. Alongside tagging our latest release…

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Keeping Tags Organised Using Namespaces

The launch of DataSift VEDO introduced new features to allow you to add structure to social data. In my last post I introduced you to tagging and explained how you can use the feature to categorise data before it reaches your application. In this post I'll introduce you to tag namespaces, a simple…

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Introducing Tags - Categorise Data To Fit Your Model

The launch of DataSift VEDO introduced new features to allow you add structure to social data. These new features allow you to add custom metadata to social interactions, saving you post-processing work in your application. In this post I’ll introduce you to tagging, and explain why this will make w…

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