Google Prediction API

Google Prediction
Google Prediction API brings the power of machine learning to anyone. Upload your data and build a model to train the system by showing it the right answer for known items. When the system is trained, you can have it make predictions. All of these stages can be accessed via the API.
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http://google.com
Tools
JSON, REST
Java JavaScript, Python, PHP, Ruby
Token-based
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  • Prediction of the sentiment / mood of Twitter query. The training data for this predictive model was created with crowd sourcing. Main technologies: Google Prediction API, Twitter, CrowdFlower,...
  • This site was created to answer a question. We know that people buy and sell stocks based on rumor. Is it possible to find a correlation between public sentiment about a stock and the stock price? If...
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Create a sentiment analysis model with Google Prediction API
To create a sentiment analysis model, Google offers a tutorial with 7 steps. The list includes collect data, label data, prepare data, upload data, train a model, make predictions, and update model with new data. This guide could be useful to analyze if tweets in social media are positive or negative and if the words of an e-mail include happy, frustrated, or sad sentiments. For questions, developers can go to prediction-api-discuss@googlegroups.com
Google Prediction API Samples and Libraries Google Prediction API offers samples and client libraries in .NET, Java, Javascript, Node.Js,...
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Prediction of the sentiment / mood of Twitter query. The training data for this predictive model was created with crowd sourcing. Main technologies: Google Prediction API, Twitter, CrowdFlower, Google Maps
Twitter/Stock Sentiment Twitter/Stock Sentiment
This site was created to answer a question. We know that people buy and sell stocks based on rumor. Is it possible to find a correlation between public sentiment about a stock and the stock price? If so, does twitter reflect public opinion? Remember this is only a tool, and trading is a risk, so do so carefully and at your own risks.