Mashups using the same API (820)
Browse Twitter-trending restaurants and bars in San Francisco, New York, LA and 10 more top Twitter cities.
Beer Signal is an iPhone application that helps bring friends together to enjoy good beer. Powered by Taplister.com, the app also uses the social networks Twitter and Shizzow.
Like Google Instant, but this uses Twitter's Search API to search Twitter instantly. As the user types, this mashup quickly provides tweet results.
IBM and AlchemyAPI have announced the general release of the AlchemyData News API, a new API that provides access to an AI enriched, curated dataset of news and blog content.
Using AlchemyAPI and Python scripts, this tutorial walks followers through downloading large numbers of PDFs and using entity extraction to determine the most popular topics.
||The textCavate API provides metadata extraction to documents in existing applications. This API uses the SOAP protocol. It can extract keywords from English, Afrikaans, and Deutsch documents. It can...||Natural Language Processing||08.08.2015|
IBM Watson Natural Language Classifier
||The IBM Watson Natural Language Classifier API allows to interpret language. Developers without background in machine learning or statistical algorithms can implement this NLP service into...||Natural Language Processing||07.17.2015|
Dandelion Sentiment Analysis
||The Sentiment Analysis API tells whether the expressed opinion in short texts is positive, negative, or neutral. Given a short sentence (currently only English and Italian are supported), it returns...||Sentiment||07.07.2015|
Sentiment Analysis Spanish
||Sentiment Analysis Spanish is part of Molino de Ideas, a company based in Spain dedicated to language tools, learning resources, and automated software. Integrate natural language processing features...||Natural Language Processing||06.24.2015|
Proxem Ontology-Based Topic Detection
||The Proxem Ontology-Based Topic Detection API allows developers to get data from text by extracting the most relevant Wikipedia’s categories through a patented NLP technology. Proxem providers users...||Natural Language Processing||06.09.2015|