The Language Detection API is a simple language identification API that is useful when dealing with texts and currently supports 96 languages. All the requests must be sent, either by GET or POST, to the API endpoint and allows you to define how you send to the text for which you want the language to be recognized. The Dandelion API extracts meaning from unstructured text, puts it in context and provides Semantic Text Analytics as a service that includes; text, actionable data and more.
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The Dandelion Language Detection Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to interact with the Language Detection API that is a tool that may be useful when dealing with texts. It currently supports 96 languages.
The Dandelion Short Text Classification Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to use the API that classifies short documents into a set of user-defined classes. It's a customizable tool for text classification and defining models takes a couple of minutes.
The Dandelion Text Similarity Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to optimize short sentences. Compare two sentences and get a score of their semantic similarity. It works even if the two sentences don't have any word in common.
The Dandelion Entity Extraction Curl Sample Code demonstrates how to extract entities from sentences and paragraphs. Obtain an API Key and use this sample as a reference to build applications and interact with the Dandelion API.