Precisely annotate text with fine senses using the world's only API that disambiguates both common words (all parts of speech) and proper nouns (NEs) with near human accuracy. Use specialized recipes for well-formed text, queries, and social media (e.g. tweets). Get lexical annotation, statistical confidence scores, external links (wikipedia, twitter verified accounts, etc), and precise classification of NEs.
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The Idilia Ruby Sample Code by 71FIL presents API interaction, demonstrating how to access with keys, organize query process, set up an URI connection, convert the data to JSON protocol, send requests, and receive responses.
The Idilia Python Sample Code by 71FIL demonstrates API interaction, providing code to access with Key, set up HTTP format, process queries, send data to JSON protocol, authorize, send requests, and receive responses.
The Idilia Java Sample Code by Pierre Belzile demonstrates API interaction, providing code to send requests and receive responses. Resources show how requests in JSON were converted from Java language to be sent to the server & responses can be recovered in JSON format to be formatted to Java.