The Microsoft Cognitive Services Linguistic Analysis API processes language in order to gain access to part-of-speech tagging and parsing. Applications of this tool include mining customer feedback, interpreting user commands, or consuming web text. Currently, a free plan which limits transactions to 5,000 a month with a maximum of 2 per second is available. The Linguistic Analysis API uses JSON for data exchange, and API Keys for authentication.
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The Microsoft Cognitive Services Web Language Model C# Sample Code by Microsoft demonstrates how API interaction can access natural language processing features. Uses include word breaking, natural conditional probabilities, and next word completions. It includes authorization, configuration, and optimization.
The Microsoft Linguistic Analysis C# Sample Code by Windows demonstrates API usage to access language analysis components. With the code as a reference, developers can analyze text, separate sentences, tag part of speeches, and parse sub-phrases.