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# SDK by Microsoft interacts with the API to access language models. Uses include word breaking, natural language processing, conditional probabilities, and next word completions.
The Microsoft Linguistic Analysis C# SDK by Windows interacts with the API to analyze languages in applications. Uses include text structure analysis, sentence separation & tokenization, part of speech tagging, and constituency parsing.