As a developer, you can use the SNAP API to submit a social graph to the smartRealm web service and receive scores for the individuals in the graph. The smartRealm SNAP (Social Network Authority and Prestige) is a semantic based scoring system which measures how people influence each other in their social networks. SNAP, combined with smartRealm's advanced analytics and knowledge fusion technology, enables people-centric sense-making of the fragmented social graph across different social network "walled gardens" and legacy systems.
The current version of the API supports the following social network scores: Footprint, Authority, Hub, Resilience, Vulnerability, Sphere Of Influence and the overall SNAP score. The API uses a REST-like interface and responses are in XML/RDF format.
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