TheySay is an automated sentiment analysis tool based on advanced computational linguistics. TheySay identifies sentiment, intent, and other subjective dimensions across multiple levels including documents, sentences, entities, topics, and relations. Analysis can be used to rank, filter, categorize, and enrich raw text data.
The TheySay AffectR API allows for the integration of sentiment analysis, speculation detection, part-of-speech tagging, dependency parsing, and more into external applicatoins. The API follows REST principles and responses are formatted in JSON. An API key is required.
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The TheySay NodeJS Sample Code by TheySay presents how to access the API to integrate text analytics based on users' emotions, opinions, and feelings. To run the example, developers can visit reference material at http://docs.theysay.apiary.io/#
The TheySay Java Sample Code by TheySay demonstrates API interaction to access text analytics features, based on emotions, opinions, and feelings. HTTP requests and responses are available in parsing mode.
The TheySay PHP Sample Code by TheySay presents how to access the API to integrate text analytics based on users' emotions, opinions, and feelings. Running examples with HTTP formats are available at http://docs.theysay.apiary.io/#
The TheySay Python Sample Code by TheySay demonstrates how to access the API to integrate text analytics based on emotions, opinions, and feelings. Entities, part of speech, and sentiment are available as callback methods.