Yahoo Content Analysis replaces Yahoo!â€™s Term Extraction service and lets users perform content analysis on text or a URL. The API is able to extract key terms from the content and rank them based on their overall importance to the content.
The YahooContent Analysis API detects entities/concepts, categories, and relationships within unstructured content. It ranks those detected entities/concepts by their overall relevance, resolves those if possible into Wikipedia pages, and annotates tags with relevant meta-data. The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML.
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Yahoo! Content Analysis Web Service recognizes concepts, categories, and relationships in content without a structured order. The API site offers sample data through Yahoo Query Language (YQL). It also provides documentation and support with a learning community. To create a content analysis project, users need to login with a Yahoo account.