text mining

6月 262017
 

The role of analytics in combating terrorism Earlier this spring, I found myself walking through a quiet and peaceful grove of spruce trees south of the small hamlet of Foy outside of Bastogne, Belgium.  On travel in Europe, I happened to have some extra time before heading to London.  I [...]

The analytics of evil was published on SAS Voices by Steve Bennett

6月 262017
 

The role of analytics in combating terrorism Earlier this spring, I found myself walking through a quiet and peaceful grove of spruce trees south of the small hamlet of Foy outside of Bastogne, Belgium.  On travel in Europe, I happened to have some extra time before heading to London.  I [...]

The analytics of evil was published on SAS Voices by Steve Bennett

8月 222016
 

A huge proportion of big data is unstructured text (such as client interactions, product reviews, call center logs, emails, blogs and tweets). Organizations starting to invest in advanced analytics often overlook the value text analytics could add to the process. But when data scientists or analysts get to work exploring […]

3 Steps to big data success with text analytics was published on SAS Voices.

7月 062016
 

When a person feels sufficiently wronged to lodge a complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), there’s likely to be some negative sentiment involved. But is there a connection between the language they use and the likelihood they will be compensated by the offending company? At the upcoming Sentiment […]

The post Sentiment analysis, machine learning open up world of possibilities appeared first on The Text Frontier.

5月 042016
 

How many of you have read The Cuckoo’s Calling by the previously unknown author Robert Galbraith? The answer is not many, until it came out that Robert Galbraith was none other than blockbuster best-selling author JK Rowling. Sales then skyrocketed. Rowling recently published some of the rejection letters she received as […]

Could a recommendation engine pick 'The Cuckoo’s Calling' as a best-seller? was published on SAS Voices.

10月 272015
 

In my last post, I talked about why SAS utilizes a rotated Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) approach for topic generation, rather than using Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA).  I noted that LDA has undergone a variety of improvements in the last seven years since SAS opted to use the SVD method.  So, the […]

The post Topical advice about topics, redux appeared first on The Text Frontier.

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9月 012015
 

When I ask people what they know about Denmark they often mention Hans Christian Andersen. He was born in Denmark in 1805 and is one of the most adored children’s authors of all time. Many of his fairy tales are known worldwide as they have been translated into more than […]

The post Detect the expected and discover the unexpected - Text analytics in health care appeared first on The Text Frontier.

8月 112015
 

As technology and analytics continue to evolve, we're seeing new opportunities not only in the way that we analyze data, but also in deployment options. More specifically, real-time deployment of analytical algorithms that enable organizations to detect and respond to security threats, offer timely incentives to customers, and mitigate risk by detecting compliance […]

The post Streaming Text Analytics: Finding value in real-time events appeared first on The Text Frontier.

4月 172015
 

Is text analytics part of your current analytical framework? For many SAS customers, the answer is yes, and they've uncovered significant value by integrating this technology. As text data continues to explode in volume, SAS Event Stream Processing can be used to analyze not only high-velocity structured data, but also unstructured […]

The post Event Stream Processing with Text Analytics appeared first on The Text Frontier.

11月 122014
 
My Mum could have been a doctor – most can’t read her handwriting. It’s only because I’ve been trained to read it, I can. The analysis of unstructured data is similar. Text analysts can be quickly overwhelmed to learn that you have to manually develop a training corpus. Reading a […]