Tag Archives: Natural Language Processing

Almost Half of Market Researchers are doing Market Research Wrong! – My Interview with the QRCA (And a Quiet New Trend – Science Based Qualitative). Two years ago I shared some research on research about how market researchers view Quantitative and Qualitative research. I stated that almost half of researchers don’t understand what good data […]

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Emotion—Influence—Activation: Call for Speakers, 2017 Sentiment Analysis Symposium  Writing today to OdinText users as well as other fellow practitioners, especially those on the client side. I’m working with Seth Grimes Chairman of the Sentiment Analysis Symposium to get the call out for speakers as well as panelists for an interesting and interactive discussion at the […]

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The Movie “Arrival,” Text Analytics and Machine Translation When I speak with prospective OdinText users who’ve been exposed to other text analytics software providers, I find they tend to mention and ask about things like POS tagging, taxonomies, ontologies, etc. These terms come from linguistics, the discipline upon which many of the text analytics software […]

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