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Text analytics APIs: simplified pricing

We focus a lot on unifying access to our text analytics APIs. One of such areas is pricing. We obviously want more users to have access to our systems at meaningful prices.

In the course of the last month we have unified and decreased prices for all our APIs. Here are the changes:

RSA API (entity level sentiment detection for Russian):
Overage fee for Basic plan is USD $0,02 (was: USD $0,05). This matches the overage fee on all other plans.
PRO plan is now USD $99 instead of $299.
ULTRA plan is now USD $199 instead of $350.

FUXI API (sentiment detection for Chinese):
We changed our subscription plan Basic to allow for 15,000 texts a month for just $10 instead of 500 / day.
PRO plan allows you to 100,000 texts a month for $99.

Topic API (searchable topics for texts in Russian)
Basic plan allows for sending 1,000 messages for $19. Remember, that one message can contain up to 50 texts. If you were only uploading texts you could upload 50,000 of them.

The following APIs continue to be FREE:

ConnectedWords (find semantically similar English words to the ones given)
SemanticCloud (frequency word clouds for Russian along with lemmas)

Our team is always listening to you, our users — let us know, what APIs you would like to have in addition, what features to existing APIs and what volumes you would like to handle.

Enjoy the journey of extracting signal from your textual lakes!

Making sense: The API is FREE. Use it today and give us your feedback!

What if you have a bunch of or just one long text in any language and none of summarisation tools work for you?

If you have been in such a situation and also you have texts from social media or news sources that you cannot always trust in terms of how clean of noise they are, do they have URLs, hashtags, people names, addresses and so on.

And if you wanted to sift through the texts with some filter, like I want only nouns and only verbs to capture who did what.
Or I want only adjectives and nouns to capture with what colour do texts describe arbitrary objects.
Or I just want to have links out of all texts.

Now you can do all of that with one call to our SemanticCloud API.

Let’s pick the following tweet with hashtags and an URL in it and a mix of two languages: Russian and English:
Я голосую за сильного президента, за сильную независимую Россию и за тех, кто привык спрашивать только с себя, а не винить в своей лени остальных! I vote for a strong president, for a strong Russia! #выборыпрезидента #RussiaElections2018 #ЯГолосую #ЗаПутина #Putin http://pic.twitter.com/zkY8axHqZA

And let’s ask the system to output nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, names, hyperlinks.

Two top words by count are: strong and сильный (translation pair)

{
“word”: “strong”,
“stem”: “strong”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Unknown”,
“count”: 2,
“lemma”: false,
“keyword”: false
},

{
“word”: “сильный”,
“stem”: “сильный”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Adjective”,
“count”: 2,
“lemma”: true,
“keyword”: false
}

But we also parsed the words out of hashtags:

{
“word”: “яголосую”,
“stem”: “яголос”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Unknown”,
“count”: 1,
“lemma”: false,
“keyword”: false
},

{
“word”: “выборыпрезидента”,
“stem”: “выборыпрезидент”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Unknown”,
“count”: 1,
“lemma”: false,
“keyword”: false
}

and a URL:

{
“word”: “http://pic.twitter.com/zky8axhqza”,
“stem”: “http://pic.twitter.com/zky8axhqza”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Hyperlink”,
“count”: 1,
“lemma”: false,
“keyword”: false
}

In addition we can ask the API to give us only top N words (by frequencies) along with lemmas (where applicable). And, more importantly, we can ask to count our secret word, that we are monitoring. Whether or not our secret word is present in the texts, it will be returned back:

{
“word”: “петербург”,
“stem”: “петербург”,
“partOfSpeech”: “Noun”,
“count”: 0,
“lemma”: true,
“keyword”: true
}

The API is FREE. Use it today and give us your feedback!

Mashape

Insider team