Sentiment

Description

This classifier determines if a text is positive or negative. It can be used to conduct market research, brand surveys and see trends around campaigns. It's based on about 40000 Amazon product reviews (collected by Mark Dredze cs.jhu.edu/~mdredze/datasets/sentiment/) and mood training data (by mattiasostmar.net). You can read more in our blog: http://blog.uclassify.com/sentiment-api/ External Link

Classify

Classify method:
Enter text to classify (html tags not allowed):
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API

The API allows you to access classifiers from your own site. You can find the full API documentation here. To use this classifier on your site you need a read API key, you can obtain one for free by signing up. In the examples below just exchange 'YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE' with your personal read key.

Credits

Please remember to give appropiate credits if you use it on your website, here is an example:

The Sentiment classifier is hosted by uclassify.com.

URL API (supports XML and JSON responses)

Here is an URL example of how to classify a text from an external site:

http://uclassify.com/browse/uClassify/Sentiment/ClassifyText?readkey=YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE&text=This+is+the+text+to+classify&version=1.01

You must exchange 'YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE' with your personal read API key to make this work.

XML API

Post the XML to http://api.uclassify.com using a post request. Note that since this is a published classifier the 'username' attribute is set to 'uClassify' in the <classify> element. This enables the API to recoginize published classifiers in foreign accounts.

All you need to know is in the API documentation , however if you struggle please don't hesitate to contact us!