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Nocode functions

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best in class data science functions which can be used without coding

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sentiment analysis on English text




sentiment analysis on French text




explanations
explanations
📢 detect promoted content
analysis on English text
📢 detect promoted content
analysis on French text

to get started, all you need is a file (Excel, pdf, csv, txt...) or a Google Spreadsheet containing some text.

you will see the results on the page, and download the results

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Data policy
  • Regarding the function "data annotation"
  • Data annotation consists in uploading a list of items, that annotators will annotate. This implies that the list of items is stored, as well as the list of annotators, their emails, and the annotations they make.
    The designer of the task saves an email and a description of the dataset. These are stored as well.
    The data (list of items, description of the list, email of the designer of the task, emails of the annotators and their annotations) is stored on a secured server base in the EU. It is not shared nor re-used for any purpose.
    The data can be deleted at any point by the designer of the task.

  • For all other functions
  • The policy is simple: the data you upload is never stored, shared or reused. In practice, it is sent securely from this website with SSL (https) 🔒 to a secure server. There, it is immmediately analyzed. Then, it is destroyed when you close the web page. As simple as this. If you prefer to keep all your data on your own computer anyway, you can try the (unmaintained) desktop app 💻 (PC and Linux only) here.


Link to this data policy written in legal terms

Directly derived from academic research

The algorithm for sentiment analysis has been ranked the best among 24 solutions. When using this function, please cite this reference:
Levallois, Clement. “Umigon: Sentiment analysis on Tweets based on terms lists and heuristics”.Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation(SemEval), 2013, Atlanta, Georgia.

Pricing

The app is completely free and has no limit on usage. See why.

@2021 Clement Levallois

Bug reports, improvements, suggestions... can be sent to analysis@exploreyourdata.com, or contact me on Twitter!

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