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Nov. 12, 2021
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Community Analysis

Listen to, learn from, and champion your product’s users no matter where they congregate online. Cultivate your community, elevate their voices so that you can make social-data driven decisions, and …

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Nov. 11, 2021
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Language is a system: why you need a linguist on your team

As an academic linguist who’s made the transition into working in tech, I’ve found it fascinating to see the two worlds’ different approaches to trying to make sense of how people use language!

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Nov. 5, 2021
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Appsedia's Machine Learning Approach

Appsedia's data science engine is like a fine wine---it gets better with age---and this wouldn’t be possible without your help! Seriously, thanks! Appsedia automatically labels online chatter usin…

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Sept. 16, 2021
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Context is key: Language and Data Science

Appsedia's NLP models are customized to each individual type of app. We teach our sentiment and topic models that in order to understand what people are saying when they use langu…

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June 15, 2021
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Tracking your App's Social Sentiment across Different Platforms

Social sentiment is a metric for tracking how the public feel when they mention your product online. Each product has its own unique nuances when it comes to tracking and measuring social sentiment. …

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June 7, 2021
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Measuring a product's social health

This post might be an interesting read if you are looking for a simple way to understand how the public feels about your product. You can count and measure a lot of different social metrics: reviews,…

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June 4, 2021
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What is your app's social rhythm?

Each app has its own social rhythm. Some apps experience high volumes of social chatter during weekends, while experiencing low volumes of social chatter during weekdays. Other ap…

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