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Classify your Customer Feedback using Sentiment Analysis in C#

Suppose that you have the opportunity to receive comments or reviews from your customers or some other source and you want to evaluate how positive they are. There is a way to analyze such comments called sentiment analysis. This post focuses on C# sentiment analysis tool based on a deep neural network model. This model is suitable for a wide range of tasks.

Sentiment Analysis API for .NET

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Classify text using IAB-2 or Document taxonomies in C#

A classification is basically an approach in which text is systematically identified and then organized. Taxonomy defines the practice and science of such classification, including the principles that underlie such classification. When you are dealing with a bunch of text data (or documents), it becomes hard to find a topic of your need until and unless this data is classified or organized. Hence, you have to classify text in order to fetch data/information quickly.

GroupDocs.Classification for .NET

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Upcoming release of GroupDocs.Classification for .NET

GroupDocs.Classification for .NET allows you to classify document or text with IAB-2 or Document taxonomies. Have a look at the image below:

You can see how API classifies an input text to IAB-2. If you haven’t already explored the online app, visit it now.

Big News

We are going to launch GroupDocs.Classification API for .NET platform very soon. That means, whatever features you can avail/evaluate in the online app, will be available in a back-end API that you … Continue Reading

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