How to analyze and use Intencheck

Consultant: Well first I feel I need to say thanks for inviting me. Now I understand the business has hit a sticky patch – maybe you can lay out for me what the problems are? Client: Yes, [...]

Second example on how to use IntenCheck

Analysis results showing that the predominant emotion is joy. “When it comes to laughs, the bigger the better, at least if you want it to spread. In one of those science-confirms-the-obvious studies, researchers found that [...]

October 13, 2015

How IntenCheck detects emotions

Here is the first example of how IntenCheck detects emotions in a text: “If your doctor’s a jerk, it might be dangerous to your health. Many nurses are reporting that hostile, harried physicians often ignore [...]

October 12, 2015

Fine Tuning Sentiment Analysis with Scala

(article from the magazine Voxx. Share the knowledge) Take a look at Google Trends, and you’ll see a steep spike in interest in sentiment analysis in recent years, buoyed by the explosion of social media [...]

October 9, 2015

US Presidential Elections 2016 – Case Study

In December, we analyzed the social media sources for the candidates participating in the US Senate elections and created communication profiles for the winners and losers based on IntenCheck’s 26 psycholinguistic categories and the election [...]

October 7, 2015