Using exclude rules Using include rules Using context rules Modifying Date Ranges Using the mentions view
Watson Analytics for Social Media creates visualizations for you to use in your analysis. Use the Topics visualization to see trends and share of voice for the topics that you defined. For example, this visualization shows you when these genres of movies are most often mentioned in social media. Use the Themes visualization to deepen… Read more »
Watson Analytics for Social Media uses Twitter, forums, reviews, Facebook pages, video descriptions and comments, blogs, and news as data sources. These sources are mined for references to the terms that you included in your topics. When you tap Create Data Sets on the Analysis tab in your social media project, Watson Analytics for Social… Read more »
You can specify include terms, context terms, and exclude terms for each topic. You can use suggestions that IBM Watson Analytics for Social Media provides to give you ideas about terms that you might want to consider. Topics and terms must be in English, French, German, or Spanish. Include terms are synonyms of your topic…. Read more »
Topics and Themes A topic represents an item, such as a brand, product, service, or event, that you want to retrieve and analyze social media content about. Create a topic for each item of interest that you want to retrieve social media documents about. For example, you want to analyze the social media activity around… Read more »
To analyze social media content, you must create a project. The project contains information about the topics and themes that you want to analyze to gain insight into social media discussions that are related to your key focus for analysis. The project also contains the visual and text insights that are generated from the topics… Read more »
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Find out how fast and easy it is to install dashDB Local for data warehousing and analytics in private clouds and software-defined environments. This video shows you how to create a 3-node MPP cluster and how to connect to Watson Analytics. Go from zero to insights in a few straightforward steps!
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IBM Watson Analytics for Social Media helps marketing professionals tackle their biggest challenge: knowing their audience. By interpreting natural language, detecting sentiment, and identifying patterns and trends, Watson Analytics for Social Media helps you gain insight into social media discussions that are related to your key focus for analysis. It helps your organization answer the… Read more »