Author Archives: Alicia Abad

About Alicia Abad

Computational Linguist at MeaningCloud

Text analytics explained: MeaningCloud in Portuguese

A few weeks ago we talked about MeaningCloud’s text analytics performance on French texts. Now it’s Portuguese time!

Portuguese, together with Spanish, has an enormous presence in South America. It is spoken by more than 200 million people in Brazil alone. Not only does it have an immense influence on the economy in South America but throughout Europe too, where it is used by more than 10 million speakers. Africa also has Portuguese-speakers. Angola, which has a population of more than 24 million people, recognizes Portuguese as their official language. Its presence in these three continents makes it hard to miss in our Standard Languages Pack. At MeaningCloud, we offer two Portuguese varieties: Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese.

Hello in many languages

Whether the concept “Text Analytics” sounds rather hazy or you are looking for something more specifically language-related, this post is for you. We keep in mind the language diversity and we want to show you all the functionalities we provide in Portuguese.

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Text analytics explained: MeaningCloud in French

Due to the rise of Natural Language Processing technologies, Text Analytics is on everyone’s lips. However, most services in this field are provided in English and, depending on the language you are interested in, it can become difficult to find the functionality you are looking for.

No worries. French, for instance, is a language not only used in all the five continents and with almost 300 million of speakers, but is also either the first or the second language of communication in many international organizations [1]. No wonder why we have it as a part of our Standard Languages Pack!

Hello in many languages

Whether the concept “Text Analytics” sounds rather hazy or you are looking for something more specifically language-related, this post is for you. We keep in mind the language diversity and we want to show you all the functionalities we provide in French.

Continue reading