Text Analytics And Predictive Analytics In QlikView

December 6th, 2012 by Mattias Tyrberg

How can QlikView leverage new technologies such as text analytics and predictive analytics? We invited experts in the field to present and discuss how this can be used in business intelligence (BI). We had three different speakers at the event. Firstly, an inspirational speech by Seth Grimes, world famous expert in the field of BI …

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6 Reasons Why Start-ups Should Use Cloud Services Like Amazon Web Services (AWS)

August 30th, 2011 by Ikrom Hotamov

Amazon is a very convenient way for start-up companies to set their businesses up in a short amount of time. Especially with the variety of services it offers to easily scale out your business. We (Saplo) is one of such companies, taking advantage of Amazon’s Web Services and APIs here are our top six reasons …

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5 Ways Google+ Can Fight Facebook

August 17th, 2011 by Mattias Tyrberg

Google+ has been out for one and a half month now and usage is growing but is it enough? There are some key features that are missing that would help Google+ to be a better alternative to Facebook. I will not focus on the most obvious ones (such as search, because its coming) but on …

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Drupal Module For Entity Tagging And Related Content

August 13th, 2011 by Oskar Olsson

We are bringing the semantic capabilities of the Saplo Text Analysis API to Drupal, one of the greatest and most widely used open source Content Management Systems (CMS). The supported languages are Swedish and English, with additional languages coming in the future depending on interest. The module works with Drupal 6.x and PHP 5 or …

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Saplo Text Analysis Demo gets an update

June 7th, 2011 by Joakim Stenberg

Finally it’s time for an update of our text analysis demo site, not a day to soon! Our old demo site was made in a rush, I think it was right before a conference of some kind. Back from the conference we figured that since the demo seemed to be working well enough, we could …

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