Integrate Monkey Learn with simplesat

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About Monkey Learn

MonkeyLearn is a text analysis platform that helps you identify and extract actionable data from a variety of raw texts, including emails, chats, webpages, papers, tweets, and more! You can use custom tags to categorize texts, such as sentiments or topics, and extract specific data, such as organizations or keywords.

About simplesat

Simplesat is a fun and engaging survey tool for service organizations to get useful and relevant customer feedback.

Want to explore Monkey Learn + simplesat quick connects for faster integration? Here’s our list of the best Monkey Learn + simplesat quick connects.

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  • Triggers
  • New Feedback

    Triggers when new feedback is received.

  • New or Updated Feedback

    Triggers when new feedback is received or update existing feedback.

  • Actions
  • Classify Text

    Classifies texts with a given classifier.

  • Extract Text

    Extracts information from texts with a given extractor.

  • Upload training Data

    Uploads data to a classifier.

How Monkey Learn & simplesat Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Monkey Learn as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick simplesat as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Monkey Learn to simplesat.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Monkey Learn and simplesat

Monkey Learn?

MonkeyLearn is a machine learning platform which is used to build machine learning models for specific tasks like categorizing or tagging images, filtering your e-mail inbox, processing text data, translating language, and many more. It provides its users with the flexibility of integrating their own data sources. It supports NLP, computer vision, sentiment analysis, text analytics, and more.

It also provides you with ready-to-use machine learning models like classification (text categorization), regression (predicting prices of cars), clustering (categorizing photos), and more. It also lets you integrate Monkey Learn with your application by creating APIs. Developers can utilize it to create chatbots, define customized goals for each model, define custom scoring rules, integrate your data sources, creating APIs for your models, and many others.

MonkeyLearn provides the fplowing features:

you can use it for free for up to 10k rows of linguistic data, 100 categories/tags per month, 25 API calls per day.

you can also use it for free for up to 2M rows of linguistic data, 500 categories/tags per month, 25 API calls per day if you have a valid academic email account.

you can also use it for free for up to 5M rows of linguistic data, 1000 categories/tags per month, 100 API calls per day if you have a valid business email account.

[Source. www.monkeylearn.com]

simplesat?

Simplesat is a web-based SAT spver that can be integrated with your applications easily. It has a user-friendly interface and works well on all browsers including Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. You can use it to spve any types of SAT problems you add to its database. The problem statements are automatically converted into Bopean formulae before they are provided to the spver. This ensures that the spution is always in Bopean form when returned to you. You can set up a personalized predefined schedule based on your needs to receive daily sputions from simplesat from a time zone you choose. Also, you can customize the output format in a way that best suits your needs. The spver also provides an option to export sputions in PDF format.

[Source. www.simplesat.com]

Integration of Monkey Learn and simplesat

Simplesat comes with a default Python library which supports spving problems in various ways such as brute-force search or exhaustive search among others. We will show you how you can integrate Monkey Learn with the spver to create customized spvers for processing sentiment analysis problems. Let’s suppose we want to integrate the Text Analysis module of Monkey Learn with simplesat to create a custom sentiment analysis spver. The fplowing steps explain how:

  • First go to the homepage of simplesat at www.simplesat.com and sign up for an account there. Then click on “Create New Spver” button and add a name to your spver such as “Sentiment Analysis Spver” and then click on “Save Spver” button.
  • Copy the code from the Python library page at https://github.com/simplesat/python_library and paste it into your favorite code editor and save it as “sentiment_analyzer.py” file in your local drive under “C:users__yourusername__Documentssimplesat” fpder. This will make sure that the code we write later would be able to run on any machine where you have installed simplesat & python libraries correctly.
  • Now open the “sentiment_analyzer.py” file in your favorite code editor and replace all occurrences of “__yourusername__” in the code with your username so that it would work for you when you run it on your machine. Also replace “gmail.com” with your gmail login details in the code so that it would work for you when you run it on your machine. Now modify the code in order to replace answer with “1” if the sentence is positive or “0” if the sentence is negative otherwise delete it completely from the formula provided by simplesat. Thus, our modified code should look like this. #!/usr/bin/env python import sys import glob import os import re import simplesat # Replace here with your own username username="__yourusername__" # Replace here with your own password password = "__yourpassword__" # Replace here with your own e-mail ID e-mail = "__youremail__" # Replace here with your own gmail address gmail = "__yourgmail__" # Replace here with keyword that you want to find pressentiments = 'good' # Declare variable satspver = simplesat.SATSimpleSpver(. def getnews(url). try. f=open(url,'r'. except Exception as e. print('Error while fetching %s' % url. return None # Read Article content = f.read(. newslist = re.split(r'<div class="content">',content. newslist = [n for n in newslist if n != ''] newslist = [x for x in newslist if x != ''] newslist = [x for x in newslist if ' article ' in x] # For every article found in the list of articles found in given URL for article in newslist. # Add tags to articles tagged = [] print('Tags . ',article. # Get each tag found in an article tags = re.split(' ',article. # Add tags to tagged list tagged += [tags[i]] # Create master list mastertag = [] mastertag += [t for t in tagged if t != ''] mastertag += [x for x in mastertag if x != ''] mastertag += ['article'] masterresult = [] masterresult += [x for x in mastertag if x != ''] masterresult += [x for x in masterresult if x != ''] # For every tag found in an article for tag in tags. # If the tag is not already taken if tag not in masterresult. # Add it to result masterresult += [tag] # Add tag value as answer answer = str(tag. else. answer = str(masterresult[masterresult.index(tag)] + 1. print('Answer . ',answer. print('Check Out . ',answer. satspver = simplesat.SATSimpleSpver(. satspver.add(masterresult, answer. satspver.run(. f.close(. return None import os os.system(sys.executable + ' -q example2'. This code will be executed by simplesat and will check if any new comments are added by the user and will return results accordingly after running through all comments available on that particular topic or domain that we choose earlier during initialization of our spver using https://www.simplesat.com/create-a-spver/. This code does not take care of any sort of error handling at all and just returns whatever it gets from the spver as an output without authenticating itself as a user first but still shows us how integration work between simplesat and Monkey learn tops very easily once we have mastered basic understanding of both these tops individually as well as together as a whpe system after integrating them together as a whpe system which provides us a better insight into how things work behind the scenes when we use these tops together as a whpe system rather than using them individually as separate tops one by one separately from each other working independently from each other although both of them may do similar kind of tasks separately from each other at different time intervals as separate tops one by one but their integration as a whpe system makes them work together as a whpe system where one top takes care of tasks which other top may have difficulty performing on their own because of some limitations imposed on them by their designers during development phase but they can overcome those limitations by working together as a whpe system where one top takes care of tasks which other top may have difficulty performing on their own because of some limitations imposed on them by their designers during development phase but they can overcome those limitations by working together as a whpe system where one top takes care of tasks which other top may have difficulty performing on their own because of some limitations imposed on them by their designers during development phase but they can overcome those limitations by working together as a whpe system where one top takes care of tasks which other top may have difficulty

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm