October 18th, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Corporate

Chinese language sentiment detection now available

JamiQ is proud to announce a monumental milestone today. Automated sentiment detection is now available for the Chinese language. This new feature allow our customers to monitor online content written in the simplified Chinese script which opens a wealth of opportunities including the world’s largest Internet market: China.

Through the incredible work of our R&D team, JamiQ has taken a huge step forward delivering one of the most requested feature. This feature is currently live and available to all JamiQ customers.

The example screenshots below showcase the monitoring of the brand NetEase. NetEase operates a leading interactive online and wireless community in China and is a major provider of Chinese language content and services through our online games, wireless value-added services and Internet portal businesses.

chinese sentiment chart

Above: Charting sentiment on NetEase Topic. Red areas indicate negative sentiment, where green indicates positive.

chinese sentiment data

Above: Live data stream with filters set to show only content with negative sentiment.

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One Response to “Chinese language sentiment detection now available”

  1. I have to say that all the five posts on your screenshot are not exactly NetEase Topics (not buzz about its products or services), but just indicate the resource of each post are quoted from NetEase News (www.163.com).

    The analysis around these posts don’t make sense and benefit to NetEase PR or Marketing team.

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