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August 17, 2015

Posted by
Aidan McLaughlin

All the models. Such predictions. Wow.

indico has been pretty busy lately. Namely, we've doubled the number of tools we're providing and we've trained nearly a model a week for the past month and a bit. So, what's in the box?

July 13, 2015

Posted by
Kyle Keane

Announcing the indico App Gallery!

We’re excited to announce the release of the indico App Gallery, a new page on our site featuring some of the wonderful apps built by our fantastic developer community!

July 12, 2015

Posted by
Kyle Keane

New App: What’s Your Twitter Thumbprint?

Considering the masses of people and personalities on Twitter, the indico team thought it would be pretty cool to build an app that allowed you to analyze the topics you tweet about the most, and how you generally feel about the things you talk about. Check it out!

July 10, 2015

Posted by
Dan Kuster

Exploring the shapes of stories using Python and sentiment APIs

Using two hacks and a multinomial logistic regression model of n-grams with TF-IDF features, a pre-trained sentiment model can score the long-range sentiment of text of stories, books, and movies. The models do a reasonable job of summarizing the “shapes of stories” directly from text. This method can be easily extended to search across databases to find stories with similar plot shape as the query story.

July 6, 2015

Posted by
Amanda Sivaraj

Data Science Buzzwords Demystified

How many of us actually understand these words and how they relate to one another? Let’s find out what these buzzwords actually mean and how they can help your business.

June 18, 2015

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indico Wins Boston TechJam 2015

"You've all heard the buzzwords...and they're real. Machine learning is a technology that can power the next industrial revolution. What the steam engine did for mechanical labor, machine learning is capable of doing for intellectual labor -- and indico is making it easier."

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