HP Vertica 7.1.0 introduces the general availability of HP Vertica Pulse, our add-on sentiment analysis package for HP Vertica. Pulse provides a suite of functions that allow you to analyze and extract the sentiment from text, directly from your HP Vertica database. For example, you can use HP Vertica Pulse to analyze sentiment from Tweets or online product reviews to get a feel for how satisfied your customers are about your products or services.
HP Vertica Pulse automatically discovers attributes included in text and scores them using a built-in system dictionary. You can tune user-dictionaries to detect certain words or phrases, to determine how words are scored, and to filter out attributes that are of no interest to you. Because of this flexibility, you can tune HP Vertica Pulse to work for your specific business needs.
Currently, HP Vertica Pulse allows you to analyze English language text only. You can download HP Vertica Pulse as an add-on package for your Enterprise Edition or as a trial for your Community Edition, from my.vertica.com. Additionally, the Innovations section of the HP Vertica Marketplace offers a beta version of Pulse for Spanish only. Take a look at this video to learn how to install Pulse and stay tuned for our next video, ‘Using Pulse’.
This post is condensed from a full article in the latest issue of Discover Performance, HP Software’s hub for IT thought leadership.
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