Monthly Archives: October 2012

How does Wavii measure up?

We are often asked how we evaluate improvements to Wavii’s rapidly evolving natural language processing (NLP) pipeline. We spend a lot of time planning and considering these evaluations, so here are some insights into how Wavii tackles this problem. NLP … Continue reading

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Wavii covers the 2012 elections

At Wavii our goal is to tell stories with data. A few months ago we created a simple way to visualize the Olympics, and get the real-time results NBC wasn’t providing. With election season upon us, we switched gears and created … Continue reading

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Knowing what you want (before you do)

Our last few posts have focused on the nuts and bolts of our backend pipeline: how do we recognize and deduplicate named entities in articles, and how do we figure out and extract what those entities or topics did?  Answers … Continue reading

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