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Watson services available on Bluemix - Message Resonance [Dec. 2nd, 2014|09:35 pm]
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The most exciting part of Bluemix for me are the Watson services that you can use - especially because they're in beta right now and you can use them all for free! So let's take a closer look at one of the most promising ones you can use in an app: Message Resonance.

The Message Resonance service lets you analyze the effectiveness of words within certain communities, based on a set of tweets from that community. The service has a builtin set of communities you can use - right now the choices seem to be "Cloud Computing" and "Big Data and Analytics". You can pass in a set of words and you'll get back a measure (from 0-99) of how well the words will be received in the community.

Here's a live demo of the Message Resonance service, and here's where you can get started with a sample app.

This is potentially a very useful service - you could easily integrate this into a Twitter app and score tweets that are about to go out. You could also do a similar thing for emails or presentations aimed at those communities. Right now the service is a little limited because there are only two communities it's available for, but if you're targeting an app at one of them, don't miss out on this service!

See all my Bluemix posts.

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