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Webinar Tues 1/18/11 @ 9am PST: Unlock the Power of Text Analysis with DiscoverText

Tuesday Jan 18th, 2010

9:00 AM PST

Click here to register: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/967147715

Have you ever wanted to learn how to better understand your open-ended text comments?

SurveyAnalytics has partnered up with DiscoverText.com to offer a comprehensive and robust tool that will allow you to self-code, evaluate, and present your open-ended findings that will result in actionable results.

Dr. Stu Shulman, President and CEO of Texifter, LLC, will present the following:

* How to augment your research with powerful, time-saving text tools
* Import thousands of documents from various sources and formats
* Discover information using powerful software and human techniques
* How easy it is to get started! No software to install as our cloud-based application is securely hosted for you.

We will then show you an example using existing data from SurveyAnalytics and how easy it is to send your text files to DiscoverText, set-up codes, and reporting capabilities.

The session with conclude with a Question and Answer Session.
All slides and recording of webinar will be available on blog.surveyanalytics.com within 24 hrs of the presentation.

Space is limited so register today: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/967147715

About



Texifter, LLC is a spin-out company based on text analysis research by Dr. Stuart Shulman, the founder of QDAP-Pitt and current Director of QDAP-UMass. Over the last 10 years, Dr. Shulman has conducted research primarily in the domain of electronic rulemaking, with a specific focus on the development of human language tools for reviewing large numbers of public comments. Over the past three years, he has been sole inventor on five distinct software applications that support tasks ranging from text classification, blog capture, and manuscript review management, to the development of better annotation for improving optical character recognition. New research focuses on the detection of threats and novel ideas communicated in public comments, blogs and other media. Texifter is a vehicle for the commercialization of new tools developed in the QDAP labs.


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