RBlogs is a new miner built with Minerazzi and accessible at http://www.minerazzi.com/rblogs.
This is a huge collection of blogs from and for the R community. It comes with R-specific rss news gathered with our SPP service.
Back in 2010 I mentioned in a spanish interview the notion of Mind Retrieval and search engines powered by bio-components as something soon to be a reality.
(Access the link through Google and translate it to read the interview.)
Well, it was a matter of time. The following news, gathered from Geek.com with our rss SPP service, shows that things are moving really fast in the HCI field: Mind-to-text/audio retrieval.
The next search marketing frontier!
Say “Hello” to Mind Retrieval.
More R resources are now available through the CRAN Miner (http://www.minerazzi.com/cranminer).
We have expanded its index of R packages. In addition and thanks to the SPP service, its main page now features rss news from R bloggers.
As there are so many R blogs out there, we are building a separate miner for them so users can have a large chunk of the vast community of R bloggers accessible from one place.
We are turning the Social Pulse Parser (SPP) into a sitewide service.
This means that in addition to mining social signals generated by rss news and user-defined urls, users can now quickly check the signals of every single search result across all miners built with Minerazzi.
Essentially when a user clicks the SPP icon displayed in a search result, the corresponding url is passed to the SPPV2 tool.
To complete the process, we are testing a feature that allows users to switch between topic-specific news (i.e., news specific to a miner) and general news when they visit a miner. So far, this feature is available only with the miner at http://www.minerazzi.com/prbusca
The goal of all these changes is the same: to turn searchers into data miners.
We originally developed the Social Pulse Parser (SPP) as a tool for reporting the reach of rss news across several social networks.
“Reach” is used in this case to mean how many opinion signals syndicated news urls provoke across the most popular networks of the social landscape.
While a good idea, something was missing: How about the reach of urls pointing to products and services?
To fulfill said need, we have developed a second version of SPP that accepts user-defined urls. With this new tool, SPPv2, users can input a set of web addresses (urls) and follow the reach of specific products and services (e.g., branded domains, ads, blog posts, business sites,…) across the social networks.
SPPv2 is available at http://www.minerazzi.com/tools/spp/sppv2.php
Below are some suggested exercises for you to try with the tool.
For instance, try the following set of search marketing urls:
If you are from Puerto Rico, try the following local newspaper urls:
If you want to share additional practical applications for the tool, let us know.
Broadcasting power over Wi-Fi for Internet of Things; http://www.technologyreview.com/view/538031/first-demonstration-of-a-surveillance-camera-powered-by-ordinary-wi-fi-broadcasts/
That news was gathered with our universal RSS News parser. Check many more at http://www.minerazzi.com
We are testing a random rss parser that works as an unfocused news aggregator. We are already working on a second version to make it focused, but it will take quite a bit.
The goal is to develop a tool that not just will deliver topic-specific RSS feeds to end users, but one capable of data mining said RSS news readers.
In the meantime, you can try the unfocused version by visiting any of our current miners, available at http://www.minerazzi.com.
Chemistry Journals is a new Minerazzi miner, available now at http://www.minerazzi.com/chemjs
This one allows users to search chemistry journals for science, technology, and interdisciplinary research. They can search by topic, title, or site.
A great tool for researchers, teachers, students, and professional chemists/chemical engineers.