We have simplified access to local rss news through our Social Pulse Parser (SPP). An example is given here.
We have tweaked MUST (Minerazzi URL Scoring Tool) to run a bit faster.
Try it with modern socials like
or with all those Old Glory Days URLs from the Search Engines Golden Age (the 90s). Check if they are defunct, redirecting, or still active.
AAAHHH: All those old days with their dumb business models.🙂
The Social Pulse Parser (SPP) has been expanded to include the following categories.
World News (19 rss)
Technology (25 rss)
Data Mining (14 rss)
Search Engine Marketing (9 rss)
Social Media Marketing (12 rss)
Government (6 rss)
Organizations (6 rss)
We expect to track additional categories and rss resources across more social networks
Try the SPP now at
An updated version of the BM25IR paper is available at
Essentially we corrected few typos and added one line to explain even more the transformation of (a) into (b) in Figure 1 of the paper.
Other than that, its content and thesis remains the same.
For the sake of transparency, we keep the older version accessible through the following services:
IBM researchers have created artificial neurons and synapses.
Very relevant to mind retrieval, in many ways.
We have upgraded the Social Pulse Parser (SPP) from a mere tool to a full section of Minerazzi. Organized by categories, SPP reports the sentiment generated by news across social networks.
So far SPP reports on the following categories:
Additional categories will soon be added.
The following socials are covered so far: Facebook, Linkedin, Stumbleupon, Pinterest, and Google+. Apparently Twitter counts no longer can be parsed as easy as before so we remove them from the list.
We welcome any suggestion or feedback.
The City College Chemistry Web Resources Page, CUNY.edu. is a great chemistry resource and one that we highly recommend to students, teachers, and researchers alike.
We are happy to learn that they have added to the Computational category our Hydrocarbons Parser
Not trying to compete with such a large chemistry resource site, but we want to let you know that we will soon be added several new chemistry tools to the http://www.minerazzi.com/tools section, some inspired in the CUNY resource page, and others oriented to data retrieval.
The following is a list chemistry tools that we have so far developed.
And here is a list of chemistry miners:
Have a nice chemistry day.🙂
Energy Converter is a new data conversion tool, available at
Easily convert energy units or compute energy oil, coal, & natural gas equivalents and more with this one-to-many (O2M) mapping tool. Just input a value and press the Enter key.
To browse a comprehensive list of data conversion and extraction tools, visit
Retail Banking is a new Minerazzi miner, available at
Find products, services, and companies relevant to card or cardless ATM software, digital wallets, mobile payments, payment service providers, and more with this new miner. Search by technologies or keywords.
Recrawl a search result to find additional resources or build your own curated collection.
For additional topic-specific miners, visit http://www.minerazzi.com
This is a new O2M data conversion tool available at
It is a practical example of using one-to-many (O2M) mapping for the handling of resources from an external server.
In this case we summon a remote server at the European Central Bank (ECB) which handles currency exchange rates. Reference rates are updated at around 16:00 CET by ECB so you get the most recent exchange rate results.
Just input a value and press the Enter key. No need to mess over and over with annoying pull-down menus or remember currency acronyms.