Exciting news – we have finished integrating Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Arabic native support within MonkeyLearn. Now you can train and consume machine learning models for text analysis in these new languages.
You can select any of these new languages within the creation wizard of a MonkeyLearn module:
For existing modules, you can change the language settings on the ‘Parameters’ tab within your ‘Sandbox’:
Many users have requested the possibility to train text classifiers in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Arabic, so we hope these additions enables the creation of new and exciting text analysis models.
We plan to add more languages in the short term, so if you have any suggestions or want a specific language to be supported by MonkeyLearn, please let us know in the comments of this post.
Analyze data with Excel & CSV files using Machine Learning
We’ve released a new feature to bring more power to your MonkeyLearn account. Besides using our Graphical User Interface to train your machine learning models, now you can also use our GUI to actually use these models and analyze data. Just upload a CSV or Excel file to analyze new texts and make predictions with a classifier or extractor.
For example, let’s say that you want to use the Retail Classifier to classify a bunch of products descriptions you have on a CSV file. For doing this, you can go to the “Classify” tab (within the Sandbox or Live versions of the classifier) and then click on “Classify File“:
This section will guide you through a wizard where you upload data using a CSV or Excel file, and in exchange, it will return a new CSV file with your data plus the MonkeyLearn analysis and predictions using that particular module (like those you will get using our API).
We are really excited about this new feature as it will enable non-technical users to analyze data using machine learning without a single line of code!
We have a new feature that you will love! Now you can invite team members to collaborate with your MonkeyLearn modules.
Whether it’s allowing a teammate to add new training samples, curate the data, fix confusions, make changes to the category tree, try out the model or use a team token to consume queries, it’s all now very easy to do, just invite them to join your MonkeyLearn team.
For creating a MonkeyLearn team, simply go to My Account >> Teams:
On each team, you can add as many teammates and modules as you want. You will also have a Team Token for the team to use so the query consumption of the modules within the team is attributed to the team owner:
Hope you like these new features! Let us know any questions, we are here to help 🙂