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"Sentiment Analysis for QlikView"

User13User13 Member Posts: 155  Guru
edited May 23 in Help
I watched the video and tried to used the rapidminer modules, but rapidminer doesn't process the data. Using an xml file crashes the program and reading in from an access db has also been unsuccessful.



Is there anoy tutorial videos or documentation on running sentiment on a local file dataset?



Thanks



Eric

Answers

  • User13User13 Member Posts: 155  Guru
    Hi Eric,

    to which video are you referring? There are quite some videos on text analysis on http://vancouverdata.blogspot.de/2010/11/text-analytics-with-rapidminer-loading.html
    Our community forums on http://forum.rapidminer.com are also open to anyone.

    Best regards,
    Marius
  • madisonquinn19madisonquinn19 Member Posts: 2 Contributor I

    Hi @User13

     

    In the Open Local Files dialog box it is possible to specify the table files that are to be loaded. For multiple file selections, use Ctrl-click or Shift-click. When the OK button is pressed, the selected file is interpreted in the File Wizard.

     

    Putting the qlikview document somewhere where the Qlikview Server can acccess it is the way to solve this. That can be on the Server where Qlikview Server is installed or a share on a network drive that is configured as a mounted folder in your Qlikview Server installation. Creating such a share on your local machine is not recommended.

     

    Thanks.

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