Daylight | Cloud | 2019-09-14

Enhancements

  • Sentiment: Improvements to Korean language

  • Concept Details pane: Filter documents  by exact or conceptual matches

  • Concept Details pane: Filter documents by positive or negative sentiment 

  • Account Management: User names are no longer case sensitive 

  • API: Sentiment endpoint is now available (Learn more in our API documentation)


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Sentiment: Improvements to Korean language

We’ve improved how Daylight processes Korean sentiment. The Sentiment feature now identifies thousands of additional sentiment-related concepts in Korean, giving you more accurate results. 

Concept Details pane: Filter documents by exact or conceptual matches

You can now filter documents that appear in the Concept Details pane by exact or conceptual matches. 

  1. Log in to Daylight and select the Volume, Sentiment, Drivers, or Galaxy feature.

  2. In the feature, select a concept. The concept appears in the Concept Details pane. 

  3. Click Top matches. Exact and conceptual matches are both automatically selected. 

  4. Click Exact or Conceptual to deselect that option. Now, only the currently selected option’s documents remain. To switch back, select both options and deselect the one you don’t want to view.

  5. Scroll to read the documents that match your selection criteria. 

Concept Details pane: Filter concepts by positive or negative sentiment

You can now filter documents that appear in the Concept Details pane by positive or negative sentiment. 

  1. Log in to Daylight and select the Volume, Sentiment, Drivers, or Galaxy feature.

  2. In the feature, select a concept. The concept appears in the Concept Details pane. 

  3. Click Sentiment matches. Negative and positive sentiment are both automatically selected. 

  4. Click Negative or Positive to deselect that option. Now, only the currently selected option’s documents remain. To switch back, select both options and deselect the one you don’t want to view.

  5. Scroll to read the documents that match your selection criteria. 

User names are no longer case sensitive

With this release, all Luminoso usernames are not case-sensitive. Now, when a user logs in, it doesn’t matter what capitalization was used when their username was created. Users can log in to Daylight using all lowercase, all uppercase, or a combination of cases.