dataTXT has been migrated under the Dandelion API umbrella, and it is now called Entity Extraction API. Please note the Dandelion API now also offers services for text similarity (Text Similarity API) and for language identification (Language Detection API).
In your dandelion dashboard you will find the access token that you can use to access Entity Extraction API as well as all the other Dandelion API services. At the moment you can use the system for free with some limitation on the number of API calls you can make per day. If you want to know more check out our pricing page.
The endpoint for the requests is now:
Some parameters both in the request and in the response were added, renamed, deprecated or removed. If a parameter is deprecated it can still be used but it might be removed without any notice.
|app_id & app_key
|were removed. Use the token parameter to identify your calls
|is now optional. if it is not provided dataTXT will infer the language (using dataTXT-LI)
|was removed. The "include"="types" parameter should now be used in order to get dbpedia types from entities. The use of "include" will no longer cause performance penalty. You can also get categories and images from dbpedia, setting the "include" parameter to "categories,image"
|was renamed to social.hashtag
|was renamed to min_confidence. It is now a value from 0 to 1 representing how good a match is (0 is not to be trusted and 1 is perfect). As a rule of thumb, entities with a confidence of 0.6 or above are good
|was removed. You can get the same result setting the include parameter to "type"
|was removed. You can get the same result setting the include parameter to "categories"
|was removed. You can get the same result setting the include parameter to "abstract"
|was removed. You can get the same result setting the include parameter to "image"
|were removed. They are now handled consistently with the rest of dandelion’s api. Documentation about it can be found here
|was added. It is only included in the output if the language was inferred. It has a value from 0 to 1, describing how precise the inference was (0 is not to be trusted and 1 is perfect)
|was renamed to confidence (semantic was altered as in the input parameter)
|parameter was renamed to types, and is only present if the parameter "include" is set to "types"
|parameter was renamed to lod, and is only present if the parameter "include" is set to "lod"
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