Example News Categorizer

Description

This news categorizer is only a simple example used in a tutorial. It has been trained on 20 texts per category (sports, entertainment and science) so don't expect too much (even though it seems to do incredibly well). http://blog.uclassify.com/tutorial-creating-your-own-classifier/ External Link

Classify

Classify method:
Enter text to classify (html tags not allowed):
[clear]

API

The API allows you to access classifiers from your own site. You can find the full API documentation here. To use this classifier on your site you need a read API key, you can obtain one for free by signing up. In the examples below just exchange 'YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE' with your personal read key.

Credits

Please remember to give appropiate credits if you use it on your website, here is an example:

The Example News Categorizer classifier is hosted by uclassify.com.

URL API (supports XML and JSON responses)

Here is an URL example of how to classify a text from an external site:

http://uclassify.com/browse/uClassify/Example News Categorizer/ClassifyText?readkey=YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE&text=This+is+the+text+to+classify&version=1.01

You must exchange 'YOUR_READ_API_KEY_HERE' with your personal read API key to make this work.

XML API

Post the XML to http://api.uclassify.com using a post request. Note that since this is a published classifier the 'username' attribute is set to 'uClassify' in the <classify> element. This enables the API to recoginize published classifiers in foreign accounts.

All you need to know is in the API documentation , however if you struggle please don't hesitate to contact us!