Types of support

Stratifyd supports various languages in a number of ways. 

  • Stratifyd supports all basic text analytics functions natively in 27 languages including English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, German, and French. 
  • We provide a sentiment dictionary for each of the 27 supported languages so that you can perform sentiment analysis in addition to all other NLU analyses.
  • For other languages, so long as we can tokenize the data (i.e. there are spaces between words), you can perform all other NLU analyses.For languages with no spaces between words such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, Stratifyd must create a special tokenizer. 
  • The pre-trained Neural Sentiment Model supports only English, and we provide a separate Chinese version. 

Sentiment dictionaries

Stratifyd includes a sentiment dictionary for each of the 27 supported languages, but you can also use customize sentiment dictionaries to account for terms that are specific to your organization. Stratifyd supports all NLU, text analytics, and sentiment analysis functions natively in the following languages:

For non-supported languages, you can use the Translate Text feature to translate from over 100 languages into a supported language, and then run sentiment on that. 

  1. Arabic
  2. Chinese
  3. Dutch
  4. English
  5. Filipino
  6. French
  7. German
  8. Greek
  9. Hausa
  10. Hebrew
  11. Hindi
  12. Indonesian
  13. Irish
  14. Italian
  15. Japanese
  16. Korean
  17. Persian
  18. Polish
  19. Portuguese
  20. Romanian
  21. Russian
  22. Shona
  23. Spanish
  24. Swahili
  25. Swedish
  26. Turkish
  27. Welsh

Key

This is the key for the language table below.

  • Fully supported means that we support the language and have worked extensively to provide robust sentiment dictionaries.
  • Supported means that we support the language and provide at least a rudimentary sentiment dictionary, but we are working on improvements. Please let us know of specific issues that we can improve and word lists to add to the sentiment dictionary.
  • Blank means that, provided the language is tokenized (that is, there are spaces between the words), we assume that it would work for basic analyses, but there is no sentiment dictionary and it has not been tested.
  • Microsoft NMT, one of two supported translation services, means that we support translation to and from the language if you select that translation service.
  • Google Translate, one of two supported translation services, means that we support translation to and from the language if you select that translation service.
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