calais

Semantically analyze text using the Calais web service. Original project http://github.com/mcantelon/node-calais

node-calais

node-calais allows semantic analysis of text using the Calais web service.

Install using npm: $ npm install calais

var calais = new Calais('<YOUR API KEY>')
calais.set('content', 'The Federal Reserve is the enemy of Ron Paul.')
calais.fetch(function(result) {
  // do something with result
})

Run quick example: $ node example.js

In addition to using the "set" method, a hash of option settings can be passed as the second argument during intialization. For example:

var calais = new Calais('<YOUR API KEY>', {'cleanResult': false})

By default, node-calais will return fetched results as a Javascript object. Alternatively, the Calais standard "outputFormat" input parameter can be set to standard output formats (see Calais documentation).

Any standard Calais input parameter can be specified as an option, as well as the 'cleanResult' parameter which will return a simplified Javascript object if "outputFormat" hasn't been set to something other than the default ('object').

The library also comes with a CLI tool for sending text files to Calais for analysis.

Example:

calais some_key_file -k my_api_key

If you use the CLI tool regularly, you can specify a default API key by setting the api_key property in an .ini file at $HOME/.calais.

Run tests: $ expresso test/calais.test.js

Tested with node.js v0.11.13

Mike Cantelon (github: mcantelon)

D. Charbonnier (github: dcharbonnier)

Dirk Gorissen (github: dgorissen)

Harry Guillermo (github: hguillermo)

(c) 2010-2014 Mike Cantelon, MIT license