DUBLIN, September 15, 2014- AYLIEN, Inc., a Dublin-based firm backed by SOS Ventures, has announced the availability of a Google Sheets add-on which extracts meaningful data from documents.
The add-on was built using AYLIEN’S own Text Analysis API, released in February of this year, and features the full capabilities of the original product. The Text Analysis API, as the original press release states, “enables developers and news organizations to extract meaningful insights” from a given text. The Google Sheets add-on extends that capability beyond developers and news organizations.
AYLIEN founder Parsa Ghaffari spoke about the motivation behind building the add-on: “The Text Analysis API is a huge step in making web documents more meaningful from a data perspective, but it was built for developers. We wanted to bring that same capability to everyone. Building an add-on for the most popular web-based office editing software in the world was a logical step. It’s baked into a product that everyone already uses and requires no technical expertise. Anyone can use this to gain insights into a given text without installing anything locally. Just open your web browser.”
Like the original Text Analysis API, the Google Sheets add-on can perform sentiment analysis, extract mentions of entities and concepts, summarize lengthy texts, detect language, create hashtags for optimum sharability, classify documents into categories, and extract full text and embedded media. It’s the first such tool available for Google’s web-based productivity suite.
To use the add-on, users simply install the add-on from Google’s Chrome Web Store. Once installed, the add-on integrates with Google’s built-in Sheets Function, adding new capabilities which correspond with the Text Analysis API functions. To see how the addon works, visit the official tutorial page.
Pricing is structured to provide maximum value for single users and large organizations alike. A pay-as-you-go model allows users to buy the credits they need when they need them, eliminating the possibility of overpaying.
The Text Analysis Google Sheets add-on is available now. For more information, or to install the add-on and get started, simply visit this page.
Full Release: Aylien.com
Image: Courtesy Aylien