Tag: elastic

Add Sentiment Analysis, Translated Names, Entities and More to Elasticsearch

New text analytics plugin painlessly delivers rich, faceted search An API key and a line of code is all it takes to speed your research, enhance voice of the customer systems, automate content recommendations and more. Rosette API for Elasticsearch We launched Rosette API last year to put  text analytics in more hands. Through the […]

From Elastic{ON} 17, with love

After an awesome three days packed with conversations and presentations, Elastic{ON} is over for another year. The doors to Pier 48 are closed and the beautiful view of the bay is once again hidden underneath the well-known San Francisco fog. For our team, this was the biggest Elastic{ON} yet: featuring the launch of three simple […]

Elastic{on} 17, launching three Rosette plugins for Elasticsearch!

With a focus on customers, Rosette and Elasticsearch broaden use case coverage As avid Elasticsearch users and contributors, we were thrilled by the energy at this year’s Elastic{ON}. 2016 was a big year for Rosette and Elasticsearch. We launched a public API and Elastic released Elasticsearch 5.0, advances that enable new and improved solutions for […]

An Elasticsearch Plugin for Simple Fuzzy Name Matching

Normalization is crucial to high quality search results — who wants irrelevant variations between queries and documents leading to missed hits (e.g., “celebrity” v. “celebrities”)? Normalizing dictionary words works, but what if your application focuses on names? Whether you’re tackling log analysis, e-commerce, watch list screening or other applications, names are often the key. Can […]

Elasticsearch Name Matching – Fuzzy Search Names in Elasticsearch – Rosette Text Analytics

Elasticsearch developers who want to fuzzy search names across multiple fields and cover the spectrum of name variations (sometimes two or more in a single name), know how much of a bear it can be. Until now, the solution has not been completely satisfactory, comprehensive, nor clean, but that’s all about to change.