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Enriching Your Data with Mohiomap Text Analysis

March 5, 2015

Written by

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

Last November, we introduced Wikipedia and Location Auto Tags as a first foray into providing relevant information beside your content in Mohiomap. These Auto Tags have been helpful in surfacing relevant information from within your data and displaying it visually.

Last November, we introduced Wikipedia and Location Auto Tags as a first foray into providing relevant information beside your content in Mohiomap. These Auto Tags have been helpful in surfacing relevant information from within your data and displaying it visually.

Today we’re excited to announce a highly-requested enhancement for this feature. Mohiomap will now display Auto Tags based on the content of your data, thereby improving the relevance of the Auto Tags that are displayed on your Map.

Person Tags

We are starting with people mentioned within your Dropbox and Google Drive documents. When the same names are often mentioned across multiple documents, you can now see the connection and it helps you see the structure and relationships of your data. There may initially be some false positives, but it will be improved over time with clever machine learning, and we will provide you with more types of interactive information that will be useful to you.

This is only the beginning, and we will continue to enhance the feature so that we can start showing other types of important keywords that could be representative of your documents. If your screen is too cluttered, you can always turn these off by clicking on ‘Hide Automatic Tags’ button.

How this looks now with our most recent update in June 2016:

Security and Privacy

For those who have concerns regarding security and privacy, we are pleased to let you know that your information is not accessible even by our development team even if we wanted. Now that we are doing more intensive procedure of keyword extraction, we have started caching these keywords to improve processing efficiency. In order to ensure that we cannot see what sort of keywords are associated with your documents, we use password based encryption algorithm to encrypt these keywords.

If you have any concerns, please read our Privacy Policy or contact us at hello@moh.io.

Availability

Mohiomap Text Analysis is available for Google Drive and Dropbox for our Premium users. We plan to support Evernote in the future as well.

Enjoy using Mohiomap, and please let us know what you think!

About the author

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

While completing his PHD in Computer Science, Christian’s research work on the intersection of data visualization, software engineering, and knowledge management, led to the technological foundations of Mohiomap.

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