pixiedust-facebook-analysis - A Jupyter notebook that uses the Watson Visual Recognition, Natural Language Understanding and Tone Analyzer services to enrich Facebook Analytics and uses PixieDust to explore and visualize the results

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In this Code Pattern, we will use a Jupyter notebook to glean insights from a vast body of unstructured data. Credit goes to Anna Quincy and Tyler Andersen for providing the initial notebook design. We'll start with data exported from Facebook Analytics. We'll enrich the data with Watson’s Natural Language Understanding (NLU), Tone Analyzer and Visual Recognition.

https://developer.ibm.com/code/patterns/discover-hidden-facebook-usage-insights/
https://github.com/IBM/pixiedust-facebook-analysis

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