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Output formatl, xml or json
Verbose mode. Shows additional information about the classification.
Descriptive title of the content. It is an optional field, and it can be plain text, HTML or XML, always using UTF-8 encoding. The terms relevant for the classification process found in the title will have more influence in the classification than if they were in the text.
Input text. It can be plain text, HTML or XML, always using UTF-8 encoding. (Required if 'doc' and 'url' are empty)
Example: The 85th Academy Awards ceremony took place February 24, 2013.
URL with the content to classify. Currently only non-authenticated HTTP and FTP are supported. The content types supported for URL contents can be found at https://textalytics.com/core/supported-formats. (Required if 'txt' and 'doc' are empty)
Input file with the content to analyze. The supported formats for file contents can be found at https://textalytics.com/core/supported-formats. (Required if 'txt' and 'url' are empty)
Classification model to use. It will define into which categories the text may be classified. Possilbe values are: IPTC_es, IPTC_en, IPTC_ca, IPTC_pt, IPTC_it, IPTC_fr, EUROVOC_es_ca, BusinessRep_es, BusinessRepShort_es
List of prefixes of the code of the categories to which the classification is limited. Each value will be separated by '|'. All the categories that do not start with any of the prefixes specified in the list will not be taken account in the classification. For example, if only a clasification within the human interest category, the prefix used would be 0800.