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DiscoverText and SurveyMonkey: Discover Insights with Text Analysis & Surveys

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DiscoverText and SurveyMonkey: Discover Insights with Text Analysis & Surveys

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You’re reading this blog so we already know you love data. A lot. And we’re betting our bananas that you’ve heard this buzz-worthy term more than a few times—big data. But have you heard of big text data? Well, now you have and we monkeys are also fans of big text data. Our open comment box question type is a dynamite way of collecting text responses from your survey takers. When you’re on a GOLD, PLATINUM or ENTERPRISE plan you get to have even more analysis fun, thanks to our nifty word cloud feature.

With this in mind, we’re thrilled to welcome DiscoverText into our Monkey family. DiscoverText is a cloud-based, collaborative text analysis platform. Originally developed for US federal agencies sorting tens or hundreds of thousands of public comments, they now support a wide variety of corporate and academic text analysis efforts.

Our partnership makes it possible for you to login to your SurveyMonkey account without having to leave DiscoverText’s platform. You can easily select open ended answers and associated metadata from any of the surveys currently in your account and import in a snap thanks to DiscoverText’s advanced analytic tools.

What to expect from our integration

  • Fast, web-based human coding and crowd sourcing capability
  • Advanced search and filtering functionality
  • Reliability measurement and coding validation work flows

Ready to see how it works for yourself?

Thanks to the entire team of DiscoverText for an amazing integration! Don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any questions about this partnership, we’re here to help.

Inspired to integrate with us? Head over to our developer portal today!

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