API documentation for
The entity analysis request message.
The entity analysis response message.
The entity-level sentiment analysis request message.
The entity-level sentiment analysis response message.
The sentiment analysis request message.
The sentiment analysis response message.
The syntax analysis request message.
The syntax analysis response message.
The request message for the text annotation API, which can perform multiple analysis types (sentiment, entities, and syntax) in one call.
The text annotations response message.
Represents a category returned from the text classifier.
The document classification request message.
The document classification response message.
Represents dependency parse tree information for a token. (For more information on dependency labels, see http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/P13-2017
Represents the input to API methods.
This message has
oneof_ fields (mutually exclusive fields).
For each oneof, at most one member field can be set at the same time.
Setting any member of the oneof automatically clears all other
Represents the text encoding that the caller uses to process the
output. Providing an
EncodingType is recommended because the API
provides the beginning offsets for various outputs, such as tokens
and mentions, and languages that natively use different text
encodings may access offsets differently.
Represents a phrase in the text that is a known entity, such as a person, an organization, or location. The API associates information, such as salience and mentions, with entities.
Represents a mention for an entity in the text. Currently, proper noun mentions are supported.
Represents part of speech information for a token. Parts of speech are as defined in http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2012/pdf/274_Paper.pdf
Represents a sentence in the input document.
Represents the feeling associated with the entire text or entities in the text.
Represents an output piece of text.
Represents the smallest syntactic building block of the text.