JANYS ANALYTICS

  • Wall Street Journal and IHS-Markit launches JANYS-created United States Social Sentiment Tracker
  • Students and Academics: Use our data!
  • JANYS researchers forecast post-theatrical sales of Hollywood films based on opening weekend buzz
  • Social Media and the Energy Sector
  • The Real-time mood of Trump and Clinton communities during and after the 2016 Presidential Campaigns

Welcome to Janys

Welcome!

Hi! It’s nice to meet you virtually. My name is Niels (Rosenquist), and I am the CEO of Janys Analytics. My team of co-founders, advisors, and employees is excited that you have taken an interest in us, and hope we can help you with your business.

Here is what we do: We are experts in large-scale (social and other) media analysis, providing real-time information across the globe through event detection, sentiment analysis, community detection, forecasting, and other techniques that can provide valuable information to businesses, governments, and organizations in real time. Through our distributor, IHS-Markit, we sell data streams and/or user interfaces to clients who wish to be able to observe, visualize, and interpret vast amounts of global data. Our first major release, the Wall Street Journal-IHS United States Social Sentiment Index (USSI) capitalizes on years of development to bring cutting-edge deep learning technology to measure the realtime mood of the United States. You can read more about it here

What sets us apart from other firms? First, we have great technology developed by some of the best researchers in fields as diverse as computer science, network science, and economics. We are first and foremost researchers that believe in rigorous testing of all our products, and consider our results to reflect that commitment. Note that we are offering our historical USSI sentiment data to researchers free of charge. Second, we believe in client engagement as a way of improving our products and delivering clear results. As far as we are concerned, one-size fits all “black box” solutions all too often lead to decreased value for clients. The success of big data products to us is dependent on engineers and data scientists truly understanding a client’s needs and the client having a clear understanding of our products and methods.

In the coming weeks, we will be introducing our technology and team in future blog posts and website additions. If you want to know more in the meantime, please contact my team.

Best wishes,
Niels

Latest Blog Posts

Introducing the United States Social Sentiment Index

Here in Boston one of the first things we do in the morning is take a look at the weather map. Things like temperature, precipitation, and the like can vary a lot from day to day, if not hour to hour! It helps us get a sense of what things are going to be like when we walk outside, as well as how things are looking for our friends and family ... continue reading

The USSI and it's relation to financial markets

Large scale sentiment trackers are often touted as an orthogonal data source (i.e. unrelated to typical economic data) that can be of use for asset managers, banks, and other professionals ... continue reading

Students and Academics: Use our data!

Research is part of our core DNA at JANYS. We are active academics and believe that strong empirics are crucial to continuously improving our technology ...continue reading

The Real-time mood of Trump and Clinton communities during and after the 2016 Presidential Campaigns

During the presidential debates many networks show the results of what are known as "dial focus groups", voters of various political persuasions who in real time turn a dial based upon how much they agree or disagree with statements being made by the candidates. What if it were possible to have these for large groups of partisans in the community? continue reading

Big Data as a Verb

One important mission of ours at Janys is to demystify (for non-technical audiences) the process of gleaning valuable insights from the deluge of electronic data that is available in real time. One of the most commonly used ... continue reading

Sentiment Data for Hollywood

Every Monday you find it in the news, how the culmintion of thousands of hours of work and millions of dollars in production and marketing costs by film studios result in the most anticipated numbers of all, the opening weekend box office. These numbers can make or break careers, as they help to forecast whether the risks taken by the producers, production team, and others will result in ... continue reading

Social Media and the Energy Sector

IHS is a global leader as a provider of insight to the energy sector and hosts one of the most important conferences related to the global energy market, IHS CERAWeek. When IHS asked us to take a look at how social media can be analyzed to look at issues of interest to attendees at CERA week, we came up with some materials ... continue reading

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