Big Unstructured Text Data Multipart/Form-Data Interaction with REST API
Publication Date: 2015-Sep-02
The IP.com Prior Art Database
Disclosed is a program developed in R to improve user interaction with a web interface form user interface with a large amount of data. After the user compiles the text, the unstructured text is used with this solution to save cycles and increase productivity by analyzing hundreds or thousands of records through the web interface Application Programming Interface (API).
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Data Interaction with REST API
When interacting with a web interface form in a user interface (UI) with a large amount of data, a user must manually copy-and-paste information, as needed. This is a tedious and time-consuming process.
The novel solution is a program developed in the R programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics , to improve user interaction
Big Unstructured Text Data Multipart /
with a web interface form UI with a large amount of data . When a user mines unstructured text, the program enables the user to interact with the web interface
Application Programming Interface (API) and obtain the results back into the R console . The core components of the program are to :
• Clean up JSON input from web interface UI • Reshape JSON input from web interface UI into *.CSV
• Reformat fields naming convention to make it readable and export to file for
Figure 1: High-Level Overview
To prepare for the process, the user has to compile the unstructured text for processing by the web interface API. Once compiled, the unstructured text is used with this solution to save cycles and increase productivity by analyzing hundreds or thousands of records through the web interface API. Using this solution is simple, because functions have been created by simplifying most of the steps that would need to be taken by the user.
To implement the solution in a preferred embodiment :
1. R package install (>= 2.15.0)
2. Automatically load and install necessary packages...