MONTREAL, September 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lexyr Inc. announces SocialGrep’s Reddit Export, an online tool for exporting Reddit data filtered by subreddit or topic. Users can try the service for free by signing up at socialgrep.com/exports.
SocialGrep Exports works as a seamless extension of Lexyr’s advanced Reddit search engine, available at socialgrep.com/search.of Advanced Reddit Search gives you the ability to filter by date, keyword, subreddit, domain, and many other filtersSearch query results can be downloaded as CSV or JSON files for later use in analytics, marketing, or research purposes.
“We are excited to offer SocialGrep Exports,” said Paul Lebrunner, Head of Machine Learning R&D at Lexyr Inc. Research, Marketing, Economics, Fraud Prevention, Brand Protection, Market Research, NLP, Machine Learning, Social Science Research”
Users can create custom corpora based on keywords, communities, or domain names of their choice, or use tools to download entire subreddits for data analysis, natural language research, and model training.
Various users were using the SocialGrep Reddit export during the private beta period of the product. Use cases include NLP chatbot training, psychology research, and financial alternative data analysis of /r/wallstreetbets and /r/bitcoin. Other uses include machine learning, cybersecurity, social sciences, politics, trend analysis, and niche cryptocurrency and commodity markets.
SocialGrep Exports is released as part of Lexyr’s SocialGrep project. It is a set of media intelligence software that allows users to easily parse and analyze the content of the social media website Reddit. For more information on current and upcoming tools, including Reddit Keyword Alerts, visit socialgrep.com.
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