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Resolution Scores in Intelligent Tagging API

When using the Intelligent Tagging API : https://api-eit.refinitiv.com/permid/calais, for both RDF and JSON formats, I can get all instances of a certain entity in the input text, but I can't get the confidence scores for those entities, as I want to filter the edges to only those above certain threshold. Also for the confidencelevel it's in the parent entity which is not specific to each instance and I found that there's a resolution score in the confidence node but is always returned as 0.0.

What is the best way to achieve this?

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Basically, there are three attributes that might be useful for you:

Confidencelevel, forenduserdisplay, and relevance. It depends on your use case which one or combination of which you might use to set the threshold.

Please note: Those attributes are not available for all entities and relations.


More info you will find here:

https://developers.refinitiv.com/open-permid/calais-tagging-restful-api/docs?content=3575&type=documentation_item#WhatistheForEndUserDisplayAttribute

https://developers.refinitiv.com/open-permid/calais-tagging-restful-api/docs#WhatistheRelevanceTag

https://developers.refinitiv.com/open-permid/calais-tagging-restful-api/docs#HowcanIusetheRelevanceandConfidencescorestofilterthetaggingoutput


I would like to encourage you to try our User Guide for more information about different entities and their attributes:

https://developers.refinitiv.com/open-permid/calais-tagging-restful-api/docs?content=10937&type=documentation_item

https://developers.refinitiv.com/open-permid/calais-tagging-restful-api/docs?content=76844&type=documentation_item


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